Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Aptilo Powers Wi-Fi in the London Underground

Aptilo Networks confirmed that its Wi-Fi service management solutions are being used by 3UK to serve some 500K subscribers with Wi-Fi in the London Underground.

3UK, which had no Wi-Fi capabilities prior to the launch in 2014, built its Wi-Fi service from the ground-up using the Aptilo Managed Service through an existing Wi-Fi access network deployed across the London Underground by Virgin Media. Mobile users in the Underground stations are able to register for service using a customized web portal integrated with 3UK's my3 customer care portal. Once registered, the Aptilo Wi-Fi service management solution remembers users and provides returning users with a seamless, automatic login.

The operator is using a high-capacity Wi-Fi network to bridge the gap between 3UK's leading 4G network and metro stations where mobile coverage can be difficult to obtain.

"For 3UK this is a clear win-win; they reduce costs by deploying through a third-party network and are able to provide a Wi-Fi service which is fully integrated with existing mobile data services," said Frédéric Servat, Regional Account Director, EMEA, Aptilo Networks.

http://www.aptilo.com

Sandvine wins $4 million deal for application-based pricing and business intelligence at Tier 1 operator

Sandvine announced orders totaling over $4 million from a Tier 1 converged mobile/fixed communications service provider (CSP) headquartered in Sandvine's APAC sales region.

Sandvine said this customer will use its PTS 32000 series platform and software licenses to launch application-based service plans for subscribers so that they can select the plan that best suits their Internet usage preferences. Additionally, Sandvine's business intelligence products, including Network Analytics and the Record Generator feature, will give the CSP unparalleled, actionable insight into Internet traffic on its network. Together, the business intelligence capabilities provide the CSP with the flexibility to view key metrics on network traffic and quality of experience for the user in pre-configured dashboards or in customized formats, either within the Sandvine product or as part of the CSP's Big Data solution.

http://www.sandvine.com

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Mellanox Supplies Ethernet Switches/Adapters for Baidu's Machine Learning

Baidu, the leading Chinese Internet search engine, has selected Mellanox Technologies' Spectrum Ethernet switches and ConnectX-4 100Gb/s Ethernet adapters of the Baidu Machine Learning platform.  The Spectrum switches and RDMA-enabled ConnectX-4 adapters enable efficient data movement placed for machine learning. Mellanox said its solutions enabled Baidu to demonstrate a 200 percent improvement in machine learning training times, resulting in faster decision making.

“We are pleased to continue working with Mellanox to enable the most efficient platforms for our applications,” said Mr. Liu Ning, system department deputy director at Baidu. “Mellanox Ethernet solutions with RDMA allow us to fully leverage our Machine Learning platform and work with various machine models while saving valuable CPU cycles and associated computing costs.”

“Machine Learning has become a critical predictive and computational tool for many businesses worldwide,” said Amir Prescher, senior vice president business development, Mellanox Technologies. “Working with Baidu, the premiere internet search provider in China, has enabled Mellanox to showcase the advantages and cost effectiveness of our Spectrum switches and ConnectX-4 100Gb/s adapters solutions to enable the most efficient machine learning platforms.”

http://www.mellanox.com/page/press_release_item?id=1837

driver support for ConnectX-4 Ethernet and RoCE (RDMA over Converged Ethernet) on the VMware vSphere virtualization platform.

The new vSphere software for ConnectX-4 delivers three critical new capabilities; increased Ethernet network speeds at 25/50 and 100 Gb/s, virtualized application communication over RoCE, and advanced network virtualization and SDN (Software Defined Networking) acceleration 

SiTime Delivers Automotive MEMS Oscillators

SiTime introduced two families of AEC-Q100-qualified MEMS oscillators that offer a combination of the widest frequency range, tightest stability at ±20 ppm and the best reliability.

The SiT2024/25 and SiT8924/25 oscillators are designed for ASIL (Automotive Safety Integrity Level) compliant automotive applications such as advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), in-vehicle Ethernet, powertrain and electronic control units (ECUs).

The new MEMS-based oscillators are available in a SOT23-5 leaded package to enable visual inspection and the best solder joint reliability, especially in hot and cold environments. The SiT8924/25 oscillators, available in industry-standard QFN footprints as small as 2.0 x 1.6 mm, are ideal for camera modules and other small form factor systems.

