Verizon Business has deployed one of the first router-to-router 40Gbps (OC-768) circuits carrying live traffic using Juniper Networks high-performance T-series core routers. These fully functional 40Gbps (gigabits per second) interconnections between backbone routers are carrying production Internet traffic between Washington D.C. and Chicago as well as production voice, data and video traffic on Verizon’s multi protocol label switching (MPLS) network between Washington D.C. and New York City.
Verizon Business is offering wholesale customers an additional pricing option that provides a detailed breakdown of the rates that are used to calculate the customers’ monthly bills for Verizon Business’ network services.
The new pricing option, Operating Company Number (OCN)-Based Billing, provides rates based on the underlying local exchange carrier (LEC) and geographic region for delivering voice and IP calls over the Verizon Business global network. This enables wholesale customers to better manage costs. Read the rest of this entry »
Verizon Business is now the leading provider of managed security services to business and government customers worldwide with the completion of its previously announced acquisition of Cybertrust. Read the rest of this entry »
Verizon Business is the winner of the 2006 Ethernet Provider of the Year Award for Market Leadership.The award — from Heavy Reading, a leading industry analyst firm — recognizes Verizon Business’ success in the marketplace, broad and expansive service portfolio, geographic coverage and impressive revenue growth. Read the rest of this entry »
Verizon business will start testing Cisco’s TelePrecence with customer trials. Cisco’s TelePresence works over IP NGN (Internet Protocol Next Generation). Check the video on this page: link , it is actually a pretty cool system! Also be sure to read this blog post from Scobleizer