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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
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...
Sprint has appointed SoftBank executive Junichi Miyakawa as chief technical officer.
Tata Communications has today launched a global network platform for enhanced hybrid cloud enablement, in attempt to simplify the challenges and complications of the cloud.
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Data centre and managed services provider Racks Central has today announced an agreement with Epsilon for the delivery of its outsourced intelligent network services.
The UK’s O2 has today announced a partnership with Zayo Group for the upgrade of its nationwide infrastructure into a fully resilient core fibre network.
Global internet backbone provider Hurricane Electric is to extend its IPv4 and IPv6 networks to Equinix’s data centres in Asia and Europe.