Monthly Archives: July 2014
America’s fastest growing data center company, EdgeConneX®, recently announced a new partnership with TelNet Worldwide (TelNet) to open Michigan’s most advanced, state-of-the-art Edge Data Center® in the city of Southfield. The Tier III facility will provide a competitive advantage to businesses in Southeast Michigan, combining EdgeConneX innovation, including purpose-built design, advanced engineering and rapid deployment capabilities, with TelNet’s strong reputation and local expertise, enterprise and wholesale service offerings, and customer service focus. EdgeConneX’s facility in Michigan is one of 14 Edge Data Centers (currently operational or under construction), and is poised to launch in November 2014.
When it comes to business communications, simplicity, speed and effectiveness are three factors that contribute to overall success. With the growing popularity of mobile communication and text messaging over the last few decades, connectivity has reached an advanced level of innovation, enabling companies like Bulletin to provide highly efficient and effective mobile messaging solutions to generate virtually instant and reliable communication.
As mobile usage continues its upward trend, many businesses seek innovative and reliable ways to drive a system of immediate connectivity within their organizations, improving productivity and communication among employees and executives. Bulletin recently announced the release of a new enhancement to its cloud-based mobile messaging Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform, Bulletin Messenger. The new feature encompasses the latest OTT-to-SMS technology and is called Messenger Chat.
Boutique Consultancy BVS Consulting Offers Unique Solutions for Businesses Seeking to Expand in the International and Wholesale Sectors
For businesses expanding within the international and wholesale telecommunications industries, having a comprehensive and effective go-to-market strategy is integral to success. For those stepping into uncharted waters – in this case markets – having the right connections as well as in-demand, advanced infrastructure and managed services are critical to survival in a competitive market.
BVS Consulting, a newly launched boutique consultancy, delivers the tools and guidance necessary for technology companies to accelerate growth with partnerships in international telecommunications networks, hosting services, data center managed services, and application and content delivery services.
Providing consulting services on Network, Data Center, Cloud and Investment solutions, BVS Consulting can assist client growth with expert advice to build advanced infrastructure and managed services sought by today’s global carriers, enterprises, and government entities. Using sourcing and the development of cutting-edge, Tier-1 data center facilities and the services that enable their operations, BVS Consulting can help propel technology companies to the next level of performance with tailored solutions designed to fit the needs of their particular organization.
The reality of the cable environment today is that cable operators face the challenges of expanding their networks more cost-effectively and efficiently across a wider geographic footprint, addressing the growing customer demand for increased quality and reach of voice services as well as decreased margins for voice customers.
Having successfully penetrated on-network small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) with triple play bundles, an increasing number of cable operators are turning their focus towards larger enterprise customers with locations that extend beyond their network footprint. Many are also seeking value-added services for their SMB customers. Once on this trajectory, many are wrought with even more challenges of going off network, including timely qualification, design and pricing of solutions, complexity of interconnection, and meeting their customers’ service level expectations.
Pacnet’s Managed MPLS VPN, Ethernet Services, Internet Access, and WAN Optimization/APM were recently scored by research and advisory firm Gartner, Inc. in its June 2014 “Critical Capabilities for Asia/Pacific Network Providers”* assessment. Pacnet outperformed several key players in the APAC region, earning the highest scores in two out of four use cases named in the report – High-Capacity and Low-Latency Networks. The company scored a 3.7 out of 5 in the High-Capacity Networks Use Case and 3.8 out of 5 in the Low-Latency Networks Use Case. In the report, Gartner identifies High-Capacity and Low-Latency Networks as two niche, but increasingly important, services in the APAC region for content distribution as well as the financial trading and banking sectors.
Originally posted by RF Industries
A manufacturer of industrial lasers used for etching integrated circuit wafers required a series of cables and harnesses to connect the various functions of the machine. Included in the requirement was a single entry point for the cables to pass through a bulkhead. The electronic signals for the cabling included RF, power, data and video. Due to the industrial application, the assemblies needed to operate in a high vibration and require sufficient shielding to endure an extreme noisy RF environment. RF Industries provided the design, fabrication and testing of the various cables, including the methodology to encapsulate into a single lightly armored jacket for passing through the bulkhead and survive the harsh environment. Design and fabrication were provided by the Multi-Conductor product group of RF Industries in San Diego
“Integrated Sequence of Operations: Coordinating ATS and UPS Set Points Can Avoid a Hidden Cause of Downtime” Now Available Online
MARLBOROUGH, MA, July 15, 2014 – Electronics Environment Corporation (EEC), a leader in mission critical facility management for almost three decades, has released its most recent white paper titled “Integrated Sequence of Operations: Coordinating ATS and UPS Set Points Can Avoid a Hidden Cause of Downtime”, now available on the EEC website. This white paper identifies a relatively unknown cause of downtime as well as key precautions every mission-critical data center operator should consider in order to ensure optimum functionality and uptime of equipment and operations.
Originally posted by TeleGeography
Total colocation prices, and the prices of individual components such as power, cabinet installation, and connectivity, can differ greatly from one market to the next. New data from TeleGeography’s Colocation Pricing Service reveal that fiber cross-connect prices are a particularly significant contributor to differences between colocation prices in the U.S. and Europe.
Originally posted by J. Patrick + Associates
According to Cisco, two-thirds of all traffic moving forward will be delivered through the cloud. This makes it official: we are now in the zettabyte era of cloud technology. In fact, IDC predicts that the volume of digital content will soon increase by 48 percent to 2.7 ZB.
Elitecore bags 3 new orders from Multi Service Cable Operators, Deploys Integrated Real time Billing, Charging & Policy Control Solution
Elitecore Technologies, a leading provider of Integrated Policy,
Charging, Billing and Revenue Management solution announces three
Cable MSOs (Multi-System Operators) wins for Pay TV and Broadband
services; setting up a strong footprint in Asia Pacific Cable market.
Elitecore will offer a complete pre-integrated as well as modular stack of Convergent Billing and Subscriber Management, Centralized Product Catalog, PCRF, Online Charging, AAA, Captive Portal, Partner Settlement, Provisioning, Self-care Portals and IP Log Management system that will help these Cable MSOs to ramp up their digitization efforts and quickly capitalize on new revenue opportunities with digital TV and Broadband bundled services for around 5 Mn subscribers.