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    As consumers demand more defenses within their IT infrastructure, telecom companies are pushing deeper into the security market. Verizon's new UTM service is an example.

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  • The future of telco is knowing what customers value, says ASPIDER CEO

    The CEO of ASPIDER explains how a new billing plan based on what customers value is the next step for telco. Oracle provides the real-time processing.

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  • NAS market tempts telco supplier

    Continuous Computing Corp. (CCPU), a San Diego, Calif-based provider of platform solutions for telecom equipment manufacturers, launched a network-attached storage (NAS) appliance on Tuesday. The Hi-File NAS appliance for enterprise and telco applications utilizes CCPU's high-availability...

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  • Inrange pulls out of telecom, focuses storage networking

    Inrange Technologies is dropping out of the telecommunication business and is busting into a business where there's big bucks ? storage.

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  • TIA deems 2011 a good year for telecom market growth

    Telecom market growth is in for some good years, according to a new Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) report on global telecom services and equipment renewal due to wireless, 4G deployment, and broadband services and network infrastructure growth.

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  • Top five telecom industry trends for 2010: Market transformation ahead

    Five telecom industry trends for 2010 show clear signs that the coming year may well bring a market transformation unlike any the telecom industry has seen in quite some time.

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  • Next-gen telecom testing tools evolve for NGN services, IMS networks

    NGN services will require next-generation telecom testing tools that are flexible, customizable and focus on applications rather than the bits underneath them.

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  • Easier setup for Carrier Ethernet gives rise to new telecom services

    At a time when many service providers are scrambling to build and monetize new telecom services, peering point provider Telx has simplified interconnections for its customers' Carrier Ethernet services.

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  • Telecom cloud services must differentiate with security, provisioning

    By offering telecom cloud services that do more than spin up servers and software, carriers can shed their reputations as slow-moving phone companies.

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  • Video, telecom network management still challenge fixed line operators

    Qwest CTO Pieter Poll sheds light on the telecom network management challenges that rapid broadband traffic growth and streaming video present for fixed line operators.

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