Financial terms were not disclosed.
EATEL, an ILEC in southern Louisiana founded in 1935, launched “FiberEdge,” a fiber-to-the-home network last year, and is offering the new application to subscribers who take its FiberEdge TV Digital Edge package and any EATEL phone service that packages in caller ID.
Other telcos and operators to deploy apps over Integra5’s C-SDP include Comporium, Everest, Foothills Telephone Cooperative, Hargray Communications and Knology.
* Tier-1 goes deep with Sandvine
Sandvine Inc. said a “large” but unnamed European broadband operator has started to deploy the vendor’s 10-Gigabit Policy Traffic Switch (PTS) across a network serving 500,000 residential customers.
Sandvine said it marks the first commercial deployment for its PTS 14000, which gives DSL, cable, FTTH and wireless service providers application-level visibility into their networks and enables them to implement specific policies.
The tier-one operator in Europe is using the system to monitor network traffic and identify usage trends that, in turn, will enable it to apply better network capacity planning.
* Limena takes reins of Sylantro
Sylantro Systems Corp., a maker of feature servers for VoIP service providers, has appointed Marco Limena to president and CEO.
Limena most recently served as VP of HP’s Network and Service Provider Solutions business. He succeeds Pete Conee, who is now Sylantro’s chairman.
Sylantro customers include AT&T, Bandwidth.com, Covad, SunRocket and Swisscom, among others.