Globenewswire | May 11, 2023
Zeeve, a top-tier Web3 Infrastructure as a Service platform compliant with ISO 27001, SOC2 Type2, and GDPR standards, has joined forces with Polygon Labs to serve as a key infrastructure provider and implementation partner for Polygon Supernets. This aims to simplify the deployment and management of app-chains on Polygon Supernets, making it easier for businesses and developers to launch their own Blockchain along with the necessary infrastructure like explorer, wallet, faucet, etc. in no time.
In simple terms, Supernets let projects and enterprises create highly scalable Layer3 blockchain networks that fit their specific blockspace requirements while inheriting the security and integrity of the Polygon PoS and Ethereum mainnet. Supernet’s strong points, including customizable virtual machines, compliance implementation choices, native gas tokens, and custom fee structures, make it an ideal platform for developers to build on.
With this integration and implementation support, Zeeve is expanding the benefits of its dependable enterprise-grade infrastructure stack to all those seeking to harness Polygon Supernets for their dApp, along with 24k+ developers and 100+ institutions already on the Zeeve platform.
"We are pleased to announce our collaboration with Zeeve Inc. as a Supernets Implementation Partner. Zeeve's strong capabilities in enterprise-grade AppChain deployments and dedication to innovation and excellence resonate well with our values at Polygon. Working together, we aim to deliver scalable, secure, and efficient Supernets AppChains infrastructure solutions while striving to enhance our services for our clients. This partnership enables us to offer various services, including implementing, deploying, and maintaining Supernets AppChains, focusing on meeting our client's needs and promoting adopting AppChains technologies responsibly and sustainably," said Sunny Kaiwar, Sr. Solution Architect, Head of Implementation Partners.
“We're thrilled to join forces with Polygon Labs and become an integral part of the Supernets partners eco-system,” said Dr Ravi Chamria co-founder and CEO of Zeeve. "With Supernets, developers can build blockchains customized for their dApp, keeping in mind their workloads and required services. And with Zeeve’s automated no-code deployment architecture helping you with 1-click bootstrapping of nodes, you can focus on Go-to-market and user strategies while we manage the underlying infrastructure.”
Zeeve's comprehensive support for Polygon Supernets offers numerous advantages, including
Migration assistance (6.X to 8.X) and compatibility with new Supernets versions (8.X) Secure RPC API endpoints to connect with Supernets. Smart contracts, validator allow listing, Block explorer, and indexer support for Supernet networks. Native cross-chain bridge plugin support, flexible autoscaling, load balancing, and disaster recovery of nodes Associated infrastructure components including explorer, wallet and faucet Advanced monitoring system for machines, blockchain networks, and smart contracts management Marketplace for Supernet validators, In-depth configuration support for tokenomics and asset management
“Supernets give you the flexibility of Permissioned blockchains along with the security and decentralization inherent in a public blockchain,” said Ghan Vashishtha co-founder and CTO of Zeeve. “Working with Zeeve makes the development, deployment, and maintenance of Supernet-based networks a breeze. Taking advantage of Polygon Supernets’ features on Zeeve, developers can efficiently build enterprise-grade dApps across diverse sectors such as DeFi, gaming, entertainment, and more. Our commitment to optimizing developer workflows ultimately leads to a superior user experience on a broader scale.”
To bring Web3 to the masses, it's crucial to simplify blockchain development while ensuring scalability and app-specific customization. Polygon Supernet represents a substantial advancement toward achieving this goal, and Zeeve is playing a vital role in its implementation. Zeeve's battle-tested infrastructure stack, coupled with its team of world-class blockchain experts and a proven track record of deploying over 4,000+ nodes across 40+ protocols, positions them as a valuable contributor to the Web3 ecosystem.
Zeeve is the leading Institutional staking and Web3 infrastructure provider in the world. Zeeve provides enterprise-grade web3 infrastructure, including full nodes and staking infrastructure for 40+ Blockchain protocols. Zeeve’s robust and reliable Web3 infrastructure platform has won the trust of thousands of web3 startups and investors across geographies. With 24,000+ developers, 100+ large enterprises, and 4,000+ nodes, Zeeve is the preferred developer and staking infrastructure provider for all the popular Blockchain protocols.
APPLICATION INFRASTRUCTURE, APPLICATION STORAGE
globenewswire | April 17, 2023
Parsons Corporation announced today that it completed the previously announced acquisition of IPKeys Power Partners, Inc. for $43 million. The strategic acquisition enhances both Parsons’ Federal Solutions and Critical Infrastructure segments, specifically through comprehensive cloud-based cybersecurity, software solutions that operate at the intersection of information and operational technology (IT and OT), and technologies that will help accelerate the global clean energy transition.
