Bandwidth stories - Page 2
Lumea enhances telco services with Ciena collaboration
Lumea and Ciena have collaborated on transforming Lumea’s telecommunications services to offer customers high-speed 100G+ Wavelength services.
Southern Cross Cables & Ciena partner on NEXT submarine cable
The 13,494 kilometre-long NEXT submarine cable that traverses the Pacific Ocean, which will be completed in early 2022.
IOTDC extends data centre services in Port Melbourne and beyond
IOT Data Centers adds new facility in Melbourne to its network of geographically distributed data centers. Now accepting customers.
'Fastest ever' internet speed recorded in Australian research project
Have you ever wanted to download 1000 HD films in a single second? Maybe not, but according to a study from three universities in Australia, it’s now possible.
AddOn Networks' latest release enables higher bandwidth
AddOn Networks has launched a range of optical transceivers with the intention to upgrade 400G and 100G infrastructure worldwide.
Global lockdowns put pressure on internet infrastructure
COVID lockdowns test global net; Monash team's 'Pressure Map' reveals strain on infrastructure.
Colt succeeds in reducing latency between Tokyo and Hong Kong
As a result, Colt has realised the fastest connectivity for financial organisations in the market between these two regions.
CenturyLink extends network capacity in APAC thanks to growing demand
CenturyLink has strengthened its content delivery network (CDN) service capabilities in 11 cities across APAC to cater to growing demands.
InvoCare puts Protect and Grow strategy into action with Enablis
InvoCare, the provider of funeral, cemetery, crematoria and related services has utilised Enablis to advance its ‘Project and Grow’ strategy.
Private connectivity at the edge to experience explosive growth in Sydney
According to the latest GXI, cloud and IT is the largest industry leveraging interconnection as data explosion gets further distributed at the edge.
Voyager responds to rising bandwidth usage with 100 Gbit upgrade
Voyager Internet NZ completes a £600k core network upgrade ahead of the Rugby World Cup.
The evolution of network programming
The explosion of digital data requires companies to rethink their approach to computing, transitioning from a compute-centric to a data-centric way of thinking.
Google & Orange team up on new submarine cable connecting EU & US
Google's new cable connecting the US to the French Atlantic coast will be first for more than 15 years, and Orange will be the landing partner.
The evolution of data centers begins with migration to higher speed
Enterprise data centers are having to redesign their network architecture for new, real-time applications and services, while supporting legacy apps.
Colt launches low latency connectivity between ASX and CME exchanges
The end-to-end round trip delay (RTD) for the new route measures less than 179 ms.
China’s rising bandwidth usage is a double-edged sword for Hong Kong’s data centers
Given the limited amount of land, how much longer will Hong Kong’s data centers remain the gem of the industry?.
Getting ahead of the NBN special services switch-off
This once-in-a-generation event also provides a terrific opportunity to change things up.
Ciena supports data center company's APAC network expansion
In Asia, Colt specialises in low latency networks and provides connectivity to all major Asia exchanges.
Introducing bandwidth on demand - the latest from BT
With Bandwidth on demand, customers can increase bandwidth in real time when needed, for the period they require.
Ireland to become ‘go-to location’ for businesses to interconnect in Europe
Startling findings from Equinix reveal bandwidth used in private data exchange between businesses to be 6x that of the public internet by 2020.
The Cambium effect: Chch's Scorch ramps up bandwidth with PMP 450m
Cambium Networks' PMP 450m is being deployed by Scorch Communications to bring wireless connectivity to customers in New Zealand's Canterbury region.
Speed isn't everything: 3 vital things to look for in your ISP
ISPs will always try to woo customers with impressive connection speeds - here are 3 crucial factors to consider before signing that contract.
What enterprise needs to know about the future of the web
The sharing of basic files & the increasing instances in which sharing was required, started to drive the evolution of what the internet would become.
Digitisation of educational materials on the rise
Digital instructional materials are set to take over print within the next three years, according to a new survey from MDR.