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D-Link updates QRS mobile app

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, USA: D-Link today announced a new update to its QRS (Quick Router Setup) Mobile App that makes configuring a home network even easier. Customers setting up a QRS Mobile-enabled router, More...

Pacnet enables hybrid IT environment deployment with AWS Direct Connect

BANGALORE, INDIA: Pacnet today announced support for Amazon Web Services (AWS) Direct Connect, giving customers the opportunity to leverage its network and data center infrastructure to establish dedicated private network connections More...

Huawei digitalizes Calicut University with campus wi-fi solution

BANGALORE, INDIA: Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider has collaborated with Calicut University, in an effort for the latter to go digital. Calicut University has deployed More...

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Aviat Networks enters agreement with Ubuntu Technologies

SANTA CLARA, USA: Aviat Networks Inc., the leading expert in microwave networking solutions, announced an agreement with Ubuntu Technologies to form Aviat-Ubuntu (Proprietary) Ltd, a co-branded telecom solutions provider in More...

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Spark Integration establishes Silicon Valley office

VANCOUVER, CANADA & LOS GATOS, USA: Spark Integration Technologies, Inc., a leading developer of software enabling simple, secure and resilient networks, has opened a Silicon Valley office. Located in Los Gatos, Calif., More...

Array Networks claims to be unaffected by Heartbleed

MILPITAS, USA: Array Networks Inc. today announced that its products are not exposed to the OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability. Unlike hardware and software vendors who have integrated OpenSSL into their core product and service More...

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DIGISOL debuts 3G Mi-Fi router

MUMBAI, INDIA: DIGISOL has introduced its 150Mbps wireless 3G Mi-Fi broadband router. The DG-HR1060MS has a compact design and ideal device to carry and connect to Internet instantly said the press release. It further added More...

VVIDIA enables distribution of original video content in multiple languages

SINGAPORE: VVIDIA, one of the world's leading digital media technology startup, and simplyME a content distributor have joined forces to provide high-end original and localized video content in local languages to all U.S. subscribers More...

Broadband goes wireless – but, are poorer countries being left behind?

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