Some highlights:

  • SiTime’s automotive oscillators are 30 times more robust than quartz oscillators and deliver the following features and benefits.
  • AEC-Q100 qualified, Grade 1 (-40°C to +125°C), Grade 2 (-40°C to +105°C) and extended temperature range (-55°C to +125°C)
  • SiT2024/2025: SOT23-5 leaded package for best board-level solder-joint reliability and ease-of-use in manufacturing and test
  • SiT8924/8925: Five package options in industry-standard oscillator footprints
  • Excellent frequency stability at ±20 ppm for best timing margin
  • Highest reliability at over 1 billion hours MTBF (< 1 FIT)
  • Best shock resistance at 50,000 g
  • Best vibration resistance at 70 g
  • Lowest vibration sensitivity (g-sensitivity) at 0.1 ppb/g
  • Widest frequency range of 1 to 137 MHz with 6 decimal places of accuracy
  • Unique, programmable output drive strength for EMI reduction
  • Supply voltage options of 1.8V, 2.5 to 3.3V


“The automotive industry is going through a massive transformation, with new features such as advanced safety and driver assistance systems, electrification, automation and real-time big data analytics. The usage of electronic components in automobiles is increasing rapidly and requires stringent levels of quality, reliability and performance,” said Piyush Sevalia, executive vice president of marketing at SiTime. “MEMS technologies are playing a significant role in this transformation. SiTime is leveraging our revolutionary silicon MEMS, advanced analog technology and standard semiconductor packaging to provide unique timing solutions that deliver the highest reliability and dynamic performance under extreme temperatures, shock and vibration.”

Separately, SiTime also announced that its Elite Platform Super-TCXOs were named the Product of the Year by Electronic Products. The Elite Platform Super-TCXOs, which are designed for timing in telecom and networking equipment, deliver 30 times better dynamic performance, 10 times better dynamic stability, and 20 times better vibration resistance (g sensitivity).

http://www.sitime.com
https://www.sitime.com/news/635-sitimes-automotive-mems-oscillators-deliver-30-times-better-robustness

Kaminario Raises $75 Million for All-Flash Storage Arrays

Kaminario secured $75 million in a new round of financing for its all-flash storage solutions.

Kaminario, which is headquartered in Needham, Massachusetts, with offices in Israel, London, and New York City, said the new capital will be used to accelerate go-to-market initiatives, expand its global presence and fuel research and development.

The latest funding round was led by Waterwood, a private equity firm that invests in growth-stage technology companies. Participation in this round was a mix of new and existing investors, including Sequoia, Pitango, Lazarus, Silicon Valley Bank and Globespan Capital Partners. The new round brings Kaminario's total funding to $218 million.

"Our strong business growth, cutting-edge technology and the all-flash market opportunity make Kaminario very attractive to investors and partners alike," said Dani Golan, founder and CEO, Kaminario. "The role of the data center is transforming as businesses continue to accelerate digital transformation and cloud adoption, and we are perfectly positioned to deliver agile storage solutions for today's on-demand applications. This new funding will allow us to continue our global expansion and accelerate our innovation agenda to better serve our customers."

http://www.kaminario.com

China Mobile Picks Nuage SDN for its Public Cloud

Nokia's Nuage Networks venture announced a key contract to supply its Virtualized Services Platform (VSP) for China Mobile's first commercial public cloud project.

China Mobile will use Nuage's highly-scalable SDN solution for a deployment of approximately 2,000 public cloud servers in Beijing and Guangzhou. Nuage Networks VSP enables China Mobile to virtualize its multi-tenant datacenter networks and establish connectivity among computing resources while at the same time providing more features to customers.

This deal strengthens the relationship between China Mobile and Nuage Networks, building on the deployment last year of Nuage Networks SDN technology in CMCC's DevOps private cloud architecture.

"The successful track record of Nuage Networks' VSP in major operators' clouds around the world, and our philosophy of building open cloud environments that avoid customer lock-in, were both instrumental in our ability to win China Mobile's first open bid for its datacenter SDN. We are excited to assist China Mobile to build a large-scale, high-performance cloud that includes all of the features required to meet their customers' needs," stated Yu Xiaohan, Head of Customer Business Team, CMCC at Nokia Networks China.

http://www.nokia.com

Phantom Raises $13.5 Million for Community-Powered Security Automation & Orchestration

Phantom, a start-up based in Palo Alto, California, announced $13.5 million in Series B funding for its community-powered security automation and orchestration platform.

