Monthly Archives: November 2016

MEF16 Advances Third Network Services for Hyper-Connected World and Digital Economy

mef16-advances-third-network-services-for-hyper-connected-world-and-digital-economyThe Third Network made quite the showing at the recent MEF16 global networking event in Baltimore. Hosted by MEF, MEF16 attracted more than 1,000 registrants from 30 countries and 260 companies. There were more than 120 sponsors, event partners and participating companies on hand as well.

“MEF16 provided an extraordinary opportunity for attendees to engage with world-leading service and technology innovators and to be inspired by their diligent efforts to usher in a new era of on-demand services that will reshape the communications landscape,” stated Kevin Vachon, Chief Operating Officer, MEF.

Data Center Efficiency, the New Mark of Leadership

data-center-efficiency-the-new-mark-of-leadership-1Originally posted to Data Center POST,

What does it take to be successful in business today? It requires more than just turning a strong profit. Now, businesses must also prove they can efficiently and responsibly manage their data center resources.

LinkedIn is an enterprise that takes this message to heart.

Healthcare Providers, Are You Struggling With Cloud Computing?

healthcare-providers-are-you-struggling-with-cloud-computingOriginally posted to Data Center POST,

The cloud is supposed to streamline operations and reduce costs for businesses, but many healthcare organizations are learning that the cloud can be complex and challenging too.

For this reason, Gartner just released a new report that helps to clarify the current challenges, industry trends and notable players in the cloud market for healthcare organizations.

Do You Have the Skills You Need to Become an IT Project Manager?

skills_to_master_on_your_road_to_becoming_a_project_manager_in_it_7Originally posted to J Patrick + Associates by Alyssa Wishingrad,

As the IT field increases to expand, so does the demand for qualified Project Managers. This role not only demands technical expertise, but also cohesive soft skills. This complex position can be broken down into three categories of expertise: Business Management, Human Resource Management, and IT skills.

Overcoming the Geographical Barriers that Inhibit Bandwidth-Intensive Business Applications

overcoming-the-geographical-barriers-that-inhibit-bandwidth-intensive-business-applicationsNot all areas of the country have equal access to Ethernet, and for enterprise businesses in underserved regions, it can be very difficult to keep up with the competition.

Global Capacity, the leading connectivity as a service company, has solved this problem by expanding its One Marketplace network backbone with high-speed Ethernet that utilizes Ciena’s® 8700 Packetwave® Platform.

Global Capacity Recognized at MEF16

global-capacity-recognized-at-mef16The Network and Carrier Ethernet community recently gathered for the MEF16 Excellence Awards, a special presentation at MEF16, to recognize service, technology and applications as well as professional excellence and innovation within the field.

Global Capacity, the leading connectivity as a service company, was presented an MEF16 Excellence Award in the “Best Service Innovation – North America” category for its Ethernet Cloud Connect service.

Passion and Inspiration at 200 MPH

On the Company’s Fifth-Year Anniversary, iMPR’s Team and Clients Reflect on Their Experience

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To celebrate iMiller Public Relations’ fifth-year anniversary, we asked members of our team how working at iMPR has impacted them personally and professionally. Additionally, several of our valued clients shared how they viewed their relationship with our organization.

GTT CEO Rick Calder Talks Company Growth for 2017

gtt-ceo-rick-calder-talks-company-growth-for-2017It’s been a busy few weeks lately for Rick Calder, president and CEO of GTT Communications, Inc (NYSE: GTT). In early November, GTT announced its acquisition of Hibernia Networks, continuing the company’s growth trajectory and further solidifying its dedication to meeting the needs of multinational clients. Rick recently spoke with Don Witt, ‎a writer and commentator at Telecom Reseller. The conversation focused on the GTT’s strategy moving forward in 2017.

Etix Everywhere and Angola Cables Partner to Connect Africa and the Americas

angola-cables-etix-everywhere-smart-data-center-sacs-projectOriginally posted to Data Center POST,

If there’s one thing Africa’s emerging digital economy critically needs, it’s direct subsea connectivity to the Americas. Right now, data must pass through Europe, which is highly inefficient, but that’s about to change.

Solving the Need for Flexible and Agile Transatlantic Connectivity

solving-the-need-for-flexible-and-agile-transatlantic-connectivityThe last thing an enterprise needs is to get locked into a costly, long-distance subsea connectivity service. Flexibility and agility is critical for success, as multinational businesses experience varying levels of network traffic.