Monthly Archives: March 2017
Over the last several years, tech industry pundits have been predicting that the Internet of Things (IoT) will take over the transportation industry. It’s always been a matter of when, not if, this will happen.
Just recently, the New Hampshire Department of Transportation (NHDOT) selected two companies — Tilson and Mobility Tech — to manage the design and build of an Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) project along the F.E. Everett Turnpike.
Web real-time communication (WebRTC) has the potential to transform the World Wide Web by embedding peer-to-peer sharing applications into browsers and enabling live video streaming over mobile phones. WebRTC is fully supported by Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, for example, thereby enabling websites to become service providers. While this situation could increase competition for voice carriers, it also provides additional revenue opportunities for entrenched carriers via unified communication services (UCS), mobile text, video and voice services, and WebRTC, both as a platform and for WebRTC termination to PSTN and mobile networks.
Expanding a data center can be a stressful undertaking, especially when it comes to complicated merger and acquisition activities. It pays to have access to a team of experts to oversee the project every step of the way.
One company offering this service is Competitive Telecoms Group (CTG), which is one of the leading consulting and recruiting companies in the telecommunications and data center space. CTG now has nearly 100 global carrier and data center clients, and recently expanded its consulting group with the appointment of industry veteran Larry Fisher to the role of Vice President, Consulting Services.
Long Island’s Premier Network Neutral Facility Set to Meet with Global Wholesale Telecom Industry Executives
WESTBURY, NY – March 29, 2017 – 1025Connect, Long Island’s premier network-neutral Meet-Me Room for network interconnection and colocation, today announces that the company will be a prime sponsor of International Telecoms Week 2017 (ITW). ITW, taking place May 14-17 at the Hyatt Regency and Swissotel in Chicago, IL, is the annual meeting for the global wholesale telecoms industry, providing a platform for more than 6700 delegates from nearly 2,000 companies and from more than 140 countries to meet and discuss key issues and developments affecting the global telecom sphere.
Sitting on the “Continental Edge” in the Eastern region of the United States, 1025Connect’s colocation facility on Long Island provides direct access to multiple submarine cable systems connecting North America, Europe and Latin America. In addition, the facility offers direct connectivity to internet peering and cloud platforms with multiple Manhattan bypass fiber routes, enabling diverse and fortified solutions for enterprise and global telecom communications services.
“1025Connect is pleased to be a Prime Sponsor of ITW 2017,” comments Dan Lunde, Managing Director, 1025Connect. “Our mission, which we look forward to sharing with ITW attendees, is to help companies gain access to space and power while delivering alternative connectivity options that include local, regional and international networks, along with internet and peering platforms that power cloud computing for improved global business enablement.”
1025Connect most recently announced the addition of DE-CIX to its interconnection offering at its colocation facility. DE-CIX New York, the only major IX platform in the New York market, Open-IX certified and one of the top neutral Internet Peering Exchange (IXPs) in the New York metro market, has established a new Point of Presence (PoP) within 1025Connect that serves as host to the easternmost peering point in the New York metro area, enabling easier access and delivery of content distributed to the Continental Edge.
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1025Connect is Long Island’s premier network-neutral Carrier Hotel located at 1025 Old Country Road in Westbury, New York. This facility is renowned for its ability to connect subsea systems to terrestrial networks with the optional ability to bypass Manhattan for greater network diversity. 1025Connect provides colocation solutions that enable network interconnections through its highly-secure Long Island data center. Network operators of all types within 1025Connect benefit from direct access to Manhattan Bypass fiber routes, multiple transatlantic and Latin American submarine cable systems and multiple enterprise networks — all without monthly recurring cross-connect fees. Visit www.1025connect.com.
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Host in Ireland Founder and President, Garry Connolly, and Internet Hall of Fame Pioneer, Dennis Jennings, to Serve as Co-chairs of the Initiative
DUBLIN, IRELAND – March 28, 2017 – The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Awareness Coalition today announces its launch, as well as the instatement of Internet Hall of Fame Pioneer, Dennis Jennings, as the coalition’s Co-chair, serving alongside Host in Ireland Founder and President Garry Connolly.
The GDPR, which takes effect on 25 May, 2018, is a legal framework that sets guidelines for the collection and processing of personal information of individuals within the European Union (EU). The GDPR Awareness Coalition is a not-for-profit, fixed-term initiative designed to assist in raising awareness of the data privacy obligations for companies resulting from the implementation of the GDPR.
We are now in the “terabit era,” with businesses storing and transmitting massive amounts of data, and enterprises requiring access to multi-site, terabit-scale connectivity.
Sabey Data Centers recently announced a major upgrade that will provide terabit-scale connectivity across all of its data centers using PacketFabric’s Software-Defined Networking (SDN) platform. PacketFabric is a provider of next-generation Ethernet-based cloud networking services. Its fully automated network platform facilitates instantaneous, direct and secure provisioning for terabit-scale connectivity between all locations on the PacketFabric network.
Telecommunications and service providers must increase communication and collaboration in order to build an environment where consumers can connect and stream data from anywhere and on any device. No company can build the Internet of Things (IoT) alone, as it will require a great deal of teamwork.
Collaboration will therefore be a hot topic at the upcoming Northeast DAS & Small Cell Association’s (NEDAS) fifth annual New York City Summit, taking place April 20 from 8:30 a.m. -8 p.m. at the New York Academy of Medicine in Manhattan.
France is quietly becoming a leading hotspot for data center development in Europe, with experts predicting that the French data center market will grow approximately 20 percent by 2020, and the northern region of the country leading the way.
Recently, global data center developer and operator Etix Everywhere expanded its network of local data centers by signing a partnership with Eura DC, a joint venture between ARD-COM and ATE, two companies firmly anchored in the north of France. With its Tier 3-plus architecture, the new data center, Etix Lille #1, will meet the highest industry standards. This is consistent with all of Etix Everywhere’s global facilities.