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For Sale – Cooler Master II / Asus Prime H270-Plus / 2 10TB Ironwolf Drives / 1 4GB Western Digtial

Hi,

I am selling my PC and as it is unlikely this will all sell in full. I will also price the individual parts as this will interest people more.

If you want the entire system I am looking for £650

Cooler Master Cosmos 11 – Still around £260 cheapest on Amazon – I am looking for £120 as I would class it as as B grade with only 1 minor mark on 1 side panel. Full pictures have been added but I would also ask you to check out the following links as this describes the case really well and shows great pictures and also spare parts you can buy for the case. My own pictures are attached.

I do not have the box anymore and if you are buying I would ask you to check it out, you won’t be disappointed and is in great condition and is one of the best Full tower cases. if you can’t drive fully to my location, I am willing to meet up half way.

COSMOS II | Cooler Master
https://www.cmstore.eu/cosmos-ii/

Asus Prime H270 – Plus – Still goes for around £90 on Ebuyer – the board is in perfect condition and I still have the box for it. I am looking for £55 for the board

Please check out the specs from the following link on ebyuer.

Asus Intel PRIME H270-PLUS LGA 1151 ATX Motherboard – Ebuyer

Kaby Lake Processor I5 7600 3.6ghz (Turbo Boost 4.1) – Cheapest now is around £180 and you can check this with google shop checker which checks all the major suppliers. (Can play 10 bit and HDR) and runs 4K super smooth. No need for a separate graphic card due to the integrated graphics capability’s of the chip, unless your a real gamer.

I would be looking for £110 for this

2 x Seagate Ironwolf 10TB NAS Hard Drive 3.5″ SATA III 6 GB’s 7200RPM 256 Cache

– They go for around £260 on the cheapest sites

1 of the drives was only bought from Ebuyer on the 16/03/18 so still has warranty up to 16/03/21 left which I am fully willing to help out if it goes wrong. I am looking for £170

The other drive was bought from Ebuyer on the 24/04/17 so still has warranty up to 24/04/20, again I will help out with warranty issues if they arise. I am looking for £150

1 x 4TB Western Digital Drive Hard Drive 3.5″ SATA III 6 GB’s 5400RPM 64 Cache

This drive is from 2014 so the warranty is now just run out –
I am looking for £70

2x4GB Hyperx Fury DDR4 2400mhz

Looking for £45

128GB SAMSUNG PM961 NVME TLC M.2 Drive

Samsung 128GB PM961 M.2 PCIe NVMe Performance SSD/Solid State Drive OEM

Is now around £60 new but I believe has been discontinued now – Solid M2 drive I used as my main drive. I am looking for £35

Warranty runs outs on the 12th Jan 2019

HX520 Corsair Modular Power Supply

An old power supply but still had has capability to run my Kabylake and 5 drives which I have used since the beginning. Difficult to put a price on this but I only used my system to play 1080p and 4K movies and shows, this really shows how brilliant the Kabylake is (Can play 10 bit and HDR). You could run a dedicated graphics card if you didn’t have so many drives – I really wouldn’t know how to price this, but it still works superbly well without a graphics card for movies an shows – I would ask for £35

Unfortunately you can only upload 10 pictures and I had about 25 to show you because of the the other products. You will have to ask me for photos for these products and I can get them emailed too you if your interested. My Apologies.

Please feel free to ask any questions you have

Thanks

Price and currency: 650
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: paypal or cash
Location: London, Middlesex
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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Tape storage capacity plays important role as data increases

As the amount of new data created is set to hit the multiple-zettabyte level in the coming years, where will we store it all?

With the release of LTO-8 and recent reports that total tape storage capacity continues to increase dramatically, tape is a strong option for long-term retention. But even tape advocates say it’s going to take a comprehensive approach to storage that includes other forms of media to handle the data influx.

Tape making a comeback?

The annual tape media shipment report released earlier this year by the LTO Program showed that 108,000 petabytes (PB) of compressed tape storage capacity shipped in 2017, an increase of 12.9% over 2016. The total marks a fivefold increase over the capacity of just over 20,000 PB shipped in 2008.

