News of Note—C-Spire, RADCOM, VeloCloud and more

News of note

> RoundTower Technologies will provide managed colocation, disaster recovery and other related services for enterprise business customers of the cloud services and computing solutions unit for C Spire. Release

> Radcom announced that David Amzallag, formerly head of Network Virtualization, SDN and NFV at Vodafone Group, has joined the company as a special strategic advisor. Release

> The nascent software-defined WAN market had second-quarter revenue of $78 million, with VeloCloud accounting for $24 million, or 31%, of that total, according to IHS Markit. sdx central article

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> CentralColo, a Silicon Valley-based data center provider with a second location in Virginia, is completely rebranding as Element Critical. Release

> FCC officials have laid out how proposed CAF-II auction rules, which will award funding to help cover the cost of deploying broadband in unserved rural areas, would work. Telecompetitor article

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