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22 Mar 2016
Cisco Completes Acquisition of Jasper to Accelerate Enterprise IoT
Together Cisco and Jasper Plan to Deliver an Industry-Wide IoT Service Platform for Enterprises, Service Providers and an Ecosystem of Partners

Cisco has completed its acquisition of Jasper, a privately held company based in Santa Clara, Calif. Jasper's industry-leading cloud-based Internet of Things (IoT) service platform enables companies of all sizes to rapidly and cost-effectively launch, manage and monetize IoT services on a global scale.
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21 Mar 2016
C&W Business to Offer Cisco Collaboration as a Service over its MPLS Networks
Includes Cisco Hosted Collaboration Solution (HCS) for the Contact Center, becoming the first partner to offer this service over its facilities across the Caribbean and Latin American region

C&W Business, a division of Cable & Wireless Communications Plc (CWC), announced that it will offer Cisco Unified Communications as a Service over its multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) network to its customers across the Caribbean and Latin American region.

The C&W Business portfolio will also include the Cisco Hosted Collaboration Solution (HCS) for the Contact Center. C&W Business will become the first supplier in the Caribbean and Latin America to offer a contact center in the cloud, which represents a more agile, efficient, flexible and scalable contact center solution.
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22 Mar 2016
Cisco Introduces Innovations for Transport Network Modernization
New solutions empower service providers to scale new IP services and migrate existing TDM services over IP/MPLS networks

At the Optical Fiber Communications Conference, Cisco announced innovations in its optical transport portfolio to address service providers' challenges of migrating large volumes of profitable time-division multiplexing (TDM) services to an IP/MPLS infrastructure. Until today, migrating TDM to packets has been costly and has forced some service providers deploying older transport networks to change or re-engineer their network configuration. Now, Cisco's cost-effective and scalable solutions can help service providers build a packet network of the future while still delivering their customers' TDM services at a fraction of the cost.
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