1. Articles in category: Global

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    1. TelePacific taps 360networks to expand its Calif. network footprint

      Explore FierceTelecom (Aug 31 2011)

      TelePacific taps 360networks to expand its Calif. network footprint Establishing this agreement with an alternative service provider such as 360networks has a number of benefits. Not only does it enable TelePacific to quickly expand their network, but also leverage 360networks' portfolio of next-gen optical wavelength or Ethernet services.     (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   NuVox   TelePacific

    2. Orange Business Makes Big Latin American Bet

      Explore Telecom Ramblings (Aug 29 2011)

      Orange Business Makes Big Latin American Bet The upgrades by Orange Business will start in October in Brazil and Chile, to be followed by Argentina, Peru, and Panama, with connectivity to North America on both coasts. The expansion will add the bandwidth needed to power their MPLS and Ethernet products, and especially video services like telepresence. (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   France Telecom   Level (3)

    3. Orange Business adds multiservice access option to its Ethernet service

      Explore FierceTelecom (Aug 26 2011)

      Orange Business adds multiservice access option to its Ethernet service France Telecom (NYSE: FTE) unit Orange Business Services has introduced a new multiservice Ethernet access element through its Integrated Access option for its International Ethernet Link customers. Multinational corporation (MNC) customers that sign up for the new Integrated Access option, says Orange, will be able to optimize their network access costs and leverage hybrid network services to fill out their geographic diverse network. As more businesses replace legacy T1 and frame relay circuits with Ethernet, Orange Business' Integrated Access option will allow them to use three network access technologies--International Ethernet Link, IP VPN and Internet Direct--over one Ethernet local connection ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Vertical Systems Group   France Telecom   Orange Business Services

    4. PCCW interconnects Ethernet network with FPT Telecom

      Explore Telecompaper (Aug 25 2011)

      PCCW interconnects Ethernet network with FPT Telecom (Telecompaper) Hong Kong-based PCCW Global and Vietnamese communications firm FPT Telecom have interconnected their Ethernet networks for improved international network coverage and service availability... (Read Full Article)

    5. Vertical Systems: Verizon surges on the global Ethernet rankings

      Explore FierceTelecom (Aug 25 2011)

      Vertical Systems: Verizon surges on the global Ethernet rankings In the latest Mid-2011 Global Provider Ethernet Leaderboard provided by Vertical Systems Group, the biggest change in the ranking is that Verizon (NYSE: VZ) made a large jump into second place, a feat it achieved through aggressive expansion efforts into various countries in Europe and the Asia Pacific region.    Leading the top three segment of the list were France Telecom's Orange (NYSE: FTE), Verizon and last year's number two-ranked Colt (Nasdaq: COLT), which fell into the third spot. Rounding out the third through sixth places on the list were NTT (NYSE: NTT), AT&T (NYSE: T) and Global ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Vertical Systems Group   Qwest   France Telecom

    6. Orange Still King of the Hill On Mid-2011 Global Provider Ethernet LEADERBOARD

      Explore CEN Feature (Aug 25 2011)

      Orange Still King of the Hill On Mid-2011 Global Provider Ethernet LEADERBOARD The world’s top providers of Ethernet ports have two essential assets in common: fiber infrastructures and Ethernet connectivity to IP/MPLS VPNs. These findings and the current rankings of the top six global Ethernet providers were announced today in Vertical Systems Group’s Mid-2011 Global Provider Ethernet Leaderboard report. (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   China Telecom   NTT   Vertical Systems Group

    7. GTS receives MEF certification for Ethernet services

      Explore Telecompaper (Aug 22 2011)

      GTS receives MEF certification for Ethernet services GTS Central Europe (GTS) has attained Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) 9 and MEF 14 certification for its portfolio of Ethernet services. All required tests for awarding the certificate were carried out on live services provisioned across GTS' production network by Iometrix, which is the accredited-testing authority of MEF. The GTS Group operates an Ethernet network covering the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Romania. (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Metro Ethernet Forum

    8. Cable & Wireless Worldwide extends Ethernet reach into the Americas

      Explore FierceTelecom (Aug 21 2011)

      Cable & Wireless Worldwide extends Ethernet reach into the Americas Cable & Wireless Worldwide (LSE: CW.L) believes that the next best bet for its Ethernet service portfolio resides in Americas-based multinational corporations (MNCs). Targeting the financial industry's hunger for low latency service, the first Ethernet service in Cable & Wireless Worldwide's portfolio will be its International Ethernet Private Line (IEPL) service. (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Qwest   Level (3)

