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Arbor Networks To Protect Against BYOD, Mobile Vulnerabilities with Deep Analytics, Threat Protection

In the wake of surveys that find 60% of mobile network operators say they have come under attack. Arbor Networks Inc. has launched its Peakflow Mobile Network Analysis to give network service providers better visibility, including advanced threat protection for fixed networks, HSPA/LTE and cloud infrastructures.

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ADTRAN Launches Cloud-Based Mobile Data Offload Solution

ADTRAN Inc. is shipping a cloud-based mobile data offload solution for carriers based on the soon-to-be-ratified Wi-Fi Alliance’s Hotspot 2.0 standard.  The virtualized approach, supported by ADTRAN’s virtual wireless LAN technologies, avoids the need for hardware-based controllers in the network.

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Expand Begins ‘Pay As You Sell’ WAN Optimization Plan

Expand Networks is looking to jumpstart channel demand for wide-area networking optimization  with a pay-as-you-sell pricing model for  service providers, telcos and public/private cloud providers.  The new pricing arises from Expands’ aggressive adoption of virtualization techniques for WANs.

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SNIA Works on Cloud Storage Interfaces, Best Practices

The Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA), has formed the Cloud Storage Technical Work Group (TWG) to develop storage networking architectures and best practices to enable companies to more easily load, access, integrate and secure cloud storage solutions.

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OSGi Grows in Popularity Among ESB Providers

The OSGi Service Platform is becoming the platform of choice for enterprise service bus (ESB) offerings, according to the OSGi Alliance. Progress Software, Red Hat and TIBCO Software are using or plan to use OSGi technology in their ESBs, officials said.

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Oracle Upgrades WebLogic SIP Server for Multimedia

Oracle Corp. is shipping Communications Converged Application Server 4.0, based on BEA's WebLogic SIP Server. The upgraded CCAS allows network operators, equipment providers, SI and ISVs to develop, deliver and operate multimedia communications services in real time.

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Software AG Highlights SOA-Based Teleco Framework

Software AG, recently showcased an SOA-based implementation of support for the TM Forum's New Generation Operations Systems and Software (NGOSS) model at the TM Forum's Management World 2008 in Nice, France in mid-May.

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Survey: Gartner Says IT Spending Continues to Grow in 2008

IT spending continues to grow despite the weak economy, according to a Gartner Inc. survey of IT executives released at Gartner's Outsourcing & IT Services Summit 2008 in London. Top-line IT growth is being driven by interest in SOA, SaaS and Web 2.0.

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Software AG Shows SOA Framework for Telcos

Software AG, showcased an SOA-based implementation of its support for the TM Forum's New Generation Operations Systems and Software (NGOSS) model at the TM Forum's Management World 2008.

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OASIS Tunes SOA for Telecoms

Many of the worlds largest players in SOA and telecommunications are joining in an initiave to optimize SOA for telecoms. Member companies include: IBM, Alcatel-Lucent, Avaya, Computer Associates, Microsoft, Nortel, Oracle, Progress Software, and Verisign.

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Health Firms Target Smart Data Integration

A visionary group of IT and health care professionals are crafting a new approach to interop and integration of medical data between providers. The project could even improve patient access to their own medical data. IDN looks at health care IT's latest champions, who say the semantic web will provide better cross-platform data access that will be good for providers, patients and could even lower health care costs.

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Gartner Warns Linux Can Cost More To Integrate

The Gartner Group has released a report on Linux that will be of special interest to commercial Java, .NET and legacy systems developers. Gartner found that while Linux may save some money in the purchase of stand-alone hardware/software, integrating Linux systems with installed applications may be more expensive than with Unix or Windows because of a lack of support, integration tools and knowledgeable service providers. See how Gartner suggests you deal with the issue.

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