LTO-8, which launched in late 2017, provides 30 TB compressed capacity and 12 TB native, doubling the capacities of LTO-7, which came out in 2015. The 12 TB of uncompressed capacity is equivalent to 8,000 movies, 2,880,000 songs or 7,140,000 photos, according to vendor Spectra Logic.

“We hope now [with] LTO-8 another increase in capacity [next year],” said Laura Loredo, worldwide marketing product manager at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, one of the LTO Program’s Technology Provider Companies along with IBM and Quantum.

The media, entertainment and science industries have been traditionally strong users of tape for long-term retention. Loredo pointed to more recent uses that have gained traction. Video surveillance is getting digitized more often and kept for longer, and there is more of it in general. The medical industry is a similar story, as records get digitized and kept for long periods of time.

The ability to create digital content at high volumes is becoming less expensive, and with higher resolutions, those capacities are increasing, Quantum product and solution marketing manager Kieran Maloney said. So tape becomes a cost-efficient play for retaining that data.

Tape also brings security benefits. Because it is naturally isolated from a network, tape provides a true “air gap” for protection against ransomware, said Carlos Sandoval Castro, LTO marketing representative at IBM. If ransomware is in a system, it can’t touch a tape that’s not connected, making tapes an avenue for disaster recovery in the event of a successful attack.

“We are seeing customers come back to tape,” Loredo said.

LTO roadmap
The LTO roadmap projects out to the 12th generation.

Tape sees clear runway ahead

“There’s a lot of runway ahead for tape … much more so than either flash or disk,” said analyst Jon Toigo, managing partner at Toigo Partners International and chairman of the Data Management Institute.

Even public cloud providers such as Microsoft Azure are big consumers of tape, Toigo said. Those cloud providers can use the large tape storage capacity for their data backup.

Tape is an absolute requirement for storing the massive amounts of data coming down the pike.
Jon Toigochairman, Data Management Institute

However, with IDC forecasting dozens of zettabytes in need of storage by 2025, flash and disk will remain important. One zettabyte is equal to approximately 1 billion TBs.

“You’re going to need all of the above,” Toigo said. “Tape is an absolute requirement for storing the massive amounts of data coming down the pike.”

It’s not necessarily about flash versus tape or other comparisons, it’s about how best to use flash, disk, tape and the cloud, said Rich Gadomski, vice president of marketing at Fujifilm and a member of the Tape Storage Council.

The cloud, for example, is helpful for certain aspects, such as offsite storage, but it shouldn’t be the medium for everything.

“A multifaceted data protection approach continues to thrive,” Gadomski said.

There’s still a lot of education needed around tape, vendors said. So often the conversation pits technologies against each other, Maloney said, but instead the question should be “Which technology works best for which use?” In the end, tape can fit into a tiered storage model that also includes flash, disk and the cloud.

In a similar way, the Tape Storage Council’s annual “State of the Tape Industry” report, released in March, acknowledged that organizations are often best served by using multiple media for storage.

“Tape shares the data center storage hierarchy with SSDs and HDDs and the ideal storage solution optimizes the strengths of each,” the report said. “However, the role tape serves in today’s modern data centers is quickly expanding into new markets because compelling technological advancements have made tape the most economical, highest capacity and most reliable storage medium available.”

LTO-8 uses tunnel magnetoresistance (TMR) for tape heads, a switch from the previous giant magnetoresistance (GMR). TMR provides a more defined electrical signal than GMR, allowing bits to be written to smaller areas of LTO media. LTO-8 also uses barium ferrite instead of metal particles for tape storage capacity improvement. With the inclusion of TMR technology and barium ferrite, LTO-8 is only backward compatible to one generation. Historically, LTO had been able to read back two generations and write back to one generation.

“Tape continues to evolve — the technology certainly isn’t standing still,” Gadomski said.

Tape also has a clearly defined roadmap, with LTO projected out to the 12th generation. Each successive generation after LTO-8 projects double the capacity of the previous version. As a result, LTO-12 would offer 480 TB compressed tape storage capacity and 192 TB native. It typically takes between two and three years for a new LTO generation to launch.

In addition, IBM and Sony have said they developed technology for the highest recording areal density for tape storage media, resulting in approximately 330 TB uncompressed per cartridge.

On the lookout for advances in storage

Spectra Logic, in its “Digital Data Storage Outlook 2018” report released in June, said it projects much of the future zettabytes of data will “never be stored or will be retained for only a brief time.”

