Companies large and small are on a perpetual mission to find colocation opportunities in high-density markets with superior, customizable connectivity. Manhattan is among the most sought-after markets in the U.S., and finding space to house data within those confines is a difficult task. In order to provide customers with a broad range of colocation and connectivity options in this desirable market, TELEHOUSE and DataGryd have joined forces, bringing their enterprise-grade services to the heart of New York.
New software platform supports open control and management architecture for access virtualization
LAS VEGAS – October 27, 2015 –Calix, Inc. (NYSE: CALX), the world leader in gigabit fiber deployments, today announced AXOS, or Access eXtensible Operating System, a Linux-based network operating system and software platform built for the specific needs of the access network. Completely hardware independent, AXOS allows for “software defined access,” where all software functions in the access network can be developed and run without relying on the underlying hardware and associated silicon chipsets. With an always-on architecture and consistent provisioning services, AXOS accelerates time-to-revenue, eliminates service disruptions, and reduces operational complexity for service providers.
NJFX Founder and Managing Member Gil Santaliz to Participate on Panel Examining the Demands of the New Age Enterprise Customer
WALL, NJ – OCTOBER 28, 2015 – New Jersey Fiber Exchange (NJFX), the first Tier III carrier-neutral colocation facility that intersects where Sub-sea cables from the United States, South America, Europe and the Caribbean meet, announces today that its Founder and Managing Member, Gil Santaliz, will participate on a panel at Capacity Europe 2015, taking place November 1 – 4, 2015 in Paris, France. Now in its 15th year, Capacity Europe brings together the European and global telecommunications market, and provides a conference and exhibition platform that connects over 1600 senior-level attendees, including decision-makers from wholesale carriers, data center service providers and vendors, enterprises, and Information and Communications Technology (ICT) services and over-the-top content (OTT) providers.
This Is The First Submarine Cable Project In People’s Republic Of China For The Group
The New Contract Paves Routes To New Business Opportunities For The Group In Asia
Milan, 26 October, 2015 – Prysmian Group, world leader in the energy and telecom cable systems industry, has been awarded a contract by Hainan Second Cross-Sea Interconnection Tie Project Management Co., Ltd. (a subsidiary company of China Southern Power Grid, the grid operating company in South China) worth a total of more than $ 140 million for the design, supply, installation, and commissioning of a submarine power cable link for the second interconnection between Hainan island and China mainland.
Chief Architect and Vice President of Innovation, Phill Lawson-Shanks, to Presenton Network Edge Data Centers
Herndon, VA – October 26, 2015 – EdgeConneX®, specializing in global hosting solutions at the edge of the network, announces today that its Chief Architect and Vice President of Innovation, Phill Lawson-Shanks, will participate on a panel at DatacenterDynamics As-A-Service, taking place October 27-28, 2015 at the Hilton Chicago.
Unified Communications-as-a-Service, better known as UCaaS, is permeating the market rapidly as many companies choose to turn to the cloud based delivery of communications services including voice, messaging, video conferencing and more in an effort to reduce costs and develop a secure and reliable communications platform. In fact, according to Transparency Market Research, we can expect the UCaaS market worth to grow from $15.12 Billion today to a staggering $37.85 Billion by 2022.
From what’s happening at the edge, to simplifying Cloud connectivity, to overcoming mobile traffic challenges of major metros, this Fall’s COMPTEL Plus event in San Francisco – now INCOMPAS – was chock-full of answers to some of the industry’s most pressing data center-related questions and challenges.
Though predictions about overall IoT growth tend to differ from report to report, one thing is clear: IoT growth over the next few years will be massive. In fact, according to Gartner, as many as 25 billion global connected devices will be in use by 2020—an increase of about 30 percent from 2014. With these figures in mind, it is anticipated that IoT growth will lead to several challenges for businesses as they struggle to handle increased network traffic and data volumes.
Rainy weather and concerns about a looming hurricane couldn’t keep attendees away from the Open-IX Association’s (OIX’s) Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Friday, October 2 at Intergate.Manhattan. The meeting featured a full agenda of OIX updates, as well as lunch and a special post-event social and networking session. The event, hosted by OIX, was made possible thanks to the hospitality of Sabey Data Centers, and post-event social sponsor Zayo.
As Helen Dixon, Ireland’s Data Protection Commissioner, pointed out in a statement issued by her Office, the issues dealt with in the decision by the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) to invalidate the “Safe Harbour” system, under which companies transfer customer data from Europe to the United States, are “complex.”She elaborated, saying that the issues “will require careful consideration” and “what is immediately clear is that the Court has reiterated the fundamental importance attaching to the right of individuals to the protection of their personal data. That is very much to be welcomed.”