Headquartered in Tinton Falls, New Jersey, IPKeys Power Partners is a trusted provider of enterprise software platform solutions that is actively delivering cyber and operational security to hundreds of electric, water, and gas utilities across North America. The acquisition brings IPKeys’ established customer base, expanding Parsons’ presence in two rapidly growing end markets: grid modernization and cyber resiliency for critical infrastructure.
The transaction is consistent with Parsons’ strategy of completing accretive acquisitions of companies with revenue growth and adjusted EBITDA margins of 10 percent or greater, while adding critical intellectual property that strengthens the company’s existing portfolio.
Parsons is a leading disruptive technology provider in the national security and global infrastructure markets, with capabilities across cyber and intelligence, space and missile defense, transportation, environmental remediation, urban development, and critical infrastructure protection. Please visit Parsons.com and follow us on LinkedIn and Facebook to learn how we’re making an impact.
HYPER-CONVERGED INFRASTRUCTURE, WINDOWS SYSTEMS AND NETWORK
businesswire | May 03, 2023
Windstream Enterprise, a leading IT managed network provider, today announced it has fully migrated its leading Voice over IP (VoIP) platform to Microsoft’s Azure for Operators clustered Call Feature Server (cCFS). This upgrade is the latest in an ongoing series of investments that Windstream Enterprise has made to enhance the value of its cloud-based communications services provided to customers.
VoIP is an IP-based unified communications infrastructure that combines separate voice and data channels into a single, cloud-based connection to optimize network performance with stable voice quality, survivability and feature standardization across multiple locations. This investment made by Windstream Enterprise gives its Dynamic IP and Unified Communications (UC) customers greater reliability, access to new communications and integrated data and voice features to support their businesses, and a more robust portal to deliver a consistently positive user experience.
The collaboration with Microsoft expands upon Windstream Enterprise’s Dynamic IP solution, a VoIP platform that supports multiple call paths—analog, SIP turning and PRI—and allows customers to leverage their existing network infrastructure with flexible bandwidth. In doing so, the solution ensures multiple levels of redundancies that help businesses run smoothly and prevent unplanned downtime via network outages, human or system error, or cyberthreats. The solution also enhances the user experience by seamlessly integrating with Windstream Enterprise’s award-winning WE Connect customer portal, enabling clients to self-manage their network and communications needs, data and assets—all in a single-pane-of-glass view.
“In this hyper-connected world, businesses require failproof, reliable voice and data solutions. With this move to the Microsoft Azure for Operators VoIP platform, we are ensuring customers are on the most advanced, leading-edge technology so they can unlock their own revenue and profitability potential,” said Art Nichols, chief technology officer, Windstream Enterprise. “This investment is about giving our customers the technology, support and constant innovation they must have to drive their businesses forward.”
Voice solutions have significantly advanced beyond legacy underlying access technology like Time Division Multiplexing (TDM), DS1 and DS3 Access solutions and copper-based services, such as primary rate interfaces (PRIs) and plain old telephone services (POTS). These solutions no longer support the basic necessities of modern business communications and the need to collaborate remotely both internally and with customers. With Dynamic IP, businesses can seamlessly scale their communications with minimal or no additional infrastructure investment. As a managed service, Dynamic IP is set up and run by Windstream Enterprise, and backed by a dedicated team of technology experts to provide strategic planning, design and 24/7 support.
Windstream Enterprise customers are already taking advantage of the streamlined integration between Azure for Operators offerings and Windstream Enterprise for seamless collaboration across both voice and data solutions. Banking, education, retailers, government and healthcare providers, among other businesses, are leveraging Windstream Enterprise’s proprietary software solutions, which include the robust Secure Access Security Edge (SASE) and Security Service Edge (SSE) cybersecurity offerings.
“Cloud-ready voice and data integrations are essential for almost all businesses operating in our hybrid workplace and always-on world,” said Austin Herrington, vice president, product management, Windstream Enterprise. “Our cost-effective, scalable VoIP and UC solutions give customers all the features they want, along with ironclad security and reliability. By aligning with technology providers like Microsoft, we can keep our customers moving toward their goals by helping them get out from underneath burdensome legacy technology.”
“By using the Microsoft Azure for Operators clustered Call Feature Server to underpin its VoIP and UC solutions, Windstream Enterprise is demonstrating its commitment to extending customers a flexible, secure, and modern suite of carrier grade communications solutions,” said Tad Brockway, corporate vice president, Microsoft Azure for Operators.
Windstream Holdings is a privately held communications and software company. Windstream offers managed communications services, including SD-WAN and UCaaS, and high-capacity bandwidth and transport services to businesses across the U.S. The company also provides premium broadband, entertainment and security services through an enhanced fiber network to consumers and small and midsize businesses primarily in rural areas in 18 states.