Several interesting expansions and some SASE enhancements:
Arcadian Infracom says one of its partners has received a significant FTTP award. The Pueblo of Laguna will be building out some 193 route miles of last mile infrastructure across six villages. The Pueblo of Laguna reservation sits 45 miles west of Albuquerque NM on I-40. Arcadian is working on a fiber route along I-40, offering diverse new paths for southwestern infrastructure.
Comcast Business has picked up a high profile customer in the sports vertical. They will be providing the Denver Broncos with a range of network solutions at Empower Field at Mile High as well as SIP Trunking between there and the Centura Health Training Center. Comcast has been investing in the Denver metro area, and also supports the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field.
Lumen is further investing in its SASE portfolio. Yesterday they unveiled additional enhancements aimed at improving their customers’ experiences. The new features include Security Service Edge and cloud-hosted gateways as well as the ability to deploy premise-based SASE service in Canada and EMEA as well as the US.
Liquid Intelligent Technologies has crossed a couple more borders over in Africa. In the east they have launched a new 1000km route from Kenya into Ethiopia, working with the power utilities KETRACO and EEEP, complementing other existing terrestrial routes. Further south they have built a 711km connection from Zambia in through Malawi to key nodes in South Africa.
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