LINX Announce New Year Port Fee Reductions of 15% on its two London LANs and at US exchange LINX NoVA

London, UK – 21st November 2018 – LINX, the London Internet Exchange, have committed to significantly reducing 10GE and 100GE port fees on its LON1 and LON2 networks in London, and at its regional exchange LINX NoVA in Northern Virginia, USA. This was ratified by a vote by LINX members at an Extraordinary General Meeting in London on the 20th November. As of 1st January 2019 prices on selected port sizes will be cut by 15%. On LON1 10GE fees will drop to £638 per month with 100GE ports priced…

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Melita selects Calix AXOS to Enhance its Fiber Infrastructure and Provide Always-On Network Services to Business Customers Across Malta

The AXOS E7-2 and E3-2 systems provide the deployment flexibility necessary for Melita to deliver high speed broadband services its business subscribers SAN JOSE – November 14, 2018 – Calix, Inc. (NYSE: CALX) today announced Melita has selected the AXOS E7-2 Intelligent Modular System and the AXOS E3-2 Intelligent PON Node to power its new GPON network, which will enable a full suite of next-generation services for business customers across Malta. Incorporating Calix AXOS across multiple platforms offers an increased level of operational efficiency. The new network will include E7-2…

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HUBER+SUHNER brings the Central Office and Data Center together with future-proof fiber portfolio at Cisco Live 2018

The company’s smart solutions will be rolled out to the wider Cisco community for the first time With the constant need for faster and more reliable connectivity, operators looking to combat network challenges will benefit from the offering from HUBER+SUHNER for manageable and cost-effective data centers as it showcases its fiber optics portfolio at Cisco Live 2018, in Orlando, Florida. With fiber-rich environments demanding maximum density in a limited footprint, quick installations as well as moves, adds and changes (MAC) and the ability to handle future growth, the LiSA fiber…

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Emtelle introduces FS:Detect, the latest enhancement of its FiSpy microduct connection system

Building on FiSpy’s growing reputation, FS:Detect enables operators and their network construction partners to quickly identify the exact location of faults or failed fibre installation. Hawick, Scotland, June 11, 2018 – Emtelle, a leading provider of blown fibre and ducted network solutions for the telecoms industry, has added FS:Detect to its product range to create an innovative integrated kit designed to pinpoint damage and deliver error-free microduct selection in fibre networks, significantly reducing costly repairs and installation time. Developed by New Zealand-based FiComms, the FiSpy kit consists of two complementary…

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TETRA and LTE are essential for mission critical users so why not take advantage of both says ETELM

Berlin, Germany, 16 May 2018 – While TETRA and LTE interconnection is raising many challenges for the mission critical industry, it is important to consider alternative ways of leveraging legacy technologies to move forward with LTE, says Nicolas Hauswald, Director of Sales and Marketing at ETELM. Speaking today at Critical Communications World 2018 in Berlin, Hauswald commented that barriers preventing users from deploying LTE could be removed by using an integrated solution instead of an interconnected solution. In his presentation, Hauswald addressed how Private LTE has been a hot topic…

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e-BO Enterprises chooses EdgeCentrix technology for offshore LTE networks

Edge intelligence specialist enables ‘broadband experience’ for offshore networks Camberley, UK 15 February 2018 Quortus today announces a collaboration with e-BO Enterprises, a Belgian provider of smart content distribution platforms, network operation services, secure cloud computing solutions and network infrastructure, to enable LTE voice and data solutions for offshore wind farms. The companies’ jointly developed solution is already commercially deployed in two North Sea wind farm installations, where it provides reliable, ubiquitous wireless voice and data coverage, allowing maintenance and construction co-workers to communicate across the offshore site and onshore control…

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LS telcom expands cooperation on LoRa software tools with Digita

Lichtenau / Baden, Germany, 21st December 2017 – Digita, a pioneer in wireless and digital solutions, and LS telcom, a worldwide leader in spectrum management and radio network planning solutions, have agreed to expand their cooperation on network planning tools. Digita already employs LS telcom’s software planning tool suite CHIRplus for the planning of their radio and TV networks and microwave links, and the cooperation now expands to the planning of Internet of things (IoT) networks. Digita has adopted the CHIRplus_TC application, which provides full functionality and is optimised for…

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Small Cell Forum and ITRI take leap forward in private networks

SCF’s fifth LTE Plugfest event focused on private evolved packet cores – a key enabling technology for enterprise small cell use cases London, 3rd July 2017 Small Cell Forum (SCF) has successfully completed its fifth LTE Plugfest, hosted by ITRI, Taiwan’s world-leading technology institute. The Plugfest was one of the first events in the world to test interoperability for private evolved packet cores (EPCs). These are key enablers for enterprise private networks, which are a significant growth opportunity for small cells – but only if they can work with the…

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Plasma Antennas Joins Small Cell Forum to Make 5G a Commercial Reality

Patented plasma silicon technology provides the price and performance breakthrough for 5G small cells Winchester, UK – 22nd May 2017 Plasma Antennas, the inventors of plasma silicon technology, today announced that it has joined Small Cell Forum (SCF), the global industry body driving the wide-scale adoption of small cells and heterogeneous networks. The new generation of 5G cellular networks will provide massive, instantly steerable bandwidth in mmWave frequencies, and will rely on a much denser network topology, where small cells will play a major part. But the drive to making…

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