    9. C&W expands Ethernet Services in Americas

      Explore Telecompaper (Aug 19 2011)

      C&W expands Ethernet Services in Americas Cable&Wireless has announced its roadmap to extend its portfolio of global Ethernet services for multinational enterprises and carrier customers based in the Americas. The first Ethernet service to be launched by Cable&Wireless Worldwide will be the ...and more » (Read Full Article)

    10. PCCW Global, Internexa interconnect Carrier Ethernet networks

      Explore Telecompaper (Aug 15 2011)

      PCCW Global, Internexa interconnect Carrier Ethernet networks PCCW Global, a subsidiary of Hong Kong telecommunications provider PCCW, has agreed to interconnect its Carrier Ethernet network with Internexa, an ICT company in South and Central America. The agreement allows the two operators to leverage each other's Ethernet footprint. (Read Full Article)

    11. Top 10: Tata Communications-Leaders of Ethernet Market

      Explore Voice&Data; Online (Jul 29 2011)

      Top 10: Tata Communications-Leaders of Ethernet Market Tata Communications set out to be the leader in the ethernet market. It introduced ethernet network in 24 nodes globally and has been the forerunner in the adoption of 802.1ah Provider Backbone Bridging (PBB) technology. It signed a 2-year contract to build and manage IP based network with Axiata Group. This deal will be extended to markets including Dialog Telekom in Sri Lanka, PT XL Axiata in Indonesia, Celcom Axiata in Malaysia, and MobileOne in Singapore. (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Tata

    12. NTT introduces global Ethernet VPL service

      Explore FierceTelecom (Jul 27 2011)

      NTT introduces global Ethernet VPL service NTT Communications is giving businesses another global option for their Ethernet needs with the debut of their new Ethernet Virtual Private Line (EVPL) service, Global Virtual Link. Previously introduced in the U.S. via NTT Americas (NYSE: NTT), the service will now be offered in nine new countries, including six in Europe (France, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, and the UK) and three in Asia (Hong Kong, Japan, and Singapore). By integrating the WAN (wide area network) reach into an existing Ethernet-based LAN (local area network), customers that subscribe to Global Virtual Link will be able to get global point-to-point ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   NTT

    13. NTT Com launches Global Virtual Link in multiple countries

      Explore Telecompaper (Jul 26 2011)

      NTT Com launches Global Virtual Link in multiple countries (Telecompaper) NTT Communications (NTT Com) has launched its Ethernet virtual private line service, called Global Virtual Link... (Read Full Article)

    14. Level 3 maintains it will complete Global Crossing deal despite DOJ investigation, XO protest

      Explore FierceTelecom (Jul 14 2011)

      Level 3 maintains it will complete Global Crossing deal despite DOJ investigation, XO protest A deal is a deal, right? Well, Level 3 Communications' (Nasdaq: LVLT) proposed acquisition of Global Crossing (Nasdaq: GLBC) is far from done as the Justice Department is now expanding its investigation of the deal. (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Level (3)

    15. PCCW, Tinet establish joint Carrier Ethernet extension partnership

      Explore FierceTelecom (Jun 30 2011)

      PCCW, Tinet establish joint Carrier Ethernet extension partnership PCCW Global, a subsidiary of Hong Kong's PCCW Ltd., and Tinet, a wholesale IP/Ethernet operator now owned by Neutral Tandem, have effectively "bridged" their Carrier Ethernet offerings to provide greater coverage and reach for their respective enterprise and wholesale customers. (Read Full Article)

    16. Level 3 takes European network into Slovenia and Croatia

      Explore FierceTelecom (Jun 29 2011)

      Level 3 takes European network into Slovenia and Croatia Level 3 Communications (Nasdaq: LVLT) is capitalizing on growing demand for its services in Europe by establishing points of presence (PoP) in both Ljubljana, Slovenia and Zagreb, Croatia. Seen as a growth engine for Internet traffic, the new POPs in Eastern Europe will enable Level 3 to provide a its suite of business services, including Ethernet private line and wavelength transport services, high-speed Internet protocol, direct Internet access and virtual private network (VPN), in addition to content and media delivery services via its CDN business to Croatian and Slovenian customers. Of course, Level 3's presence will also benefit area ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Level (3)

