NSN, Juniper launch Carrier Ethernet Transport 2.0 solution; Service providers fashion themselves as cloud service brokers

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> Nokia Siemens Networks and Juniper launched their jointly developed Carrier Ethernet Transport 2.0 (CET) solution as part of their Carrier Ethernet Solutions joint venture that they say will help service providers balance capacity and cost in their networks. Article

> Verizon has debuted a new set of enhanced Enterprise Identity Management solutions that they say can help their enterprise customers thwart ID theft and fraud threats. Article

> Atlantic Tele-Network announced that it will report its Q4 2010 financial results on Tuesday, March 1, around 5:00 ET. Release

> RADCOM's CFO Jonathan Burgin, who has been with the company since 2006, has resigned from the company and will be leaving on May 21. The Israeli-based vendor plans to announce Burgin's replacement before he formally leaves the company. Release

> Taqua has been chosen by three independent service providers, including Kalida Telephone Company, Medicine Park Telephone Company and Community Telephone Companies, to replace Siemens legacy Class 5 voice switches. Release

And finally ... A JamCracker report outlines how service providers can serve as cloud service brokers (CSBs), a model that lets the cloud provider offer a number of cloud services on one platform, to the diverse SMB market. Article

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