Arbor Networks Aims at Large-Scale DDoS with Peakflow 7.0

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Arbor Networks has debuted Peakflow 7.0, which targets fast-flood distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks on service provider networks The new version identifies attacks in as little as one second and initiates mitigation in less than thirty seconds, the company said. Fast-flood attacks can ramp up to multi-hundred gigabits in size in a matter of seconds, and […]

AirTight Adds Verizon Vet as Partner VP

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AirTight Networks has named Verizon veteran Tushar Saxena as vice president of partner solutions, with a focus on the service provider market. Saxena will be tasked with business strategy and operations for the company’s approach to carriers, cable operators and ISPs, for its cloud-managed Wi-Fi products. “AirTight Networks is a dynamic company on the leading edge of Wi-Fi […]

Purevoltage Expands to TELEHOUSE Chelsea

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Game-hostingand colocation specialist Purevoltage is expanding its footprint to TELEHOUSE‘s Chelsea data center, located at 85 Tenth Avenue in New York. Purevoltage will offer Telehouse customers its ISP services and the Colo by the U service, which is a 1.75 vertical cabinet.. Purevoltage said that its move to TELEHOUSE Chelsea signifies the first of more strategic expansions as the […]

WOW! Business Expands in Maryland

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WOW! Business, which has steadily been buidling up its channel partner program and recently added Telecom Brokerage Inc. (TBI) as a master agent partner, has added Anne Arundel County, Md. to its growing service area. WOW! will offer Internet, voice, data and cloud services to businesses in Annapolis, Pasadena, Millersville and other parts of the […]

TIA: Cloud Spending to Top $107Bn

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Ah, the cloud: it keeps growing as a sector, with business and consumer spending on cloud computing expected to increase from nearly $67.8 billion this year to $107 billion in 2017. The research, from the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA), also shows that spending on data-center construction will rise 26 percent, from $23.5 billion in 2014 to $29.7 billion […]