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As if Patton Electronic's service could get any better, the company has today revealed its newest and most sophisticated form of customer support its platinum-level Premium Support and platinum-plus Premium 24/7 Support services, which take the company's already unparalleled gold-standard free support to an unbelievable new level.



Members of the CIP version 5 team recently revealed that the carefully drafted CIP standard, which addresses a notably wider range of cyber-security technologies, both addresses and encourages the use of hardware-enforced Unidirectional Security Gateways.



Phonebooth, the cloud-based business VoIP division of Bandwidth, has revealed that it is now taking nominations for its first-ever SMB Innovator Awards contest. The contest, designed as a way to celebrate the achievements of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), especially focuses on feature innovations as part of everyday operations.



Continuing its efforts to expand its expertise in software-defined networking, Brocade is acquiring virtualization startup Vyatta in an all-cash transaction. Financial terms of the deal have not been disclosed.



The demand for low-cost communications drives opportunity creation for VoIP technology, as improvements can be constantly made for optimum efficiency. Vendors in the space offering first-rate VoIP gateways and VoIP routers, for example, work to ensure that in an environment of quality, high-speed broadband connections, crisp data exchange is ensured for making crystal clear voice calls.



Patton Electronics, a family-owned and operated VoIP service provider, has revealed that its CEO, Robert R. Patton, has been appointed as chair of the External Advisory Committee to the Graduate and Transfer STEM Talent Expansion Program (GT STEP) program at Montgomery College (MC).



Sybase 365 stated that it partnered with Kuwait-based ISP and MPLS service provider Zajil International Telecom Co. to extend its IP Exchange (IPX) services to the mobile operators in the Middle East and North Africa otherwise referred to as MENA region.



After doing the due diligence on moving their manufacturing facilities to North American cities offering attractive business development incentives, or even to overseas operations, nexMatrix has decided to remain in Nampa's quaint downtown district. In an announcement made, the company has decided to keep its manufacturing operations for the United States and Canada in western Idaho.










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