Phantom said its platform automates and orchestrates security operations enabling analysts to achieve in seconds what may normally take hours or days to accomplish manually. Phantom Apps drive this by acting as the connective tissue to integrate the dozens of discrete point products that enterprises have deployed to secure their environment. The company recently reached an important milestone in surpassing 100 Apps, or distinct product integrations, supporting almost every category of security technology: reputation services, endpoint technologies, sandboxes, firewalls, and common mobile, virtual and cloud-based security solutions.

The funding round was led by Kleiner Perkins. Existing investors TechOperators Venture Capital, Blackstone (NYSE: BX), Foundation Capital, In-Q-Tel, Rein Capital, Zach Nelson, and John W. Thompson also participated in the round. Phantom has now raised more than $23 million in total.

“We are extremely excited to partner with Kleiner Perkins,” said Oliver Friedrichs, Founder & CEO of Phantom. “Ted Schlein has been a force of nature in the security industry and has helped to build great companies such as Mandiant, ArcSight, Internet Security Systems, Lifelock, Carbon Black and Fortify.”

http://www.phantom.us

Dan Pitt Joins MEF as Senior Vice President

The MEF announced the appointment of Dan Pitt as Senior Vice President with a mandate to evangelize the MEF Third Network vision and technical program, harness SDNFV in the LSO (Lifecycle Services Orchestration) framework and open APIs, and expand the MEF community and ecosystem.

Dr. Pitt is the former executive director of the Open Networking Foundation (ONF).

“Dan is a pioneer of the software-defined networking industry and has played a pivotal role in the evolution of SDN from concept to adoption,” states Nan Chen, President of MEF.  “We are honored to welcome Dan to the MEF leadership team as we lead the transformation to agile, assured, and orchestrated network services on a global scale.”

“MEF has a critical mass of more than 200 members, including 130+ service providers, and an astonishing track record of spearheading the creation of an $80+ billion market of new services and technologies,” comments Dr. Pitt. “Significantly, MEF members’ core competency of services, operations, and orchestration makes the organization the ideal vehicle to deliver real-world, global deployment of SDNFV and LSO. I am thrilled to be part of the innovative team MEF continues to build."

https://www.mef.net/news-events/press-releases

Ciena Cites Deployments with Southern Cross Cable and QTS Realty

Ciena announced two significant optical transport deployments: Southern Cross Cable Network and QTS Realty Trust.

Southern Cross Cable Network, which owns and operates a trans-Pacific submarine cable network connecting Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, and Hawaii to the mainland United States, is leveraging Ciena’s Blue Planet V-WAN to support its recently introduced Gigaflex Elastic bandwidth-on-demand capability.  Ciena said this allows Southern Cross to flexibly and dynamically provide on-demand virtual network capabilities that enable its customers to quickly provision high-speed, high-capacity network resources. The Southern Cross Gigaflex elastic solution also usesthe 5400 and 8700 Packetwave platforms, providing a next-generation software and hardware architecture.

QTS Realty Trust, an international provider of data center, managed hosting and cloud services, is deploying Ciena’s Waveserver stackable data center interconnect (DCI) platform to provide its customers up to 400 Gbps connectivity between its new Chicago data center and Lakeside Technology Center (350 East Cermak).

http://www.ciena.com

Napatech Appoints Jarrod J.S. Siket as CMO

Napatech announced the appointment of Jarrod Siket as the new Chief Marketing Officer (CMO). Jarrod joins Napatech following a successful career as senior VP and general manager at Netronome.

Prior to joining Napatech, Jarrod held executive positions in several successful hi-tech companies, most recently at Netronome, where he was responsible for the company's growth into a strong leader in programmable networking solutions.

http://www.napatech.com

Monday, January 9, 2017

Forecast for 2017? Cloudy

by Lori MacVittie, Technology Evangelist, F5 Networks

In 2016, IT professionals saw major shifts in the cloud computing industry, from developing more sophisticated approaches to application delivery to discovering the vulnerabilities of connected IoT devices. Enterprises continue to face increasing and entirely new security threats and availability challenges as they migrate to private, public and multi-cloud systems, which is causing organizations to rethink their infrastructures. As we inch toward the end of the year, F5 Networks predicts the key changes we can expect to see in the cloud computing landscape in 2017.

