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Seamless, efficient, communications that facilitates rapid decision making and customer responsiveness is crucial to businesses today. The NEC UNIVERGE SV8000 and SL1000 Series of communications servers employ the latest IP-PBX technologies. They are robust, feature rich solutions that are highly scalable and the ideal systems for businesses that wish to compete and grow.

Key Features include:

Full VoIP and TDM voice support
Rack mountable chassis
Highly scalable architecture
Enhanced centralized management
Compliant with green standards

#fiberoptic   #networkinfrastructure  

Since 2012, Google has been testing high-speed fiber-optic Internet in places like Kansas City and Austin, Texas. And surprise, surprise: Here comes AT&T, with plans to bring high-speed fiber-optic Internet to places like Kansas City and Austin, Texas.

To be fair, AT&T announced it was coming to Austin a year ago, but today the telecom giant said it would attempt to expand its fiber Internet program to 21 new metropolitan areas, encompassing some 100 cities. Meanwhile, Google recently shared its own plans to expand Google Fiber to eight new cities and metropolitan areas over the next few years.

That puts both companies in a race to provide a new type of high-speed Internet to the country, and they’re starting in some of the same places. Fiber fight!

Google Fiber’s future destinations include San Antonio, Texas; San Jose, Calif.; Atlanta, Geo.; Portland, Ore.; Charlotte, N.C.; Nashville, Tenn.; Salt Lake City, Utah; Phoenix, Ariz.; and the Raleigh-Durham region of North Carolina. AT&T’s list of “candidate” locations is far greater in number, but it’s unclear how many of them will ultimately get access to the new network.

http://recode.net/2014/04/21/as-google-and-att-race-for-fiber-optic-dominance-heres-where-they-might-go/

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Orange Kenya revamps copper network infrastructure to fibre optic

Orange Kenya has announced it will connect an additional 200 buildings in Nairobi to its Multi-Services Access Nodes (MSAN) next generation switches, a move that will enhance network reliability and reduce operational expenditure caused by vandalism.

The Pambazuka transformational programme, the project started in 2009 at a cost of KSh1.4 billion (US$16 million), will involve replacing transport copper cabling with fibre infrastructure.

Fibre optic requires less time to restore in addition to having redundancy of service factored into its last mile component.

Orange has already migrated its biggest switch centre, which was officially opened by Nairobi governor Evans Kidero today, the Milimani Exchange and the entire Upper Hill area of Nairobi. 500 buildings countrywide are also on the infrastructure facilitated by the 25 regional switches included in the migration.

During the opening Kidero lauded the move and pledged the support of his office to connectivity of more buildings in Nairobi by the company.

Orange Kenya chief executive officer Mickael Ghossein said the main objective of the programme is to support the growth of the entire market chain in coping with dynamic ICT needs.

“We aim to build on best practices and benefits, thereby bringing a wealth of innovative products and services to the country,” he said.

Orange will soon be moving its second biggest switch in Nairobi’s Central Business District (CBD).

“Nairobi constitutes about 70 per cent of our business market; with the new infrastructure, we have 99.5 per cent uptime reliability and we are able to re-connect our customers within 24 hours,” said Ghossein.

http://www.humanipo.com/news/43091/orange-kenya-revamps-copper-network-infrastructure-to-fibre-optic/

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#cisco   mobility and cloud are powerful entities on their own, the convergence of the two, otherwise known as ‘mobile cloud’, is one of IEEE Computer Society’s Top Technology Trends for 2014.
How can your organization prepare for the future of IT? See how the convergence of mobility and cloud is leading to FastIT in our Internet of Everything world. http://cs.co/62699FhB
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Without a doubt performance is the database professional's number one concern when it comes to virtualizing SQL Server. While virtualizing SQL Server is nothing new, even
today some people still think that SQL Server is too resource intensive to virtualize. That's definitely not the case. 

In this webcast you'll learn about some of the best practices for virtualizing SQL Server to obtain the maximum virtualized database performance. Some of the essential SQL Server performance virtualization techniques include:

• Maximizing host and guest scalability
• Hardware recommendations
• Storage configuration best practices
• Using VM dynamic memory
• Best use of SSDs
• Using the SQL Server 2014 In-Memory OLTP engine
• Maximizing network performance with NIC Teaming, QoS, and SR-IOV
• Flexile deployment with Software Defined Networking (SDN)

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#hotelpmsintegration #hotel   #hotelmanagement   Above Infranet Solutions Inc. provides hotel PMS integration from products such as hotel management software, restaurant management system, call accounting software for hotels, POS, SAP Business One, event management software. #aboveinfranet  as a systems integrator  and an IT infrastructure service provider we can definitely give a highly customized solutions according to our clients business needs whether in software or hardware integration. With is sister company #jinisyssoftware , a property management system provider for hospitality and real estates business, and a custom software developer we can give you the best software needs tailored-fit for your operations partnered with our #infranet solutions. 

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#nec   #smile  NEC has launched a biometric security program that uses face recognition to unlock access to PCs. The system uses face-recognition technology that NEC has been developing for some 20 years. It’s a software package that uses a computer’s webcam to verify the identity of a user by matching facial features to those in a stored image.

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#itinfrastructure-network   Above Infranet Solutions Inc. has updated the details on their solutions page located on their website.

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