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Kenton’s KBR1645 Delivers Bonded High-Speed Access

The Kenton KBR1645 offers Service Providers a cost effective and resilient alternative to fibre when delivering high speed data access to customers. This is achieved by combining up to four VDSL2 FTTC or ADSL circuits using industry standard Multi Link PPP bonding. MLPPP is a mature bonding protocol that allows dynamic addition and removal of individual links and has low overheads minimising bandwidth wastage. It is well supported in many existing core router platforms, which can help to make deployment of new bonded services easy and fast. “Providing customers with high speed data access enables users to harness the

Tight IT Budgets to Drive Efficiency Demands in 2015, Brocade Reveals

Research Finds Businesses Focusing on Efficiency in the Short Term, but Looking to SDN and NFV for Longer-term Innovation, Supporting the New IP IP Expo, London, October 8, 2014 – Increasing efficiency will be the number one priority for IT departments in 2015, as organisations look to get more value out of their IT spend, according to research released today by Brocade (NASDAQ: BRCD). The research, taken from a survey of UK-based IT Decision-Makers (ITDMs), found that increasing efficiency is a top priority for 53 percent of IT leaders in 2015. Budget restrictions are the main driver behind this

Brocade Advances Replication and Disaster Recovery Capabilities for Remote Data Centres

New Brocade Extension Platform Improves Recovery Point and Recovery Time Objectives via Superior WAN Link Utilisation and Unique Failover Functionality; Extends Fabric Vision Technology over Distance to Provide Network Control and Visibility for Non-Stop Business Operations SAN JOSE, CA–(Marketwired – Oct 13, 2014) – Brocade (NASDAQ: BRCD), the leader in data centre fabric networking solutions, today announced a new extension platform that enables enterprises to achieve significantly shorter recovery points and faster recovery times for restoring data and applications in the event of a disaster, or when performing routine backup and replication tasks over unreliable Wide Area Network (WAN)

More Bandwidth on Campus: Zhone Technologies Helps Educational Institutions Affordably Upgrade Networks to Meet Broadband Demands

Passive Optical LAN benefits school and university campuses by expanding bandwidth and improving Internet speeds Oakland, CA — October 7, 2014 — The average college student owns seven technology devices according to a recent study. As more devices with Internet capabilities flood the market-a projected 30 billion by 2020-students are rapidly adopting new technologies and connecting to school resources while on-the-go, rather than heading to the library. Students also expect fast and reliable Internet to stream videos and download content in their dorm rooms. The result is a mounting flow of traffic that puts significant pressure on broadband infrastructure

RAD’s Multiservice Access Platform

Deploying Ethernet and TDM Services over Fibre and Copper Access Infrastructure and SDH/SONET and Packet Switched Networks (click the image above for a 3D view) RAD’s multi-service access platform (MAP) is a key component in enabling the smooth transition to next-generation packet-switched networks from TDM access technologies. Comprised of next-generation multi-service access nodes or integrated modular modem racks at the central office, network point-of-presence or sub-station as well as fibre optic multiplexers and SHDSL.bis/SHDSL modem multiplexers at the customer premises or data collection point, RAD’s MAP supports a wide range of data, LAN and voice services over any access

RADWIN Selected by Large Mining Company to Connect Sites in the Mexican Desert

RADWIN’s wireless systems connect mining plants & offices spread across 30,471 acres. Tel Aviv, Israel, October 2, 2014 – RADWIN (www.radwin.com), the global provider of sub-6 GHz broadband wireless solutions, today announced that a major U.S-based silver mining company deployed RADWIN’s point-to-point and point-to-multipoint solutions to connect its main plant, offices, warehouses, truck shops and lab buildings in its mining site in Mexico which covers over 30,471 acres. All sites required broadband connectivity for video surveillance and data transmission, Internet, IP telephony and access to applications and file servers. AdN Consulting, a leading system integrator in Mexico and RADWIN’s

Brocade Announces New Hardware and Software for Brocade MLXe Routers to Help Transition to the “New IP”

Additions Address Growing Network Bandwidth, Scale, and Programmability SAN JOSE, CA–(Marketwired – Sep 23, 2014) – Today, Brocade (NASDAQ: BRCD) announced new hardware modules and software for the Brocade® MLX® Series routers with the industry’s most comprehensive capabilities to address the bandwidth, scale, and performance needed for the networks of today; providing a seamless path to open, software-driven programmable networks that the industry refers to as the “New IP”. Many of today’s organisations are encountering challenges in scaling existing network bandwidth and supporting increasing numbers of users and devices that require highly dynamic networks. These organisations are struggling with

RADCOM Uses Latest Intel Network Connectivity Technology to Provide Unprecedented Performance for Customer Experience Management

Tel Aviv, Israel –September, 2014 − RADCOM Ltd. (NASDAQ: RDCM), a leading innovative customer experience management provider, today announced it has integrated Intel® Ethernet XL710 controller into RADCOM’s MaveriQ Customer Experience Management solution. MaveriQ together with Intel’s new technology enables Service Providers to monitor Customer Experience on their network more efficiently by reducing the amount of hardware required. This solution provides unmatched scalability for service providers who need to manage the exponential growth in mobile broadband traffic on multi-terabit LTE and VoLTE networks. MaveriQ uses Intel intelligent offload technology to take advantage of the computing power of the Intel®

Brocade Announces New Hardware and Software for Brocade MLXe Routers to Help Transition to the “New IP”

Additions Address Growing Network Bandwidth, Scale, and Programmability SAN JOSE, CA–(Marketwired – Sep 23, 2014) – Today, Brocade (NASDAQ: BRCD) announced new hardware modules and software for the Brocade® MLX® Series routers with the industry’s most comprehensive capabilities to address the bandwidth, scale, and performance needed for the networks of today; providing a seamless path to open, software-driven programmable networks that the industry refers to as the “New IP”. Many of today’s organisations are encountering challenges in scaling existing network bandwidth and supporting increasing numbers of users and devices that require highly dynamic networks. These organisations are struggling with

Transition Networks Launches Scorpion-USB™ Ethernet Adapters Enabling Tablet, Laptop, Thin Client Connectivity for Fibre-Optic Networks

Minneapolis, MN — September 9, 2014 — Transition Networks Inc., the fibre access technology expert, a wholly owned subsidiary of Communications Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ-GM: JCS), today announced the new Scorpion-USB™ Ethernet Adapter designed as a USB-to-Ethernet over fibre network adapter, to enable organisations with extensive fibre-optic network infrastructure to easily connect their tablets, laptops or other computers directly to their fibre-optic network ports. This product was developed by Transition Networks for companies, universities and government agencies that have extensive fibre optic networks that make it difficult to adopt tablet and thin client computers. Many of these installations are in