Int’l Bytes: Orange Business, Ericsson, Juniper, Avelacom

February 7th, 2023 by · 1 Comment

Four interesting bits of news from four different parts of the globe to keep up with:

Arcelor Mittal’s buildout of its 5G Steel private network is officially operational. With the help of Orange Business and Ericsson and supported by the French government, they have deployed a 4G/5G infrastructure in support of one of the quintessential industrial environments. The inital use cases will be in Dunkerque and Mardyck, with extension other sites later this year.

Juniper Networks has won a convert to its data center network solutions in the Baltic region. Greenergy Data Centers has deployed the their AI-driven operations to integrate physical security, redundant power, network infrastructure, and building management into a connected whole. Greenergy operates a 14,500 square meter, 31.5MW facility in Tallinn, Estonia.

Ericsson has been busy in the West African country of Senegal. They have signed an MOU with Free Senegal to build fixed wireless access for schools. The two will establish a proof-of-concept project, connecting a number of schools and providing laptops, content, and training to leverage the new connectivity.

And Avelacom is expanding its presence in the APAC region. They have opened a new office in Hong Kong and appointed Timothy Wong as VP of Sales for the region. Avelacom opened an office in Singapore some 5 years ago, and is looking to further expand its low latency connectivity solutions to the financial vertical in the Far East.

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