“Spectra’s projections show a small likelihood of a constrained supply of storage to meet the needs of the digital universe through 2026,” the report said. “Expected advances in storage technologies, however, need to occur during this timeframe. Lack of advances in a particular technology, such as magnetic disk, will necessitate greater use of other storage mediums such as flash and tape.”

While the report claims the use of tape for secondary storage has declined with backup moving to disk, the need for tape storage capacity in the long-term archive market is growing.

“Tape technology is well-suited for this space as it provides the benefits of low environmental footprint on both floor space and power; a high level of data integrity over a long period of time; and a much lower cost per gigabyte of storage than all other storage mediums,” the report said.

For Trade – (or Sale) Macbook Pro 2017 – 13″, i5 3.1GHz, Touch Bar, Warranty to Sept 2020

So this will be an interesting thread…

I’m looking to Part-Ex my existing MacBook Pro for one of lower value. It’s overkill for my needs (it’s that age old thing.. you buy something way more high spec than you need!)

Specs of MacBook are as follows:

Macbook Pro 13″ 2017 TouchBar Version
Core i5 @ 3.1GHz
250GB SSD
8GB RAM
Intel Iris Graphics are 1536MB
AppleCare Coverage to September 2020
Battery Cycle count is 4 (It’s pretty much lives on the mains)
Condition is excellent, the only reason I’m not classing it as mint is because its not brand new

Comes boxed with power adapter and would while preference would be to deal in person, I’m open to postage for the right offer. As you can imagine, insurance on the delivery will be at a premium, ballpark prices are about £40 delivery alone.

Ideally, I’d like to come out of this with a minimum of £200 cash from any prospective buyer depending on the item they are trading. Otherwise, I’m happy to sell for £1100. Even on the refurb store, this MacBook goes for £1489 before you purchase additional AppleCare.

Price and currency: £1150
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT/PPG
Location: Basingstoke
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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Wanted – Coolermaster H500P BOX

This can be moved to the right section if needed.

Due to a mistake caused by someone who will remain nameless. My Coolermaster H500P box has been thrown out.

Does anyone have a H500P box?

Thanks

Location: Plymouth

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For Trade – (or Sale) Macbook Pro 2017 – 13″, i5 3.1GHz, Touch Bar, Warranty to Sept 2020

So this will be an interesting thread…

I’m looking to Part-Ex my existing MacBook Pro for one of lower value. It’s overkill for my needs (it’s that age old thing.. you buy something way more high spec than you need!)

Specs of MacBook are as follows:

Macbook Pro 13″ 2017 TouchBar Version
Core i5 @ 3.1GHz
250GB SSD
8GB RAM
Intel Iris Graphics are 1536MB
AppleCare Coverage to September 2020
Battery Cycle count is 4 (It’s pretty much lives on the mains)
Condition is excellent, the only reason I’m not classing it as mint is because its not brand new

Comes boxed with power adapter and would while preference would be to deal in person, I’m open to postage for the right offer. As you can imagine, insurance on the delivery will be at a premium, ballpark prices are about £40 delivery alone.

Ideally, I’d like to come out of this with a minimum of £200 cash from any prospective buyer depending on the item they are trading. Otherwise, I’m happy to sell for £1100. Even on the refurb store, this MacBook goes for £1489 before you purchase additional AppleCare.

Price and currency: £1150
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT/PPG
Location: Basingstoke
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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Wanted – Low profile HDMI gfx card and WiFi card

Off of the top of my head (and I will need to check this properly) I have lying around here.

1) i5-2500S
2) i3-3220
3)4GB (2x2GB), 8GB (2x4GB) and 16GB (2x8GB or 4x4GB).
4) 64GB SSD
5) 120GB SSD

I dont have a cooler though,

Also do you have a case sorted? I have a Prodigy M in white somewhere.

I am trying to think on the video card front, would a 750ti work for minecraft?

