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Level 3 to deliver Gigabit Ethernet services to Baltimore Technology Park

02.06.2010

Level 3 Communications has announced that it has been selected to deliver high-speed Ethernet services to Baltimore Technology Park, a highly redundant data centre facility in downtown Baltimore that enables large and small enterprises to achieve a scalable network presence in a secured facility...

Net Consulting wins Royal Navy IT contract

02.06.2010

A South Wales consultancy is helping the Royal Navy assess the operational efficiency of IT communications on board its surface warships. Analysis and recommendations from Net Consulting are expected to influence the configuration of IT systems on Britain’s next generation of aircraft carriers....

CloudSigma launches Pan-European IaaS in Interxion's Zurich data centre

02.06.2010

Interxion, a European provider of carrier-neutral colocation data centre services, has announced that CloudSigma, a Swiss cloud computing Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider, launched its pan-European operation in Interxion's Zurich data centre. CloudSigma selected Interxion for its...

KDDI America enhances its network in New York Metro area

01.06.2010

KDDI America has announced that it has launched KDDI America MetroWave, metro wavelength network, in the New York metropolitan area offering a wide variety of flexible and affordable, high-performance network services to customers in some of New York City's largest carrier hotels.

 

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Glo wins telecoms licence in Senegal

01.06.2010

Africa’s telecommunications giant Globacom has recorded another milestone in its bid to build the biggest and best network in Africa as it wins a licence to operate in Senegal. The latest licence was issued by the Government of Senegal. A statement from the Office of Globacom's Chairman, Dr....

Intel preps many-core 'Knights Corner' processor

01.06.2010

Intel has said it plans to offer many-core processors targeting applications in high performance computing. The first product, codenamed "Knights Corner," will be implemented on Intel's 22-nm manufacturing process and integrate more than 50 processors, the company said.

 

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