Two new products and a rollout from some tech from a familiar name:
Comcast Business has unveiled a new product aimed at better enabling enterprises to support remote workers. Comcast Business At Home allows enterprises to provide such workers a dedicated, independent internet connection and separate WiFi network for use by employees in their home offices, isolating that traffic from all the streaming, gaming, and browsing the rest of the family might be doing, and separating the bill too so the enterprise can pick up the tab while improving reliability and security.
Clearfield has introduced a new Aerial Fiber Distribution Hub. The new FDH is aimed at removing obstacles for PON fiber networks, enabling less disruptive deployment techniques. There's lots of FTTX yet to go, and networks are only getting more dense.
And Velocix has won a convert to its IP video streaming and Cloud DVR technology. TDS Telecom is rolling out the service to consumers in central Oregon. It's the first phase of a broader rollout to TDS's 1.2M connections. Velocix was extracted from Nokia in a deal a year and a half ago, bringing back a key CDN name from a decade ago.
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