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SDxCentral | January 14, 2020
AT&T today announced it has reached an agreement to provide 5G services to the Nellis Air Force Base in southern Nevada. The compound is about a 20-minute drive from the hustle and bustle of the Las Vegas Strip. Personnel at the base will also gain access to FirstNet, a nationwide public safety communications network being built by AT&T with funding from the federal government. The network operator plans to equip the base with 5G infrastructure to support communications among more than 4...
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Ekinops & IKOULA | November 17, 2021
Ekinops (Euronext Paris - FR0011466069 – EKI), a leading supplier of optical transport systems and access network solutions, announces it has been chosen by IKOULA—a cutting edge French Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider of dedicated servers, outsourced cloud computing, web and cloud hosting services since 1998—to upgrade its backbone network between data centers to support the tremendous growth in customer traffic.
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Prnewswire | April 17, 2020
Megaport Limited (ASX: MP1) ("Megaport"), a global leading Network as a Service (NaaS) provider, today announces the upcoming release of Megaport Virtual Edge (MVE), a product innovation that will enable the hosting of Network Function Virtualization (NFV), such as SD-WAN capabilities, directly on Megaport's global Software Defined Network (SDN). With MVE, customers will tap into Megaport's extensive platform reach to deploy and extend their network functions closer to the edge...
The Verge | February 05, 2020
AT&T has added 13 more cities to its low-band 5G network, including large metro areas like Boston, St. Louis, and Atlantic City, and smaller cities like Wichita, Kansas and Dayton, Ohio, bringing the total number of cities on the list to 32. The carrier continues to expand its sub-6GHz network, which has broad range but slower speeds than the mmWave version of its 5G, which thus far AT&T has limited to business customers. According to AT&T, 50 million customers now have access to its...
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