CyberSecure and Tellabs Form Innovative Partnership to Deliver Unmatched Network Security

CyberSecure | October 08, 2020

CyberSecure IPS and Tellabs have announced a global, go-to-market partnership with far-reaching consequences for the network technology and security industries. As part of the alliance, CyberSecure's Unified Cyber-Physical Protection™ will be added to the portfolio of Enterprise, Broadband and Network products and services offered by Tellabs. Tellabs clients, including service providers, government agencies, hospitals, schools, and residences, will now have the option to complement industry-leading Optical LAN technologies with best-in-class cyber-physical protection.

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Algeria Telecom Deploys NEC & Juniper Networks' 5G-Ready IP MTA

Algeria Telecom | May 31, 2022

NEC Corporation, a world's leading IT and network transformation service company, and Juniper Networks, a leader in secure, AI-driven networks, have worked with Algeria Telecom, the leader in the Algerian telecommunications market, to roll out its modernized, nationwide IP metro commercial network to support current demand for increased capacity and future 5G and FTTx requires. Algeria Telecom has a mid-term strategy objective to develop a homogenized, optimized transport network with automated capabilities to ensure bandwidth and future-proof its infrastructure in a rising market. NEC and Juniper implemented Algeria Telecom's next-generation IP metro network while maintaining quality of service and the greatest user experience. Algeria Telecom chose Juniper Networks' high-performing, security solutions for SDN-ready, cloud-grade networking and feature-rich, simple and secure connectivity at scale as the innovative foundation of its new platform. The access nodes create separate pre-aggregation, aggregation, and access domains for optimal reliability. Algeria Telecom implemented the Juniper Paragon Automation cloud-native solution package, Paragon Pathfinder and Paragon Planner, to get deep network insight and simplify operations. This ensures 5G and multicloud user experiences. All Juniper systems operate on Junos OS to deliver an easily managed, open solution. Mr. Adel Bentoumi, CEO of Algeria Telecom said that "The successful completion of the IP metro network modernization project by our partners, NEC Corporation and Juniper Networks, will allow us to make the migration to IPV6 and the initiation of digital transformation, as well as the implementation of high speed internet, as we best satisfy the needs of Algeria Telecom customers." The rapid growth of network traffic is a clear indication of the need for modernization and expansion of network capacity. NEC and Juniper have been extremely attentive to our needs, both technical and commercial, working as an extension of our team with their outstanding local engineering abilities, as well as their relentless efforts to assure quality of experience and on-time delivery. Overall, the innovative solutions from Juniper to enable this automated metro cloud architecture have helped us achieve our strategic goals and thrive as we pave the way for 5G.” AllahoumHocine, Head of IP Core, Algeria Telecom Brendan Gibbs, Senior Vice President, Automated WAN Solutions, Juniper Networks said that “Networks have always been a key asset for service providers, but going forward they will be the foundation for every aspect of business transformation in the 5G and cloud era. Algeria Telecom is jumping ahead of the curve by investing in an open, agile and automated network architecture that can drive simplified operations, improved economics and superior end-user experiences.”

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Hughes Successfully Tests 5G Satellite Backhaul

Hughes Network Systems | June 20, 2022

Hughes Network Systems, LLC. announced the successful testing of 5G satellite backhaul with the company's JUPITER™ System ground platform. Hughes engineers connected 5G devices to the internet with JUPITER System infrastructure – comprising a tiny aperture terminal (VSAT), gateway, and high throughput satellite – in a series of tests at its Germantown, MD, gateway. The testing confirmed Hughes' technology's interoperability with a 5G open radio access network (O-RAN) system, which represents any 3GPP-based, freestanding 5G deployment. Mobile network operators use JUPITER System equipment to power hundreds of backhaul sites for 2G, 3G, and LTE traffic worldwide, with a clear path to 5G now available. The tests were performed using COMSovereign's deployable, standards-based 5G Open RAN-compliant system. COMSovereign is an American provider of 4G LTE advanced and 5G communication systems and solutions. The National Institute of Standards and Technology ("NIST") uses the same approach to evaluate and demonstrate 5G systems. "We look forward to potential opportunities to work with Hughes and to assist the entire satellite communications industry in harnessing state-of-the-art 5G and beyond technology. Satellite and mobile operators can deploy our 5G solution on their existing hardware without disrupting their architectures, along with excellent quality of experience and maximum utilization of available bandwidth." Dr. Dustin McIntire, CTO of COMSovereign The JUPITER System is utilized on more than 75 satellites worldwide. It is the most popular ground platform, establishing the de facto standard for traditional and high-throughput applications such as satellite internet, business networking, community Wi-Fi hotspots, and cellular backhaul.

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Tango Networks Partners with BT Wholesale to Deliver Best-In-Class MVNO Business Mobile Services in the UK

Tango Networks | July 11, 2022

Tango Networks today announced an agreement with BT Wholesale to use the EE network for delivering best-in-class mobile unified communications for UK-based business users. The agreement enables Tango Networks to operate its Mobile-X™ Extend service, utilising EE’s network, the largest, fastest and most reliable mobile network in the UK according to Rootmetrics. “Consumer-oriented use cases, features and pricing models have dominated the development of the mobile communications industry,” said Andrew Bale, Tango Networks’ Executive Vice President. “That all changes with Tango Extend, a mobile network built for business and designed to be controlled by businesses. Now with our partnership with BT Wholesale enabling access to the EE network, the reach and quality of these communications will be second to none and truly business class.” Incorporating fixed-mobile convergence technologies, the Tango Extend MVNO service integrates any mobile phone into a company’s unified communications platform, turning the mobile into a full-featured business line. Users carry the equivalent of a traditional landline desk phone in their mobiles and all business calls and texts use the business identity and numbers. The service is completely mobile native, requiring no special apps, steps or training of users. Companies directly control the business mobile communications of their users, including capturing and recording business voice and text. Alex Tempest, Managing Director, BT Wholesale, said: “We’re pleased to be providing Tango Networks customers with access to our fantastic EE mobile network. We’ll be supporting them as they roll out services for companies with distributed workforces, including remote and mobile-based colleagues.” The new agreement with BT Wholesale enables Tango Networks' channel partners to offer business mobile services with the EE network’s market-leading coverage, speed, and reliability. “Business communications users have distinctly different needs from consumer users, Features like call transfer, hold and call recording are standard with business landline communications. Now we can bring these same capabilities to any mobile phone, delivering a mobile communications experience and feature-set that is truly business ready.” Luke Faragher, CEO of Onsim, a UK-based reseller of the Tango Extend service Companies utilise Tango Extend for mobile unified communications, Mobile First and Mobile Only communications, and work-from-home, hybrid and work-from-anywhere models. The service extends business-quality communications to mobile employees, deskless employees and frontline workers, many for the first time. Tango Extend empowers companies to transform operations, streamline collaboration and boost employee productivity across the board.

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