A few more interesting items at midweek worth noting:
Windstream Enterprise is wading deeper into the world of SASE with a new offering. They have tapped Cato Networks to deliver a comprehensive managed SASE solution across their North American network infrastructure. The solution combines SD-WAN, firewall, security, cloud access, and a software defined perimeter to better meet the needs of the business community.
Up in Canada, CityWest is leveraging technology from Fujitsu Network Communications for some rural connectivity. They are deploying Fujitsu’s 1FINITY DWDM platform and Virtuora Network Controller to bring fiber connectivity to remote areas of northern British Columbia. It’s part of a Canadian government program and targets residents and businesses in the Tahltan Nation Territory.
Down under, Macquarie Telecom has picked up a deal with Kelsian Group Limited, an integrated land and marine, tourism, and public transport service provider. Kelsian Group derives from the acquisition of Transit Systems a couple years ago, for whom Macquarie Telecom had been providing SD-WAN services. That relationship has been expanded to power Kelsian Group’s mobile network needs via additional cloud-based services.
And Juniper Networks has won a convert to its Apstra data center solution. Raiffeisen Informatik has deployed Juniper’s technology to automate its network and data center infrastructure. R-IT provides IT services for the financial and insurance sectors, providing and operating multivendor network services across a common footprint.
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