Spearheading a revolutionary stance in the telecom security sphere, Versa Networks brings forth its ground-breaking Versa SASE on SIM – a fusion of AI and machine learning powered SIM-based identity system, aiming to reshape security measures at mobile network edges. Given the challenges faced by MNOs and MVNOs to distinguish their offers in an overly-saturated market, the shift towards value-added services further emphasizing on security is an escalating trend.

Broadvoice collaborates with tech advisory firm, Bridgepointe Technologies Inc., enabling the latter to offer Broadvoice’s cloud communication services to mid-market clients. OpenAI’s latest release, GPT-3.5 Turbo, can now be fine-tuned by businesses, customizing it for specific tasks. Verizon, Ericsson, and MediaTek’s successful data sessions on Verizon’s 5G network pave the way for cost-effective 5G devices. Versa Networks achieves top scores in Gartner’s SASE report, streamlining security and networking solutions.

S-NET Communications, a provider of cloud-based business communications and networking solutions, and Versa Networks, a supplier of secure access service edge (SASE), have decided to expand their partnership to include Versa SASE as part of S-NET’s managed networking service portfolio, allowing the company to accommodate the secure communications and networking needs of its increasing amount of multi-location enterprise customers.   S-NET can now provide an extensive communications and networking solution to its clients by adding Versa SASE to its portfolio of Secure SD-WAN, Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS), Contact Center as a Service (CCaaS), and Managed IT services. This allows S-NET to expand its share of the market among multi-location organizations.   S-NET Communications is recognized for providing customers with cutting-edge cloud communications and networking solutions that help them develop their businesses faster, as well as committed, individualized customer support that helps them get the most out of their…

Vodafone Germany to build new base stations and 5G Vodafone Germany has announced that it will undertake more than 7,000 mobile infrastructure construction projects including 3,000 5G projects, which it estimates will support 9,000 5G antennas. The projects will take place in the current financial year, which began in April. The company says it has exceeded its 5G coverage targets by expanding the network to 25 million subscribers, and estimates that it will soon  cover 30 million consumers with 5G. In addition, Vodafone has also announced that it is swapping the L3G spectrum for LTE by switching 18,000 3G sites to 4G ones this summer. Read more at: https://tinyurl.com/a5a7txbf Virgin Media shares its sustainability results Virgin Media released its latest sustainability report this week, which examines the ways that the company has supported its employees and customers during the pandemic and how it continues to deal with the climate crisis.…