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Service outage reporting should apply to subsea networks, too, Wheeler says

Fierce Telecom — The FCC plans to extend mandatory reporting on service outages to submarine cable systems by issuing a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) during its monthly meeting in September.  47 more words


NFV paving the way to the IoT utopia

Telecom Asia — A world where machines do all the work – Considering the pace of technological innovations today, this vision is close to being a reality. 27 more words

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Interoute launches U.S. to Hong Kong network route to support global cloud platform

The Stack — Interoute has opened two new trans-pacific network routes connecting Los Angeles and Hong Kong to bolster its position as Europe’s ‘biggest cloud service platform.’ The operator said that the independent routes mark ‘the final step in creating a fully meshed global network,’ lowering latency for customers in North America and Asia.



How will South East Asia's data centers look in 2020?

Datacenter Dynamics — When we spoke to Joe Kava, vice president of data centers at Google in Singapore in 2014, he told us Asia’s Internet users had grown by the equivalent of the entire population of Canada in Q3 of that year. 34 more words

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The future of IT and how to manage it

Enterprise Innovation — Hybrid IT is fast becoming the new normal across organizations in Asia-Pacific. With the increasing utilization of data centers and cloud services across the Asia Pacific region, companies have gradually updated or upgraded their existing IT systems, giving rise to the Hybrid IT environment.  32 more words

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PHILIPPINES – Nationals of 41 Countries May be Admitted with Passports Valid for Under 6 Months

Effective 15 July 2015 nationals of 41 countries may enter the Philippines with a passport or official travel document valid for less than six months from the date of arrival. 49 more words


South-East Asia’s IoT market ripe for the picking: Pundit

Digital News Asia — The Internet of Things (IoT) is now a reality. Gartner predicts that by 2020, there will be 26 billion connected ‘things,’ while IDC believes that this push to connect every ‘thing’ will likely be spearheaded by Asia Pacific.  45 more words

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