China Mobile selects Brocade

China Mobile has selected an advanced network functions virtualization (NFV) solution from Brocade to support its most strategic corporate development initiative. Deployment of the Brocade(R) Virtual Traffic Manager (vTM) within key China Mobile data centers will help the company deliver highly available and agile cloud services, while keeping operating costs under control.

Quintillion selects Ciena

Anchorage-based Quintillion is deploying Ciena’s  8700 Packetwave Platform to support the first phase of its 15,000-kilometer intercontinental subsea fiber system that is planned to connect Europe and Asia by way of the Alaskan and Canadian Arctic. With power and space limitations in the North American Arctic, the compact size and low power consumption benefits of the 8700 efficiently provides a scalable, secure and reliable solution.

Low latency on the Formula 1 track

Voip Unlimited, a UK based ITSP renowned for their specialism in aviation and motorsport, bring Sahara Force India Formula One team into new speeds with superfast connectivity services. The ITSP provide MPLS & VPN services connecting the team’s wind tunnel in Europe back to its HQ in Silverstone. In the high-octane industry of Formula One racing, mere tenths of seconds can separate winners from losers: in the race to provide ultra-fast networks to this year’s F1 championship, the margin for error is one hundred times faster.

Multiple TBs of digital traffic expected to hit the European internet

Interoute now offers dual entry into Europe through France and Italy from the World’s newest submarine cable,  South East Asia–Middle East–Western Europe 5 (SEA-ME-WE 5). Interoute will connect digital traffic from Africa, Asia and the Middle East via its Point of Presence (PoP) in Marseilles, France and OHM Data Centre in Palermo (where Interoute is located), Sicily to its pan European network.

Hibernia Networks expands financial connectivity

Hibernia Networks has expanded its global network platform to deliver the lowest latency connectivity from Chicago to Moscow, Russia and Mumbai, India, two vital financial hubs. In addition to these new routes, improved latency performance to Dubai, UAE is now offered directly to the Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange, strengthening Hibernia Networks' low latency service for this emerging center of financial markets activity in the Middle East.

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