RADWIN and Microsoft announce strategic partnership to deliver innovative TV White Space solutions | Stories

The partnership will help make broadband more affordable and accessible for underserved and unserved customers in the rural U.S. and around the world

REDMOND, Wash. — July 2, 2018 — On Monday, RADWIN and Microsoft Corp. announced a new strategic partnership to address the rural broadband gap. RADWIN, a world leader in delivering high-performance broadband wireless access solutions, will be developing and introducing to the market TV White Space solutions to deliver broadband internet to unserved communities. Focused on introducing innovative technologies into the TV White Space market, the partnership will expand the TV White Space ecosystem, making broadband more affordable and accessible for customers in the rural U.S. and around the world. This partnership is part of Microsoft’s Airband Initiative, which aims to expand broadband coverage using a mixture of technologies including TV White Space.

Broadband is a vital part of 21st century infrastructure. Yet, only about half of the world’s population is connected to the internet. New cloud services and other technologies make broadband connectivity a necessity to starting and growing small businesses and taking advantage of advances in agriculture, telemedicine and education. According to findings by the Boston Consulting Group, a connectivity model that uses a combination of technologies, including TV White Space, can reduce the cost of extending broadband coverage in rural communities. TV White Space is an important part of the solution, creating broadband connections in UHF bands and enabling communication in challenging rural terrains and highly vegetated areas, all while protecting broadcasters and other licensees from harmful interference.

“The TV White Space radio ecosystem is rapidly growing, and we are excited to work with RADWIN to bring innovative technologies to market at a global scale,” said Paul Garnett, senior director of the Microsoft Airband Initiative. “Our partnership with RADWIN, a recognized global leader in fixed wireless broadband access, will help address the rural broadband gap for residents and businesses, enabling farmers, healthcare professionals, educators, business leaders and others to fully participate in the digital economy.”

“RADWIN is a leading provider of broadband access solutions, enabling service providers globally to connect unserved and underserved homes and businesses,” said Sharon Sher, RADWIN’s president and CEO. “We are therefore very excited to be Microsoft’s partner in leading a global effort to connect rural communities and grow the TVWS ecosystem in the U.S. and around the world. The addition of innovative TV White Space solutions to RADWIN’s portfolio, which complements our sub-6GHz and mmWave fixed wireless offering, would enable our service provider customers and partners to extend their footprint by connecting more remote subscribers in challenging deployment use cases, penetrating through terrain obstructions and vegetation, and therefore helping to close the digital divide.”

In addition to the partnerships with companies like RADWIN, Microsoft’s Airband Initiative invests in partnerships with internet service providers (ISPs) and other telecommunications companies, introduces innovative solutions for rural connectivity, and provides digital skills training for people in newly connected communities. RADWIN and Microsoft will be introducing the innovative TV White Space solutions to these Airband Initiative partners, as well as to the global telecommunications industry, during the second half of 2019.

About RADWIN

RADWIN is a leading provider of broadband wireless solutions. Deployed in over 150 countries, RADWIN’s solutions power applications including fixed wireless access, backhaul, private network connectivity, video surveillance transmission as well as delivering broadband on the move for trains, vehicles and vessels. RADWIN’s solutions are adopted and deployed by tier 1 service providers globally as well as by large corporations.

About Microsoft

Microsoft (Nasdaq “MSFT” @microsoft) enables digital transformation for the era of an intelligent cloud and an intelligent edge. Its mission is to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more.

For more information, press only:

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For Sale – Cooler Master II / Asus Prime H270-Plus / 2 10TB Ironwolf Drives / 1 4GB Western Digtial

Hi,

I am selling my PC and as it is unlikely this will all sell in full. I will also price the individual parts as this will interest people more.

If you want the entire system I am looking for £650

Cooler Master Cosmos 11 – Still around £260 cheapest on Amazon – I am looking for £120 as I would class it as as B grade with only 1 minor mark on 1 side panel. Full pictures have been added but I would also ask you to check out the following links as this describes the case really well and shows great pictures and also spare parts you can buy for the case. My own pictures are attached.

I do not have the box anymore and if you are buying I would ask you to check it out, you won’t be disappointed and is in great condition and is one of the best Full tower cases. if you can’t drive fully to my location, I am willing to meet up half way.

COSMOS II | Cooler Master
https://www.cmstore.eu/cosmos-ii/

Asus Prime H270 – Plus – Still goes for around £90 on Ebuyer – the board is in perfect condition and I still have the box for it. I am looking for £55 for the board

Please check out the specs from the following link on ebyuer.

