ADC has announced its OmniReach Hub-in-a-Pedestal fiber distribution hub, OmniReach Passive Optical Splitter Modules, Fiber Cable Assemblies and Value-added Module system have been accepted by the USDA Rural Development Telecommunications program, allowing ADC’s products to be used in the expansion of broadband services to underserved and rural communities.

ADC now offers hundreds of Rural Utilities Service (RUS)-listed products to carriers serving rural areas in the United States and seeking funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009. Acceptance by the USDA Rural Development Telecommunications Program of ADC solutions enables service providers seeking funding from RUS to propose the use of these products in applications they submit for the agency’s loans and grants.

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Cisco is making yet another move to bolster its cybersecurity efforts, announcing Friday its intent to acquire Kenna Security . The privately-held company’s risk-based vulnerability management technology

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