IT’s  MVP of 2017? Cloud architects 

With more enterprises adopting diverse cloud solutions, the role of cloud architects will become increasingly important. The IT professionals that will hold the most valuable positions in an IT organization are those with skills to define criteria for and manage complex cloud architectures.

Multi-cloud is the new normal in 2017

Over the next year, enterprises will continue to seek ways to avoid public cloud lock-in, relying on multi-cloud strategies to do so. They will aim to regain leverage over cloud providers, moving toward a model where they can pick and choose various services from multiple providers that are most optimal to their business needs.

Organizations will finally realize the full potential of the cloud

Companies are now understanding they can use the cloud for more than just finding efficiency and cost savings as part of their existing strategies and ways of doing business. 2017 will provide a tipping point for companies to invest in the cloud to enable entirely new scenarios, spurred by things like big data and machine learning that will transform how they do business in the future.

The increasing sophistication of cyber attacks will be put more emphasis on private cloud
While enterprises trust public cloud providers to host many of their apps, the lack of visibility into the data generated by those apps causes concerns about security. This means more enterprises will look to private cloud solutions. Public cloud deployments won’t be able to truly accelerate until companies feel comfortable enough with consistency of security policy and identity management.

More devices – More problems: In 2017,  public cloud will become too expensive for IoT 

Businesses typically think of public cloud as the cheaper business solution for their data center needs, yet they often forget that things like bandwidth and security services come at an extra cost. IoT devices generate vast amounts of data and as sensors are installed into more and more places, this data will continue to grow exponentially. This year, enterprises will put more IoT applications in their private clouds, that is, until public cloud providers develop economical solutions to manage the huge amounts of data these apps produce.

The conversation around apps will finally go beyond the “where?”

IT professionals constantly underestimate the cost, time and pain of stretching solutions up or down the stack. We’ve seen this with OpenStack, and we’ll see it with Docker. This year, cloud migration and containers will reach a point that customers won’t be able to just think about where they want to move apps, they’ll need to think about the identity tools needed for secure authentication and authorization, how to protect and prevent data loss from microservices and SaaS apps; and how to collect and analyze data across all infrastructure services quickly.

A new standard for cloud providers is in motion and this year will see major developments in not only reconsidering the value of enterprise cloud, but also modifying cloud strategy to fully extend enterprise offerings and data security. Evaluating the risks of cloud migration and management has never been as vital to a company’s stability as it is now. Over the course of the year, IT leaders who embrace and adapt to these industry shifts will be the ones to reap the benefits of a secure, cost-effective and reliable cloud.

About the Author

Lori MacVittie is Technology Evangelist at F5 Networks.  She is a subject matter expert on emerging technology responsible for outbound evangelism across F5’s entire product suite. MacVittie has extensive development and technical architecture experience in both high-tech and enterprise organizations, in addition to network and systems administration expertise. Prior to joining F5, MacVittie was an award-winning technology editor at Network Computing Magazine where she evaluated and tested application-focused technologies including app security and encryption-related solutions. She holds a B.S. in Information and Computing Science from the University of Wisconsin at Green Bay, and an M.S. in Computer Science from Nova Southeastern University, and is an O’Reilly author.

MacVittie is a member of the Board of Regents for the DevOps Institute, and an Advisory Board Member for CloudNOW.

Hytrust: Transformation for the Cyber Security Industry

The security industry is changing dramatically, says Hemma Prafullchandra, CTO and EVP of Products for Hytrust, driven by IoT, connected automobiles, smart sensors, etc. Security needs to deal with this pace of innovation. It needs to become more agile, easier to use, and easier to move wherever workloads may land.

 

See video: https://youtu.be/lyQDIcF60Ck


Trend Micro Intros Next Gen TippingPoint Intrusion Prevention Systems

Trend Micro released its TippingPoint NX Series Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention Systems (NGIPS), including a first-to-market standalone NGIPS solution that delivers up to 100 Gb inspection throughput with low latency.

The new TippingPoint 7600NX intrusion prevention system is designed to protect data centers and enterprise networks in real-time from known, undisclosed and unknown vulnerabilities without adversely affecting network performance.

