A few items to keep up with from midweek:
Dispersive Networks says that its DVN solution took part in a Special Operations Force Joint Innovation Battle Lab. Dispersive's technology splits up encrypted traffic across multiple network paths, eliminating man-in-the-middle attack risks while supporting disparate network infrastructures. It's a 2-week event held down in Virginia. We had Dispersive Networks CEO Ed Wood here for a spotlight a couple months ago.
Peerless Network has added a new service to its UCaaS portfolio. They are now offering Cloud PBX for the enterprise market, featuring zero-touch provisioning and easy customization via the company's portal. Earlier this year, Peerless expanded across the Atlantic into the UK as well.
France-IX has been seeing quick uptake for its recently released Peering-as-a-Supplementary-Service (PASS) offering. PASS enables members at the Paris and Marseilles locations to interconnect with each other with 12ms RTD latency while having a physical port in just one of the two markets. France-IX has seen 75% of potential demand already signed up.
And INAP's iWeb division has picked up a new customer up in Canada. Loto-Québec will be using the company's network and infrastructure protection services. Loto-Québec is the arm of the Quebec provincial government that operates the lottery and other games, which are of course things one wants to keep secure.
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