Bledsoe adopts Nominum tech for broadband network

Friday 23 June 2017 | 14:22 CET | News
US-based Bledsoe Telephone Cooperative, which provides phone, broadband internet and IPTV services to subscribers in Tennessee, has deployed Nominum's Vantio CacheServe DNS software to power its broadband network. Additionally, Bledsoe will use the Nominum N2 ThreatAvert and N2 Secure Consumer services to protect its network and broadband subscribers from malicious cyberattacks, such as DDoS, phishing, ransomware and other malware.

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