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Aug 22, 2011

Company Announcement: Edge-Core’s 10G Ethernet switch enables smooth, precise data flow

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Attached please find a press release on: There is a growing global need for companies to manage their data more effectively. The role of data warehousing, as a concept within the business intelligence framework, is important to business operations. Decision makers are scrutinising technology to invest in solutions that will safeguard the integrity of information and ease the flow of data between operational systems and users.

Service providers and suppliers within the network solution development and application space, such as Edge-Core Networks, have specialised offerings and the necessary expertise to meet this need.

 

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