Asus Intel PRIME H270-PLUS LGA 1151 ATX Motherboard – Ebuyer

Kaby Lake Processor I5 7600 3.6ghz (Turbo Boost 4.1) – Cheapest now is around £180 and you can check this with google shop checker which checks all the major suppliers. (Can play 10 bit and HDR) and runs 4K super smooth. No need for a separate graphic card due to the integrated graphics capability’s of the chip, unless your a real gamer.

I would be looking for £110 for this

2 x Seagate Ironwolf 10TB NAS Hard Drive 3.5″ SATA III 6 GB’s 7200RPM 256 Cache

– They go for around £260 on the cheapest sites

1 of the drives was only bought from Ebuyer on the 16/03/18 so still has warranty up to 16/03/21 left which I am fully willing to help out if it goes wrong. I am looking for £170

The other drive was bought from Ebuyer on the 24/04/17 so still has warranty up to 24/04/20, again I will help out with warranty issues if they arise. I am looking for £150

1 x 4TB Western Digital Drive Hard Drive 3.5″ SATA III 6 GB’s 5400RPM 64 Cache

This drive is from 2014 so the warranty is now just run out –
I am looking for £70

2x4GB Hyperx Fury DDR4 2400mhz

Looking for £45

128GB SAMSUNG PM961 NVME TLC M.2 Drive

Samsung 128GB PM961 M.2 PCIe NVMe Performance SSD/Solid State Drive OEM

Is now around £60 new but I believe has been discontinued now – Solid M2 drive I used as my main drive. I am looking for £35

Warranty runs outs on the 12th Jan 2019

HX520 Corsair Modular Power Supply

An old power supply but still had has capability to run my Kabylake and 5 drives which I have used since the beginning. Difficult to put a price on this but I only used my system to play 1080p and 4K movies and shows, this really shows how brilliant the Kabylake is (Can play 10 bit and HDR). You could run a dedicated graphics card if you didn’t have so many drives – I really wouldn’t know how to price this, but it still works superbly well without a graphics card for movies an shows – I would ask for £35

Unfortunately you can only upload 10 pictures and I had about 25 to show you because of the the other products. You will have to ask me for photos for these products and I can get them emailed too you if your interested. My Apologies.

Please feel free to ask any questions you have

Thanks

Price and currency: 650
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: paypal or cash
Location: London, Middlesex
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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  • Landline telephone number. Make a call to check out the area code and number are correct, too
  • Name and address including postcode
  • Valid e-mail address

DO NOT proceed with a deal until you are completely satisfied with all details being correct. It’s in your best interest to check out these details yourself.

For Sale – Cooler Master II / Asus Prime H270-Plus / 2 10TB Ironwolf Drives / 1 4GB Western Digtial

Hi,

I am selling my PC and as it is unlikely this will all sell in full. I will also price the individual parts as this will interest people more.

If you want the entire system I am looking for £650

Cooler Master Cosmos 11 – Still around £260 cheapest on Amazon – I am looking for £120 as I would class it as as B grade with only 1 minor mark on 1 side panel. Full pictures have been added but I would also ask you to check out the following links as this describes the case really well and shows great pictures and also spare parts you can buy for the case. My own pictures are attached.

I do not have the box anymore and if you are buying I would ask you to check it out, you won’t be disappointed and is in great condition and is one of the best Full tower cases. if you can’t drive fully to my location, I am willing to meet up half way.

COSMOS II | Cooler Master
https://www.cmstore.eu/cosmos-ii/

Asus Prime H270 – Plus – Still goes for around £90 on Ebuyer – the board is in perfect condition and I still have the box for it. I am looking for £55 for the board

Please check out the specs from the following link on ebyuer.

Asus Intel PRIME H270-PLUS LGA 1151 ATX Motherboard – Ebuyer

Kaby Lake Processor I5 7600 3.6ghz (Turbo Boost 4.1) – Cheapest now is around £180 and you can check this with google shop checker which checks all the major suppliers. (Can play 10 bit and HDR) and runs 4K super smooth. No need for a separate graphic card due to the integrated graphics capability’s of the chip, unless your a real gamer.

