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GUEST OPINION: 2021 saw the service provider ecosystem flourish in tough environments. Open RAN has evolved more than ever; the global 5G market has risen dramatically, creating low latency and enhanced security that give enterprises the power to implement breakthrough applications and increased AI/ML capabilities; and demand for infrastructure that powers 5G, IoT and UHD has continued to rise.

Published in Guest Opinion

Digital communications provider Avaya has secured a five-year deal to supply contact centre technology and provide services to the Australian Department of Defence.

Published in Deals

OpenStack has rapidly become the standard for both service providers and enterprises looking to build a cloud environment.

NZ network vendor TeamTalk is transforming into a critically resilient communications service provider, and with Nokia's equipment and help will deliver "solutions and services including emergency services, connected service vehicles, wireless technologies, private LTE and Internet of Things".

Published in Telecoms & NBN

New high performance VIPRION chassis and blade enable customers to effortlessly scale applications and service delivery platforms on demand

Monday, 30 May 2011 21:55

4PSA Celebrates Five Years of VoipNow

4PSA, a leading-edge Cloud Computing software development company is celebrating today the 5th anniversary of its flagship Unified Communications solution, VoipNow.

Cloud services enablement leader, Parallels, today announced the availability of Parallels Plesk Panel 10, the industry leading control panel that enables service providers to easily deliver the most profitable services to their hosting customers. With more than 100 new features Parallels Plesk Panel 10 includes key improvements in user interface, breadth of applications, density for VPS environments, and Site Building capability.

Thursday, 04 March 2010 15:50

PeerApp, McAfee partner for broadband filtering

PeerApp and McAfee have partnered to offer content classification at the speed required by fixed and mobile network operators.
Published in Networking




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