Mark your calendars for Nov. 13-15, and plan to attend the Open-IX Interconnection Summit 2016 and Annual General Meeting. Your host will be the Open-IX Association, a 501 (c)(6) not-for-profit association dedicated to furthering standards for data center Internet exchanges and interconnections.
For on-demand cloud communications and SIP trunking provider IntelePeer, connectivity is imperative for success. There is simply no room for slow and unreliable communications in today’s competitive marketplace.
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Jaguar Network recently announced that its Marseille-based JN MRS-01 is the first international data center to receive the Open-IX AssociationOIX-2 certification. Jaguar Network’s OIX-2 certification ensures that its Marseille-based facility is compliant with standard specifications for the reduction of complexity that restricts interconnection in fragmented markets as well as the implementation of business-critical environments, international IP core networks or content platforms. The Tier IV, 8,000-square-meter data center provides customers access to value-added, secure hosting services as well as scalable solutions, all monitored 24x7x365.
Designation Affirms AMS-IX as First Internet Exchange Organization to Receive OPEN-IX Certification Across Multiple U.S. Platforms
San Francisco, CA – March 11, 2015 – AMS-IX (Amsterdam Internet Exchange) and its U.S. subsidiary, AMS-IX USA Inc., announce today that the AMS-IX Bay Area Internet exchange has been awarded OIX-1 certification by the Open-IX Association (OIX). AMS-IX is the first Internet exchange organization worldwide to have OPEN-IX®-certified neutral and distributed Internet exchanges in multiple U.S. markets.
4.1-9.5 (Mini) DIN to N and 7-16 DIN adapters organized and protected
4.1-9.5 DIN connectors, commonly referred to as “Mini DINs”, are used in wireless infrastructure and DAS installations for their compact size and low PIM performance. Technicians encounter challenges to interface the Mini DINs with the more widely used N and 7-16 DIN connector interfaces. RF Industries manufactures a complete line of 4.1-9.5 (Mini) DIN to N and 7-16 DIN adapters and provides the most popular versions packaged in kit form, keeping these precision adapters organized and protected.
Kits are available with the popular adapters in 6 and 7 pc variations. The right angle adapter features a radius internal design that provides constant 50 ohm impedance for optimum electrical performance to 7.5 GHz. Adapters with male interfaces have large hex coupling nuts for easy mating using a torque wrench. All adapters are manufactured with brass bodies and durable non-tarnish tri-metal (white bronze) plating with a PIM rating of less than or equal to -160dBc using 2 tones at 20 watts.
DE-CIX New York has successfully completed the process of OPEN-IX certification. The DE-CIX New York Internet exchange now holds OIX-1 certification, which defines the technical requirements, minimum service levels and information-sharing provisions of participating exchanges. Certification was granted on March 9, following review and approval from the OPEN-IX Board.
DE-CIX New York has been growing rapidly since it began operations in early 2014. It is a leading exchange in the New York/New Jersey metro area, with a strong emphasis on both data center and carrier neutrality. DE-CIX New York has added more than 55 networks to its member list since last year, and its numbers continue to grow.
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Cranbury, NJ (February 23, 2015) — V-COMM is proud to announce Engineer Justin Day and Senior Network Engineer Mike Webster have successfully completed iBwave Level 3 Certification. This a highly recognized achievement with only a small percentage of students obtaining Level 3 certification.
Justin studied Electrical Engineering at Villanova University and joined V-COMM shortly after graduating in 2011. Since joining V-COMM, Justin has obtained his TE DAS Integrator Certification and Teko DAS Certification and completed safety training for Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA), Port Authority Transit Corporation (PATCO), Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) and Amtrak.
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.
Leading Texas-based IT management and support company Zthernet LLC recently selectedGlobal Capacity’sOne Marketplace to expand the reach of its network and streamline the delivery of Managed Services. With an interconnect to at Global Capacity’s 1950 Stemmons Freeway, Dallas, TX Point of Presence (PoP), Zthernet benefits from scalable, higher bandwidth services to better support overall network demand.