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NEC to build a transatlantic cable

The first transoceanic cable to achieve 1/2 Petabit per second capacity, and also the first to employ 24 fiber pairs.

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MLL wins major network managed services contract from the South East Grid

10-year contract forms part of East Sussex Council’s new procurement Framework initiative serving councils throughout southeast England.

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Liberty Global selects CommScope HD Shelf

CommScope High Density R-PHY Shelf to support DAA and virtualization across global broadband network.

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Connecting people and companies across Africa and beyond

Djibouti Telecom is leveraging Ciena’s GeoMesh Extreme solution to upgrade its DARE1 (Djibouti Africa Regional Express1) network to increase digitization in the East Africa region, which has been widely underserved when it comes to international connectivity.

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Long distance quantum communication breakthrough

New dual band stabilisation technique cancels the problem of temperature fluctuations to allow long distance quantum communication.

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EU-friendly Dublin Services PoP

Aryaka Networks has introduced its latest Services Point of Presence (PoP) in Dublin, Ireland, inside the newly redrawn EU boundary.

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Fujitsu has secured a deal with Essex County Council to transform its Corporate Systems estate. Under the terms of the contract, Fujitsu will implement a fully integrated and modernised ERP environment that also delivers enhanced functionality to retained legacy applications. The project supports the Council’s long-term financial strategy to save at least £235m over the next three years while helping it to become more operationally efficient and expand the services it can offer to other public bodies throughout the UK.
SCC has entered Data Telecoms following its investment in Fluidata, delivering added Data Centre Services connectivity and capability.
Over 500 Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise switches used for voice and data communications during construction of new 57km long Gotthard Base Tunnel – due for completion December 2016.
People may be using the internet in order to cope with the demands of excessive work, and this coping strategy is not restricted to the young. These are the findings reported at the Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society’s Division of Occupational Psychology in Brighton, by Dr Cristina Quinones-Garcia of Northampton Business School and Professor Nada Korac-Kakabadse of Henley Business School.
Vendors leverage workflow integration and ROI optimisation through UCC, finds Frost & Sullivan’s Digital Transformation team.
More than a third of SMBs have implemented policies and IT systems to manage employees’ devices for work purposes, finds Citrix-commissioned YouGov survey.
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Talking FSP 3000 OLS for ultimate DCI flexibility at OFC

Gareth Spence talks to Paul Morkel at OFC 2019 about the launch of ADVA’s newly expanded FSP 3000 open line system and how it’s the ultimate one-stop shop for all DCI applications.

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