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Friday, May 24th, 2019

WAN technology and management

Packet One Networks enhances Malaysia's WiMAX launch readiness

Packet One Networks (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (P1) has selected Oracle® Billing and Revenue Management. The move completes yet another important building block in the progress towards P1’s commercial launch of WiMAX services in Malaysia by June 2008 and longer-term goal of becoming Malaysia’s No.1 converged telecommunications service provider.

Oracle® Communications Billing and Revenue Management is a unified platform that enables service providers to improve time to market of new services, build stronger brands and lower operational costs.

The PC becomes a second screen with IOL Netcom’s On-Demand IPTV

IOL Netcom has selected Verimatrix as the content security provider for its on-demand IPTV service, India's first IP-based on-demand television service to more than 250,000 subscribers.

In addition to deploying the Verimatrix Video Content Authority System (VCAS™) for IPTV, IOL will be offering premium, MPEG-4 content via subscriber’s home PC through Verimatrix’s ViewRight™ PC Player, the only independently-audited, secure PC player for IPTV on the market.

New Zealand service provider delivers converged IP services with Juniper Networks

Juniper Networks, Inc. has announced that New Zealand’s WorldxChange has deployed Juniper Networks E320 Broadband Services Routers to enable the quality delivery of advanced Voice over IP and high value Internet services.

Cisco WAAS customer uncovers AutoCAD file save issue

Riverbed Technologies Inc. isn't the only vendor whose WAN optimization devices have problems with the latest Autodesk AutoCAD files.

Although Cisco Systems Inc. claims its WAAS products work fine with the AutoCAD files that have performance issues with Riverbed Steelhead appliances one Cisco customer performed specific testing and found similar problems while saving AutoCAD 2007/2008 files.