RAD is preparing to commercialize its new Service Assured Access (SAA) offering that features a service-lifecycle toolkit designed to “normalize the access network using a vast array of capabilities that go beyond MEF CE 2.0 requirements, and supports multiple deployment mode scenarios over various bearer circuits: fiber, DSL and PDH,” the Israel-based company says. Operators reportedly can configure the SAA to fit their rollout plans, existing infrastructure, migration plans and opex/capex objectives. With the SAA’s help, they can build a Carrier Ethernet access network, including smart demarcation and Ethernet service pre-aggregation.
— Earlier today, the Internet Society activated the Canada Chapter to serve end users across the border with their issues concerning Internet governance, rural accessibility and technical advancements. Led by Interim President Evan Leibovitch and Interim Vice President Glenn McKnight, the chapter plans to develop public-policy, community and educational programs. The Internet Society has more than 90 chapters worldwide.

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