First News Briefs for May 14, 2013
Ruckus Wireless, Inc. today announced that it was selected by Telecom NZ (Telecom), the national communications service supplier in New Zealand, to transform conventional payphones into outdoor Wi-Fi hotspots in locations across the country.
NetCracker Technology today announced Sprint has selected NetCracker as a supplier supporting the rollout of the carrier’s Network Vision Program. NetCracker will operate provisioning systems and manage the processes to capture, quality assure, and record critical provisioning information as Sprint deploys and operationalizes its Network Vision Program nationwide.
DragonWave Inc., a global supplier of packet microwave radio systems for mobile and access networks, and its Peruvian-based, sales partner Electrodata, today announced the ongoing deployment of more than 200 new DragonWave Horizon links as part of regional service provider Olo’s expansion plans. Increased microwave backhaul capacity is enabling the carrier to reach more customers and offer new and enhanced services.
XConnect, a provider of Federation-based next generation interconnection and ENUM Registry services, and GCXS, a subsidiary of Global Communications Group, a strategic investment group with 15 years’ experience within the telecommunications market, announced the launch of the Dutch Interconnection Alliance (DIA). DIA is a carrier-neutral IP Communications Exchange that offers secure, multilateral interconnection between Next Generation IP networks.