Global Capacity, the leading connectivity as a service company, today announces the expansion of its One Marketplace™ network backbone with high-speed Ethernet utilizing Ciena's® 8700 Packetwave® Platform. The existing metro infrastructures have been interworked with the new higher speed Ethernet architecture delivering the ability to scale bandwidth capacity along these routes to 100 Gigabit Ethernet.
Vertical Systems Group announces the release of the MEF-CECP Effectiveness Benchmark Study, the first independent research effort to quantify the benefits of the MEF's Carrier Ethernet Certified Professional (MEF-CECP) certification program. Survey results show that an overwhelming 87 percent of MEF-CECP respondents believe that their investment in certification has been extremely or significantly worthwhile overall, including both personally and for their companies.
Transition Networks, Inc., the data network integration technology expert, today announced it will display its prototype Power Fiber Extender solution at the OFC Conference on March 20 - 24 in Anaheim, California.
During the last week, California-based Dell’Oro Group released several reports indicating growth in key WAN equipment sectors.
The biggest winner, if forecasts hold true, would be vendors in the Layer 2-3 Ethernet Switch market, which Dell’Oro analysts estimate will exceed $25 billion in 2019. Continued adoption of Software Defined Netowrking (SDN) architectures and Cloud deployments will drive sales of white box switching, software, and 100 Gigabit Ethernet equipment, according to the report.
Software Defined Networking (SDN) technology has offered a little bit of everything for everyone: Hype, promise, and challenges. After many years of the hype, the promise has so far exceeded the productivity for service providers. But that may be about to change.
At the recent Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) event held in Washington D.C. in late November, GEN14, network operators were given the chance to share their respective outlooks, and discuss the challenges in a public forum.
A global tier 1 Service Provider (SP) was experiencing a common issue: its circuit inventory data was untrustworthy, so it could not rapidly isolate faults and lacked the granular network intelligence to build out capacity, when and where it was needed. The SP had tried the common solution of periodically purchasing costly blanket bandwidth upgrades but still encountered the symptoms.
Service providers are looking to compete more effectively today, while preparing their networks to support more dynamic, on-demand and customized service options in the coming years. With ubiquitous fiber and Carrier Ethernet standardization, a key area of differentiation for carriers is service deployment speed and service-level agreements (SLAs).
New service automation software is emerging that helps carriers evolve their network and OSS toward an on-demand service delivery capability that provides flexibility for easy service upgrades or changes as a customer grows.
Advanced technologies company iTalk says its inaugural M2M router will hit the market by mid-August.
The company announced a strategic business expansion into the M2M sector just over a month ago and has now backed up the plan by providing details of its first M2M router.
iTalk (Lauderdale, FL, USA) says the new router will initially target the automated teller machine and point of sale industries, allowing companies to replace “antiquated manual or wireline transactions” with “faster, more reliable and more affordable wireless data networks.
Network equipment maker Ciena Corp said it expects strong growth in cloud computing and higher use of smartphones, and forecast stronger-than-expected revenue for the current quarter.
Ciena (Hanover, MD, USA) shares jumped as much as 15.5 percent on the Nasdaq on Thursday morning. Shares of rival Finisar Corp (Sunnyvale, CA, USA) were up 5 percent while those of Juniper Networks Inc (Sunnyvale, CA, USA) were up about 1 percent.
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