Monthly Archives: September 2014
By Jennifer Handshew, EVP, iMiller Public Relations
CFN Services, a leading provider of managed services for the capital markets, recently announced the availability of its accelerated UltraFast™ Market Data. Utilizing a microwave network between New York and Chicago, this offering broadens access to real-time market data at wireless speeds, making dedicated fiber connections obsolete between New York and Chicago. This news follows the company’s recent integration of a wireless network acquired from a leading, global high-frequency trading firm into its Alpha Platform.
Originally posted by: Mary Stanhope, Vice President of Product and Marketing at Global Capacity
Last week, we offered a little refresher course—in honor of the beginning of the school year—on the marketplace model. Simply put, a marketplace disrupts “business as usual” offloading transactional processes done by people to simplify the connection of buyers and sellers and delivering services. This week’s part two segment covers the ABCs of Global Capacity’s One Marketplace and how this award winning marketplace of networks addresses the inherent challenge of simplifying the buying of network connectivity services.
DUBLIN IRELAND, SEPTEMBER 8TH 2014 – CITADEL100, a leading Datacentre owner and operator, specialising in designing, developing and operating 100% availability Datacenters, announced today the launch of its online data centre customer app, C100.
Originally posted by 888VoIP
3CX exhibited the latest iteration of the award winning software based PBX, 3CX Phone System for Windows, at the recent Business Technology Event ITEXPO West 2014. The latest Service Pack for 3CX Phone System Version 12 introduced 3CX WebMeeting, a web conferencing solution fully integrated with 3CX Phone System.
A defense contractor application required a custom SMB jack coaxial connector to be attached to a piece of test equipment. The requirement included mechanical and electrical parameters as well as a pressure seal of the connector to the panel.
Aviel Electronics designed a panel mounted SMB jack with a threaded passivated stainless steel type 303 body and hex nuts. A silicone rubber O-ring design on the body seals the finished assembly for pressurization. Black polyether ether ketone (PEEK) thermoplastic polymer was utilized as the internal insulator with DuPont Teflon as the insulator for the SMB connector. The center contact is plated with mil-standard gold.
By Mark Cooper, CCO AMS-IX
As the world of interconnection continues to develop, the Netherlands headquartered Amsterdam Internet Exchange (AMS-IX) is bringing its proven successful European business model of interconnectivity to the United States. Following the recent launch of AMS-IX New York in four data centers in the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area, AMS-IX USA Inc. is working on establishing more neutral, distributed Internet Exchanges across the country.