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Telecom Review sat down for an exclusive interview with Cengiz Oztelcan, CEO at GBI to learn more about the company’s role during the FIFA World Cup 2022 and how its multilayer terrestrial and subsea cable meshed network bridges the East to the West, ensuring uninterrupted connectivity to end users.

Read more: World Cup Mania! Transporting World Cup Traffic

In an exclusive with Telecom Review North America, Tony Anscombe, chief security evangelist for ESET shed light about the company’s products and how they keep up with the rising cybersecurity demands at present.

Read more: Critical Components in Today’s Environment of Complex, Stealthy Cyberattacks

Chris White, president of NEC Labs America, had an in-depth discussion with Telecom Review North America to shed a light on the strategic value and advantage of NEC’s industrial arm over traditional corporate R&D, and how industrial research contributes to pursuing innovative solutions to real-world problems.

Read more: Exclusive: NEC Labs America Is Committed to Solving Real-World Problems

EXA Infrastructure marked its first year in business by unveiling a further strategic investment program that increases the total routes currently under construction to 8,400 kilometers. The commitment will further increase the geographic reach and capacity offered, particularly in central and southern countries, and adds to the 7,000 new kilometers announced just four months ago.

Read more: EXA Infrastructure Continues Network Investments

Fiber optics is a rapidly growing multi-billion-dollar industry and Clearfield has a strong competitive position as 5G and NG-PON2 technologies are being rolled out. Clearfield provides fiber protection, fiber management and fiber delivery solutions that enable rapid and cost-effective fiber-fed deployment throughout the broadband service provider space. Telecom Review recently visited with Kevin Morgan to get insight into the growth of the fiber broadband marketplace.

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Sparkle sees bandwidth demand on the rise in the American market as more people look to communicate both in the region, as well as connect to the rest of the world. LATAM is also leading the globe with over $1.5 billion of new subsea cable investment in 2017 and 2018 alone. The population continues to benefit from access to fast broadband infrastructure.  All of this activity makes for a lot of potential in the region for carriers, service providers, OTTs and enterprises to develop revenue growth and drive even more enhanced capabilities for the area. Sparkle is at the heart of this growth.

Read more: Sparkle: Consistent Growth for the Americas

Eric Cevis is the President of Verizon Partner Solutions, which is responsible for domestic and international wholesale strategy, including marketing, sales, customer service operations and wholesale business operations. Telecom Review recently visited with Eric to discuss Verizon and the state of our industry.

Read more: Eric Cevis: Delivering on the Needs of Verizon’s Partners

We know that necessity is the mother of invention, but it’s also frequently the driver for bipartisan policy-making. For years, broadband inequity and digital gaps in both rural and urban communities were acknowledged but not addressed. But the pandemic changed that – in a big way. Chip Pickering, CEO of Incompas, recently provided Telecom Review with some insight into broadband and the blueprint for its success.

Read more: Incompas CEO on Broadband

Sabey Data Centers offers coast to coast data centers for today’s technology environment. Telecom Review recently visited with the Executive Director of Sabey Data Centers, John Sabey, to provide a company overview for our readers. As the top ICT publication for the wireless and wired communications industry, our readers are among the most knowledgeable in this business environment.

Read more: Sabey Data Centers: Innovating for the Future

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