    17. Randy Nicklas, XO Communications: Wireline's most powerful people

      Explore FierceTelecom (Jun 22 2011)

      Randy Nicklas, XO Communications: Wireline's most powerful people During his 12 years at XO Communications, first as Vice President of Engineering and ow as Chief Technology Officer, Randy Nicklas, a former MCI and NASA technologist, has driven a number of key technology and service initiatives for the competitive provider. Not content to rest on its laurels, XO had expanded its Carrier Ethernet over Copper (EoC) network by more than 30 percent, increasing its EoC coverage in 39 existing markets, for example.    (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   XO Communications   MCI

    18. BT expands its Etherflow broadband networking service in Germany

      Explore Telecoms (Jun 21 2011)

      BT expands its Etherflow broadband networking service in Germany BT has further expanded its BT Etherflow broadband networking service in Germany, which the company says enables corporate customers to use BT's Carrier Ethernet-based WAN service in the country's main business centres. The new broadband networking service leverages high bandwidth to connect data centres and backup facilities, link geographically dispersed sites and build high performance Virtual Private Networks (VPN). The new broadband networking service leverages high bandwidth to connect data centres and backup facilities, link geographically d... (Read Full Article)

    19. Backhaul is cloud computing's biggest stumbling block – BT

      Explore Total Telecom (Jun 20 2011)

      Backhaul is cloud computing's biggest stumbling block – BT BT on Tuesday issued a warning to mobile operators hoping to capitalise on cloud computing: bolster your backhaul networks or risk driving away potential customers. "Backhaul is the biggest bottleneck and the biggest inhibitor to cloud computing taking off," said Sean Bergin, head of Southeast Asia at BT's global telecom markets division, during a keynote presentation at CommunicAsia in Singapore. "I spend at least half of my time speaking to mobile operators; the majority of these [cloud] services are being accessed via handsets," he explained. The advent of smartphones and the subsequent increase in data traffic is "killing backhaul ... (Read Full Article)

    20. Pacnet, PLDT Alpha Enterprise partner for Ethernet services

      Explore Telecompaper (Jun 13 2011)

      Pacnet, PLDT Alpha Enterprise partner for Ethernet services Through the partnership with Pacnet, PLDT Alpha Enterprise can offer a new Global Ethernet International Private Leased Line (GEIPL) service, which is offered as a Point-to-Point or Point-to-Multipoint service connecting the Philippines with Australia, China, Europe, Hong Kong, Japan, India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, and the United States. (Read Full Article)

    21. AT&T can bring Carrier Ethernet to multinationals in Indonesia

      Explore FierceTelecom (Jun 8 2011)

      AT&T can bring Carrier Ethernet to multinationals in Indonesia While AT&T had already been offering VPN and other data services like Carrier Ethernet to MNCs that have Indonesia locations through third-party relationships with other local Indonesian service providers, the new license will enable AT&T Indonesia to provide these services directly to business customers. (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   LAN

    22. Global Crossing expands technical support for World IPv6 Day

      Explore Telecompaper (Jun 2 2011)

      Global Crossing expands technical support for World IPv6 Day Global IP and Ethernet services provider Global Crossing is expanding its technical support for customers and visitors testing their ability to... (Read Full Article)

    23. Research: Carrier router and switch market back on track, up 10 percent YoY

      Explore Internet Telephony VoIP (May 26 2011)

      Research: Carrier router and switch market back on track, up 10 percent YoY IP edge routers, carrier Ethernet switches (CES)/Ethernet Access Transport (EAT), and multiservice ATM switches; IP edge routers and CES by application (multiservice edge, BRAS, Ethernet access transport, Ethernet services edge), as well as port ...and more » (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Infonetics

    24. Infonetics Research: Carrier router and switch market back on track, up 10 ...

      Explore tmcnet.com (May 25 2011)

      Infonetics Research: Carrier router and switch market back on track, up 10 ... "Although carrier router and switch revenue was down sequentially in Q1 (as it usually is in the first quarter), the market is up year-over-year, and the last three quarters represent the three all-time highest-revenue quarters ever, a good sign that the market is back on track," notes Michael Howard, co-founder and principal analyst for carrier networks at Infonetics Research. (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Infonetics

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