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Aviatrix | December 02, 2021
Aviatrix, the leader in multi-cloud native networking and network security, announced new security capabilities – ThreatIQ with ThreatGuard™ – which embeds network security across the Aviatrix multi-cloud native data plane and enables every network node to provide security inspection and enforcement.
ThreatIQ with ThreatGuard inspects traffic in real-time as it crosses the network, providing deeper visibility into activities potentially missed by traditional netw...
Vapor IO | August 04, 2021
ITRenew, the global leader in circular cloud and sustainable data center infrastructure, and Vapor IO®, creators of the Kinetic Grid™ platform, today announced a breakthrough solution to deliver the benefits of on-premises computing to enterprises without requiring data centers or IT equipment on the actual premises. The combined "near-premises" solution brings the advanced, integrated compute and storage solutions of Sesame by ITRenew together with Vapor IO's edge-to-edg...
Google Cloud | July 19, 2021
Bell Canada and Google Cloud established a strategic collaboration today to power Bell's enterprise-wide digital transformation, improve its network and IT infrastructure, and enable a more sustainable future. This new multi-year collaboration will bring together Bell's 5G network leadership with Google's multi-cloud, data analytics, and artificial intelligence (AI) expertise to provide next-generation experiences to Bell customers across Canada.
Google Cloud, as a str...
CTIA | July 02, 2020
The U.S. needs to expand its 5G spectrum pipeline and license the lower 3 GHz band for commercial use in order to keep pace with other countries that are moving aggressively to make mid-band spectrum available for next-generation 5G networks, according to a new study from Analysys Mason.The study finds that the U.S. has no licensed spectrum today in a key swath of mid-band spectrum from 3.3-3.6 GHz, while other benchmark countries that have made these airwaves available average nearly 200 ...
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