“Customers with high traffic environments require a solution that can operate seamlessly and help prioritize the threats they need to focus on first,” said Don Closser, vice president and general manager for Trend Micro TippingPoint. “Our 100 Gb solution’s superior performance as well as exclusive insight into undisclosed vulnerability data through our Zero Day Initiative program provides them real-time, accurate threat prevention between vulnerability discovery and patch availability.”

The TippingPoint 7540NX NGIPS is also available with up to 40 Gb inspection throughput.

http://www.trendmicro.com/us/business/network-security/intrusion-prevention-system

Yahoo to Change Name to Altaba, CEO Bows Out

Yahoo will change its name to Altaba following the close of its acquisition by Verizon.

Marissa Mayer will step down from the company's Board of Directors upon closing of the deal. David Filo, Eddy Hartenstein, Richard Hill, Jane Shaw and Maynard Webb will also resign from the Board.

No timeline was given for completion of the sale.

https://investor.yahoo.net/secfiling.cfm?filingID=1193125-17-5897&CIK=1011006&soc_src=mail&soc_trk=ma

Yahoo! -- One Billion Accounts Compromised

Yahoo! confirmed that hackers stole data and compromised more than one billion user accounts in August 2013. The exploit was first disclosed by Yahoo! in November and is most likely different from incident disclosed on September 22, 2016.

Separately, Yahoo previously disclosed that its outside forensic experts were investigating the creation of forged cookies that could allow an intruder to access users' accounts without a password. Based on the ongoing investigation, the company believes an unauthorized third party accessed the company's proprietary code to learn how to forge cookies. The outside forensic experts have identified user accounts for which they believe forged cookies were taken or used. Yahoo is notifying the affected account holders, and has invalidated the forged cookies. The company has connected some of this activity to the same state-sponsored actor believed to be responsible for the data theft the company disclosed on September 22, 2016.

https://yahoo.com/security-update

Yahoo Cites State Actor for Massive Security Breach

Yahoo believes a state-sponsored actor breached its network in late 2014 and may have stole names, email addresses, telephone numbers, dates of birth, hashed passwords (the vast majority with bcrypt) and, in some cases, encrypted or unencrypted security questions and answers from at least 500 million accounts.

Yahoo said its ongoing investigation suggests that stolen information did not include unprotected passwords, payment card data, or bank account information.

http://www.yahoo.com

Verizon Confirms $4.8 Billion Acquisition of Yahoo

Verizon confirmed a deal to acquire Yahoo for $4.8 billion in cash. The deal does not include Yahoo’s cash, its shares in Alibaba Group Holdings, its shares in Yahoo Japan, Yahoo’s convertible notes, certain minority investments, and Yahoo’s non-core patents (called the Excalibur portfolio). Yahoo will remain a registered, publicly traded investment company holding these assets, and will change its name once the deal closes.

Yahoo, which was founded in 1994 and is based in Sunnyvale, California, remains one the most visited news and media website, with over 7 billion views per month, along with leading web services with email, sports, etc..

Yahoo claims 600 million monthly active users. Yahoo's email service has 225 million monthly active users.

Verizon said the acquisition, combined with its AOL property, gives its more than 25 digital content/service brands in areas ranging from sports and entertainment news to online information services.

“Just over a year ago we acquired AOL to enhance our strategy of providing a cross-screen connection for consumers, creators and advertisers. The acquisition of Yahoo will put Verizon in a highly competitive position as a top global mobile media company, and help accelerate our revenue stream in digital advertising.” Lowell McAdam, Verizon Chairman and CEO
http://www.yahoo.com

GTT Completes Acquisition of Hibernia Networks

GTT Communications completed its previously announced acquisition of Hibernia Networks.

The acquisition delivers the following assets:

  • Five subsea cables, including Hibernia Express, the lowest latency transatlantic cable system, and eight cable landing stations
  • New global points of presence, expanding GTT’s Tier 1 IP network to over 300 in total
  • Optical and low latency transport, video and CDN services
  • Key relationships with marquee clients, specifically within the financial services, media and entertainment, web-centric and service provider segments


“The addition of Hibernia Networks advances GTT’s growth strategy,” stated Rick Calder, GTT president and CEO. “The transaction expands GTT’s top five global IP network, adds products to our cloud networking portfolio and provides a strong recurring revenue base via established relationships with multinational clients. Our clients will also benefit from a team with deep technical expertise and a proven track record of delivering exceptional client service.”

http://www.gtt.net


New Hibernia Express Cable Timed at Record 58.95ms Latency for NY-London

The new Hibernia Express transatlantic cable is delivering an actual tested latency of better than 58.95ms (milliseconds) from New York to London, which is faster by more than half a millisecond off the original projected speed.

