The Polycom RealPresence Platform now enables service providers to deliver Video-as-a-Service (VaaS) offerings at scale to businesses of all sizes, adding such new services as multi-tenancy support and a suite of open APIs to help with development of custom and plug-in apps. Service providers and ISVs will find the new APIs and SDKs here later this month; they also will be able to test and create custom solutions in a “digital sandbox. In addition, Polycom is introducing new custom application development services to support this program…Yesterday, Sprint Nextel Corp. turned up LTE in Kansas City; St. Joseph, Mo.; and in 13 markets in Texas and Georgia. The carrier began selling LTE phones and promoting LTE hot spots prior to the launches; the LTE phones automatically will switch to the 3G network where necessary without disrupting service. Sprint continues to provide its WiMAX 4G service for customers with those phones.

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Supply Chain: Fiber Demand Skyrockets in Age of COVID

Broadband and cable operator are running into supply chain problems as they embark on construction—particularly for fiber.

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