Here's a quick catchup on some new from the vendors this week:
Overture Networks picked up a nice Ethernet win over in Europe. ICOM Networks A/S is deploying their EoC gear to bring bandwidth to municipal and enterprise customers across Denmark's five national regions. ICOM's coverage will be expanded to more than 10% of the countries municipalities. We have heard less about EoC from Europe than in the US, or at least so it seems.
Cisco Systems (NASDAQ:CSCO, news, filings) took home a major collegiate contract on Tuesday on the west coast. Pac-12 Enterprises is collaborating with the equipment giant to power the Pac-12 Networks with Cisco's Videoscape. The technology will help out at all stages, bringing 35 football games, 130 men's basketball games, and 685 other live sporting events to fans from each of the 12 campuses.
TMX Atrium is using gear from Juniper Networks (NASDAQ:JNPR, news, filings) to speed up its global financial transactions. They've deployed switches, routers, and gateways throughout the financial networking specialist's infrastructure, including QFX3500 Top-of-Rack switches now. They claim TCO has been reduced by 30% as a result.
And Actelis picked up a customer out in Utah for its broadband acceleration products, which boost the range and capacity of ADSL. Gunnison Telephone Company is deploying the technology to bring more bandwidth to its more remote customers. The example given was enabling streaming video surveillance for a customer where basic connectivity didn't offer enough bandwidth.