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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®

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

RAD Adds Distributed NFV to its Service Assured Networking Solution for Mission-Critical Private Networks

Power Utilities Can Now Benefit from a Virtual Applications Ecosystem at their Substations Paris, France, August 21, 2014 – RAD, the world leader in advanced networking for power utilities, which made history in June when it unveiled the first Distributed Network Functions Virtualization (D-NFV) solution, will mark yet another major breakthrough when it introduces its award winning D-NFV concept to its Service Assured Networking portfolio for mission-critical networks. RAD is integrating D-NFV into its Megaplex-4 Next-Generation Multiservice Access Node, widely used by power utilities for substation connectivity, protection and automation communications, and operational core networks. The Megaplex-4 is a

RAD CEO Dror Bin Discusses D-NFV Offering, Investment and PoC

Maritime Police in China uses RADWIN Mobility Solution for River Safety Supervision

  Security patrol boats are fited with RADWIN mobile radios.     Mobile radios transmit video from the boats to maritime bureau’s operations center.    

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RADWIN helps to secure the 2014 FIFA world cup!

RADWIN 5000 systems enable Mobile Integrated Command & Control Center Vehicles to ensure  public safety and civil defense during the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. RADWIN 5000 point-to-rnultipoint systems allow the Mobile Command Vehicles and Police Control Centers to send and receive LIVE VIDEO, VOICE & DATA in real-time from the field. RADWIN 5000 Wireless PtMP Nomadic mode – automatic connection to nearest base station Net throughput of up to 250 Mbps Power real-time Voice, Video & Data High Definition video transmission

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RAD Names Kenton Research as a Certified Solution Partner

Global telecom access vendor RAD announced that Kenton Research has been appointed as a “Solution Partner” for 2014 in the UK and Ireland. The Solution Partner designation is conferred on those companies that have passed the highest levels of certification in the RADadvantage partner program. As a Solution Partner, Kenton Research is certified to market, sell, distribute, support, and plan networks based on RAD’s state-of-the-art solutions and products. More than 12 million RAD devices have been deployed in 160 countries on six continents over the past three decades. Lee Palmer, Commercial Director at The Kenton Group, commented, “this is

RAD Becomes First Vendor to Launch a Customer Edge Distributed NFV Solution and Ecosystem

Singapore, June 16, 2014 – RAD has become the industry’s first developer of Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) technology to introduce a dedicated customer-edge Distributed NFV (D-NFV) solution to the market. The company has announced that a customer-edge D-NFV solution, based on its ETX, a powerful Layer 2/Layer 3 Network Termination Unit (NTU), is now commercially available. The NTU is equipped with a D-NFV x86 server module that functions as a virtualization engine at the customer edge. It is being unveiled at CommunicAsia 2014 in Singapore. “The typical perception of NFV is that virtualized network functions (VNFs) should be implemented

Cloud benefits to the finance Industry

It’s not just a Hollywood plot the threat of cyber-attacks is real and growing. In the last quarter of 2012 alone, attacks were up by 200% on the previous year with high-profile hacks of international news sites, and the largest attack of all time was recorded in March, slowing down Internet speeds for millions of users all around the world. A huge proportion of these attacks come as Distributed Denial-of-service (DDoS) hits, where thousands of computers around the world are used without their owners’ knowledge to simultaneously flood a website with requests for access. Without protection, the target website