Envistacom to Demonstrate Fully Integrated Secure Passive Optical Network Solution at BICSI Winter Conference

Envistacom – an expert in the design and engineering of standard and secure Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON) networks – has assembled a partnership of industry-leading companies to provide a complete Secure PON solution for enterprise and government customers. The solution will be introduced at the BICSI Winter Conference Jan. 20-24 in Tampa, Fla.

“Our Secure PON solution provides voice, video and data to the desktop at gigabit speed at half the cost of active Ethernet,” said Clint Ashby, Director of Network Solutions at Envistacom.

“In today’s corporate and defense environments, reliable, scalable and secure communication networks are more important than ever,” Clint Ashby said. “Our modular approach offers quick and easy setup and changes to networks and infrastructure, while providing significant savings in both initial capital outlay and ongoing operational expenditures. In addition, PON technology consumes less power and saves on cooling costs and space requirements, making it a smart ‘green’ investment.”

Envistacom specializes in all facets of the network including design, installation, testing, operations and maintenance. The company has teamed with Zhone Technologies and Tellabs to offer high performance, high density optical LAN for the commercial enterprise and government markets. Both solutions deliver state-of-the-art data, voice and video services on one platform, with network infrastructure security provided by Network Integrity Systems. Trusted Systems, provides physical security containers as an affordable, modular alternative to secure datacom room build-outs. The solution comes together with modular interior designs from Commercial Design Services. The entire bundled solution is available through WESCO/CSC, serving as the distributor.

Visit Envistacom at BICSI exhibit booth #532 for a demonstration of fully integrated Secure PON solutions for both industry and government. For more information, visitwww.envistacom.com/SecurePON

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nGen VidCom LLC Announces High Speed Video Service to Nigeria through a Strategic Alliance

nGen VidCom LLC, a global leader in converged video and collaborations services, today announced a new, strategic alliance with Vision Telecommunications Technologies Nigeria, a leading telecommunications hardware and services company, to bring a high speed video collaboration gateway from Nigeria to North America.

Under the terms of this multi-year alliance, Vision Telecommunications Technologies will offer its customers GlobalMeetLive (GML), a cloud-based video collaboration solution to its new and existing customers and channel partners.

“All businesses rely upon web based collaboration to conduct business in this rapidly changing economy. “nGen’s GML solution combines collaboration, true video conferencing and large scale streaming all within a single service” said Tom Clark, CEO of nGen VidCom LLC. “Our alliance with Vision Telecommunications Technologies Nigeria will allow both firms to provide full converged video collaboration communications with no latency or loss of quality between the continents”.

GlobalMeetLive is nGen’s cloud-based converged cloud based collaboration solution that replaces existing collaboration services by combining HD Video Conferencing, web Collaboration and interactive streaming in one solution. Of strategic significance is GML’s “firewall traversal” technology that allows video communications to traverse the enterprise firewall without compromising security or adversely affecting network resources (bandwidth). GML users are able to conduct face-to-face meetings on all communications devices, desk & laptops, tablets and smart phones.

“This alliance will enable a clear connection between world financial centers in Africa, North America, Europe and Asia,” said Adesola Dada, CEO and Founder of Vision Telecommunications Technology Nigeria, LLC. “At this time our firms are pioneering advanced, cloud based video services between the two continents”.

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