Hibernia Networks said its new undersea cable has undergone rigorous testing over the past two weeks. Testing parameters included power stability, spectral efficiency and latency. The results confirmed the latency on Hibernia Express from LD4 in Slough, England to NY4 in Secaucus, New Jersey to be under 58.95ms.

http://www.hibernianetworks.com/hibernia_express

  • Hibernia Express utilizes a 6-fiber-pair submarine cable, with a portion of the fibers optimized for lowest latency and a portion optimized for 100X100 Gpbs design capacity. The total cross-sectional design capacity of the cable will be over 53 Tbps. Hibernia Express will initially launch with 100 Gbps transmission capacity using TE SubCom’s C100 SLTE platform. Hibernia Express follows the most direct route between the UK and North America, promising to reduce latency by at least 5 milliseconds over existing cables.

Ericsson and Cisco to Deliver IP Upgrade for Telefonica Guatemala

Ericsson and Cisco will provide Telefonica Guatemala with a new IP backbone based on Cisco’s aggregation services routers (ASR 9010 and ASR 1001) and Ericsson’s integration services. The solution, which includes Ericsson’s implementation and integration services, as well as Cisco® routers , will expand Telefonica Guatemala’s current network backbone. It will support new capacity and features, including Ethernet services, VPNs, and IPv6. The network modernization also paves the way for future network requirements based on Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) and cloud implementations. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Daniel Delisante, Regional CTO, Telefonica Central America, says: “We selected Ericsson based on our longstanding relationship, and trust that the new Ericsson and Cisco partnership will bring value to Telefonica in Central America. As the demand for high-speed broadband and application coverage is continually increasing, we are happy to offer our subscribers a modern, IP-based network throughout Guatemala.”

http://www.ericsson.com
http://cisco.com

Citrix Acquires Unidesk for Windows Application Layering

Citrix has acquired Unidesk, which developed a Windows application packaging and management technology known as layering. Financial terms were not disclosed. Unidesk is based in Marlborough, MA.

Unidesk makes it easier to deploy and manage apps and desktops through Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop. Unidesk offers full-stack layering technology, which enhances compatibility by layering the entire Windows workspace as modular virtual disks, including the Windows operating system itself (OS layer), apps (app layers), and a writable persistent layer that captures all user settings, apps, and data.

Citrix said application layering has emerged as the best way to separate apps from the underlying operating system, so they can be managed once and delivered from any end user computing solution to any device.

“Unidesk has been recognized by customers and industry analysts as the clear leader in application layering, offering multiple unique advantages that streamline secure app delivery and VDI deployments and make them easier to manage,” said Jeroen van Rotterdam, senior vice president of Engineering at Citrix. “By incorporating Unidesk technology into XenApp and XenDesktop, Citrix advances its industry leadership by offering the most powerful and easy to deploy application layering solution available for delivering and managing app and desktops in the cloud, on-premises and in hybrid deployment environments.”

Citrix will continue to sell Unidesk as a standalone product for VMware Horizon and Microsoft virtual desktop deployment customers.

http://www.citrix.com

CenturyLink Acquires SEAL Consulting for SAP Services

CenturyLink has acquired SEAL Consulting, Inc., a leading SAP solutions provider for enterprise-wide business and technology needs. Financial terms were not disclosed.

CenturyLink said the deal enhances its application transformation capabilities and expands CenturyLink's commitment to the SAP ecosystem and to providing integrated application/infrastructure solutions.

"We are excited to continue enhancing CenturyLink's IT Solutions and SAP capabilities through the addition of SEAL Consulting," said Girish Varma, president of global IT services and new market development at CenturyLink. "This acquisition significantly expands our existing integrated SAP solutions, leveraging our hosting and cloud infrastructures to add broader SAP implementation and application managed services capabilities to our portfolio. The acquisition also gives us deeper expertise in several additional industry verticals."

http://www.centurylinktechnology.com
http://www.sealconsult.com

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