I would be looking for £110 for this

2 x Seagate Ironwolf 10TB NAS Hard Drive 3.5″ SATA III 6 GB’s 7200RPM 256 Cache

– They go for around £260 on the cheapest sites

1 of the drives was only bought from Ebuyer on the 16/03/18 so still has warranty up to 16/03/21 left which I am fully willing to help out if it goes wrong. I am looking for £170

The other drive was bought from Ebuyer on the 24/04/17 so still has warranty up to 24/04/20, again I will help out with warranty issues if they arise. I am looking for £150

1 x 4TB Western Digital Drive Hard Drive 3.5″ SATA III 6 GB’s 5400RPM 64 Cache

This drive is from 2014 so the warranty is now just run out –
I am looking for £70

2x4GB Hyperx Fury DDR4 2400mhz

Looking for £45

128GB SAMSUNG PM961 NVME TLC M.2 Drive

Samsung 128GB PM961 M.2 PCIe NVMe Performance SSD/Solid State Drive OEM

Is now around £60 new but I believe has been discontinued now – Solid M2 drive I used as my main drive. I am looking for £35

Warranty runs outs on the 12th Jan 2019

HX520 Corsair Modular Power Supply

An old power supply but still had has capability to run my Kabylake and 5 drives which I have used since the beginning. Difficult to put a price on this but I only used my system to play 1080p and 4K movies and shows, this really shows how brilliant the Kabylake is (Can play 10 bit and HDR). You could run a dedicated graphics card if you didn’t have so many drives – I really wouldn’t know how to price this, but it still works superbly well without a graphics card for movies an shows – I would ask for £35

Unfortunately you can only upload 10 pictures and I had about 25 to show you because of the the other products. You will have to ask me for photos for these products and I can get them emailed too you if your interested. My Apologies.

Please feel free to ask any questions you have

Thanks

Price and currency: 650
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: paypal or cash
Location: London, Middlesex
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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Ribbon Communications boosts UCaaS portfolio with Edgewater buy

Ribbon Communications said it will acquire network edge orchestration provider Edgewater Networks for $110 million to expand its unified communications portfolio and enter the software-defined WAN market.

The acquisition offers Ribbon Communications, based in Westford, Mass., the opportunity to expand its service offerings, especially for its UC-as-a-service (UCaaS) provider partners, according to Irwin Lazar, analyst at Nemertes Research, based in Mokena, Ill.

“The Edgewater portfolio brings in a wide range of edge devices that enables UCaaS providers to monitor performance quality for voice and video services,” he said. Edgewater Networks, based in San Jose, Calif., has more than 635,000 actively deployed edge devices and more than 20 million connected endpoints, according to Ribbon.

Edgewater Networks provides service assurance, security and analytics tools for unified communications and software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) through a hybrid cloud or edge model. Its customers include communications service providers, managed services providers, and small and midsize enterprises.

Managing UC performance at remote offices

With the acquisition, Ribbon Communications will expand its UC portfolio with end-to-end service assurance and analytics for its Kandy UCaaS offering, as well as voice and data intelligence capabilities in its Ribbon Protect UC security offering.

Ribbon’s UCaaS offering is based on its Kandy embedded communications platform, and it uses Kandy’s APIs to provide voice, video and contact center capabilities. Ribbon Protect UC provides end-to-end security of the communications network to mitigate threats, such as toll fraud and telephony denial-of-service attacks.

The combined portfolio of Ribbon and Edgewater will expand Ribbon’s Skype for Business and Microsoft Teams offerings. Edgewater Networks’ services have been used in a number of Skype of Business deployments as remote survivable gateways, Lazar said.

“Blending the two companies provides a broader range of devices for both enterprises and service providers to manage UC performance at remote offices,” he said.

The combined portfolio helps Ribbon Communications toward its goal of expanding its global reach and entering new markets. Acquiring Edgewater Networks gives Ribbon entry to the SD-WAN market, Patrick Joggerst, chief marketing officer and executive vice president of business development at Ribbon, wrote in a blog post. Edgewater’s SD-WAN offering targets small and midsize organizations, but the acquisition will allow Edgewater to target larger enterprises and expand outside North America, he said.

The acquisition comes nearly eight months after real-time communications provider Genband and session border controller and UC security provider Sonus merged and rebranded under the Ribbon Communications name. The Edgewater acquisition is expected to close in the third quarter and highlights the ongoing vendor consolidation swirling around the UC market.