News of Note—Lightwave, Frontier, Deutsche Telekom, CenturyLink and more

news of note

Here are some of the stories we’re following today:

> Lightwave Logic said it can now support 28 Gbps data rates for QSFP28 standards and 100 Gbps data center applications. Release

> Deutsche Telekom joined the Linux Foundation's Open Networking Foundation (ONF) as a partner. Release

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> Frontier said it expanded its partnership with Vivial, which offers a range of customer engagement tools, to resell Vivial’s Marketing Platform in “many” of Frontier's markets throughout the country. Release

> Call Flow in the U.K. selected Adtran’s XGS-PON solution to power its first generation of symmetric multigigabit fiber-to-the-home services. Release

> CenturyLink said its Managed Security Services 2.0 suite is now available in the Asia-Pacific region. “As cyber attacks become more sophisticated, CenturyLink Managed Security Services 2.0 empowers organizations to be more proactive in how they protect against, detect and respond to threats,” the company said. Release

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