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27 November 2012
| Kavit Majithia
Reliance Globalcom has selected Ciena’s 100G optical networking solutions to upgrade its FLAG Europe-Asia submarine network.
The 100G network upgrade is expected to bring substantial capacity increases to the route connecting Egypt to Jordan, catering to growing high-bandwidth requirements in the region and leveraging the company’s existing fibre infrastructure. As part of the upgrade, Reliance Globalcom will deploy a 100G DWDM system, with Ciena’s platform utilising the vendor’s network architecture, equipped with WaveLogic...
Network specialist Ciena has today unveiled several additions to its network solutions portfolio, designed to give operators greater visibility and control over the network.
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Russian incumbent Rostelecom has revealed it deployed network security solutions from software company Nominum to protect its Wifi hotspot users from cyber-threats at the recent Sochi Winter Olympics.
London-based satellite provider Inmarsat has deployed CSG International’s billing solution to support the new Inmarsat Global Xpress service.
South African fixed-line provider Telkom is reportedly in talks to outsource the management of its radio access network to mobile operator MTN.
India's fourth-largest operator, Reliance Globalcom, has appointed Rory Cole as CFO of its three offshore businesses.
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