The company will highlight its solutions for both service providers and internet service providers (ISP) at the event.
Leading mission-critical technology solutions provider telent Technology Services Ltd (telent) has today announced it will be a platinum sponsor at the upcoming LINX103 member conference.
The event will see hundreds of London Internet Exchange (LINX) members meet to discuss the latest developments in the regulatory world, the rise of the internet and 200G and 400G, amongst other topics. Six telent service provider representatives will also attend the event which will be held at the Park Plaza Victoria, in London, from Monday, November 19 to Tuesday, November 20.
“We have consistently delivered end-to-end solutions for service providers for many years so supporting LINX103 with platinum sponsorship is an obvious choice for us,” said Shani Latif, Sales Director at telent. “LINX is one of the largest internet exchanges in the world and connects more than 850 members from more than 80 countries and we are proud to play a role in this event. We looked forward to sharing our wealth of knowledge and joining in important discussions to address the growing number of challenges service providers and ISPs face in the future.”
telent’s services range from design and implementation of new solutions to decommissioning and disposal of legacy equipment. It offers an end-to-end delivery model, from implementing external infrastructure, fixed wireless, street works and civils through to core network engineering and projects in local exchanges and data centres, giving service providers assurance that reliability of a network can be delivered.
Colby Barth, Distinguished Engineer at Juniper Networks – a technology partner of telent – will also present at LINX103 on behalf of telent, discussing router-servers, the challenges surrounding supporting more customers and the impact a failure, planned or unplanned, can have on providers.
Colby Barth’s presentation – ‘A scale-out router-server solution’ – will take place at 2.45pm on Monday, November 19.
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