2021 Media Coverage

Get to Know: Suresh Krishnan, Chief Technology Officer, Kaloom

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May 10, 2021

Kaloom is focused on simplifying the lives of people that build, run and maintain networks. By automating tasks and avoiding manual configuration we make it easier to troubleshoot issues and save network operators time, with fewer truck rolls. Service providers can then focus on developing and deploying new services while reducing costs and ultimately accelerate growth and connect more communities, businesses and homes. Click the button below for the full article.

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Eurobites: UK government tackles rural 'notspots' with taller masts

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April 20, 2021

Talking of bold claims, Nordic operator Telenor reckons it has come up with, in the words of its announcement on the matter, "the world's most diverse multi-vendor 5G Standalone solution to date," made up of network functions from Oracle, Casa Systems, Enea and Kaloom, all running on the Redhat Openshift enterprise platform. Click the button below for the full article.

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Stephane Boisvert Will Join Kaloom™ as President

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March 25, 2021

Laurent Marchand, founding president and CEO of Kaloom, announces an agreement in principle, subject to several conditions, has been reached on a change of control transaction headed by the management of the company, in collaboration with Alternative Capital Group. Stephane Boisvert will join Kaloom™ as president and will take up his responsibilities on April 22nd, 2021. Click the button below for the full article.

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Vendor Snapshot: Kaloom™

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March 15, 2021

Kaloom provides innovative core and edge cloud data center networking solutions that run on OCP-compliant white box switches incorporating Intel’s ground-breaking Tofino silicon and other P4 programmable hardware. Click the button below for the full document.

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Partnering to Drive Telco Cloud Network Automation — Kaloom and IBM

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March 02, 2021

It’s hard to believe that it’s been a year since the pandemic shifted the ways people live, work and attend school. Nearly all work, learning and personal entertainment are remote, dependent upon fast connection speeds to communicate, stream movies and play video games.

For Communications Service Providers (CSPs) transforming their 5G networks, handling these drastic shifts in network patterns means the need to shift computing and communications from the core network and centralized cloud to distributed capability across the network edge. Click the button below for the full blog.

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