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Bell Canada, IBM bring hybrid cloud services to Canada-based businesses

Bell Canada and IBM have teamed up to provide hybrid cloud services to Canadian businesses by making services available through Bell Business Cloud.

Vyve Broadband's Monkey Island deployment no secret as provider expands in Oklahoma

Vyve Broadband, a service provider focused on serving Tier 2 and 3 markets, is bringing 1 Gbps services to customers in northeast Oklahoma, where broadband choices are few and far between.

'Significant' 100GE port sales contribute to core router market growth in 2015

Driven by an increase in IP traffic and the availability of higher capacity line cards, 2015 was a year when the core router industry saw a "significant increase" in 100 gigabit Ethernet port deployments, Dell'Oro Group said.

CenturyLink equips Denver Broncos stadium with 10G link to power Wi-Fi, core and edge networks

CenturyLink is helping the Denver Broncos deliver what it says is an "amazing" experience for its fans by installing an optical 10G backbone network between Sports Authority Field and the team training facility.

As CBS and Verizon compile results, Super Bowl streaming scores viewer points for quality

Live streaming may have a scored a decisive win during the Super Bowl on Sunday night, but not just in viewer numbers. Online watchers also saw a very reliable online video stream, with few major problems reported-- at least, anecdotally.

Vodafone study shows mobile broadband helps galvanise flexible working

Vodafone said a global survey revealed that the rapid adoption of mobile broadband services, fixed-line broadband and cloud services is playing an integral role in the implementation of flexible working at companies worldwide.

Report: Netherlands best in Europe for LTE coverage, but Hungary takes speed crown

A report comparing the progress of LTE network rollouts worldwide as of the fourth quarter of 2015 reveals that markets with the best coverage do not necessarily provide the fastest data speeds.

Gamma inks deal with Three UK for 4G service for businesses

Gamma, a UK-based business communications service provider (CSP), agreed a deal with Three UK to provide the primary radio access for a new mobile service it plans to launch in the first half of 2016.

Nokia says Ava platform offers cognitive approach to solving network problems

Nokia said it has combined big data storage, intelligent analytics and "extreme" automation in a cloud-based platform that will cut the time taken to identify, and solve, network problems.

Nokia building contextual 'zone applications' for venues

Nokia says it offers a way for operators and venue owners to generate new revenue by sending contextual content, advertisements, vouchers and personalized discount coupons to smartphone users in specific venues. The solution involves the deployment of high performance voice and data connectivity using small cells, LTE in licensed and unlicensed bands, the latest generation 802.11ac Wi-Fi and core network APIs.