Tata Communications and Bahrain Internet Exchange (BIX) extend their partnership to offer high-speed internet connectivity with very low latency for superior quality and seamless viewing, gaming, and download experience for customers in Bahrain.

Read more: Tata Communications, BIX bring superior submarine cable system to Bahrain

Leading international ICT service provider PCCW Global, in collaboration with Naitel, a licensed telecommunications service provider in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, have enhanced Middle Eastern international connectivity and expanded the region’s network reach by extending PCCW Global’s growing global Tier 1 network coverage via a new IP node in Aqaba, Jordan.

Read more: PCCW Global upgrades Middle Eastern connectivity via new network node

Huawei unveiled its latest CloudFabric 3.0 Hyper-Converged Data Center Network Solution at the Huawei Industrial Digital Transformation Conference 2021. The solution is ideal for building lossless computing and storage networks based on an all-Ethernet architecture, and has been designed to unleash 100% of computing power, according to its statement.

Read more: Huawei unveils new CloudFabric 3.0 hyper-converged data center network solution

International communications enabler BICS has been picked by Fastweb, a major Italian operator, to further enhance IPX security to protect the international mobile traffic (voice, data, SMS) of its customer base.

Read more: BICS to provide Fastweb with IPX security solution for subscriber protection

Leveraging on Nokia's radio access technology, Danish operator and internet service provider (ISP) Cibicom has agreed to collaborate on implementing a new 450MHz LTE (4G) network to address key mission-critical services throughout the country.

Read more: Nokia and Cibicom to roll out new LTE network to address mission-critical services

The 25GS-PON MSA Group announced the addition of seven new member companies including AT&T, CommScope, Cortina Access, Feneck, HiLight Semiconductor, Hisense Broadband and Semtech. These companies, along with the ten founding 25GS-PON MSA members, are enabling a move beyond the limitations of 10 Gb/s next-generation PON, the current state-of-the-art.

Read more: Additional companies to enable the move to 25 Gigabit Symmetric Passive Optical Network

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