Juniper Networks tops ABI Research's UTM Vendor Matrix; Sycamore Networks, MLL Telecom enter into a reseller agreement

Wireline industry news from across the Web:

> Juniper Networks takes the top spot on ABI Research's new Unified Threat Management (UTM) Vendor Matrix, beating out both Fortinet and Cisco. Release

> Atlantic Tele-Network's President and CEO, Michael T. Prior, and Chief Financial Officer Justin D. Benincasa will speak at the Raymond James' 32nd Annual Institutional Investors Conference in Orlando on March 9 at 8:05 a.m. ET. Release

> Chunghwa Telecom has employed Alcatel-Lucent's ISAM platform for the country's first GPON-based network to provide triple-play services to residential and business customers. Article

> EVP Frank Grillo will represent Broadvox and Cypress in discussing if a multinational enterprise can eliminate all or most of its premises-based communications equipment and instead deploy a Unified Communications (UC) solution from a hosted and managed cloud services provider during this week's Enterprise Connect show. Post

> Sycamore Networks has established a reseller agreement with UK-based MLL Telecom that allows MLL to resell Sycamore's IQstream Adaptive Content Optimization RAN-focused mobile broadband optimization solution. Release

And finally ... Bernie Arnason, Managing Partner of Pivot Media LLC and Publisher of Telecompetitor argues that independent telcos need to continue to change their mindset from being voice operators to being broadband service providers. Article

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