FASTTAKES: Equinix, Symbio, Juniper, Globe, HP, Rogers

Staff Writer
21 Sep 2009

Electronic trading network provider KVH has opened a POP at Equinix’s Tokyo data center.

Australian wholesale VoIP provider Symbio Networks has deployed a POP in Singapore and plans to launch live services to Singapore in October.

Juniper Networks has deployed its MX960 series of Ethernet routers at Nanjing University's new Xianlin campus.

Philippines-based Globe Telecom is offering web 2.0 services and new promotional service packages at 10 times faster speeds following the implementation of a service delivery framework from Nokia Siemens and IBM.

HP has launched a new tablet PC, the DreamScreen, in the US. The device includes one-touch connection to sites such as Facebook and HP's photo-sharing site, but currently lacks a full internet browser.

Canadian carrier Rogers Communications has integrated its cable and wireless businesses while creating a separate emerging business and corporate development group. The carrier also appointed new deputy chairman, Edward S. Rogers.

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