ATX Networks has launched Gigaweber, a next-generation digital optical gateway platform that is designed to allow cable operators to expand the capacity of fibre access links between head ends/hubs and outside plant facilities in a ‘pay-as-you-grow’ model.
AJAX, ONTARIO– ATX Networks has appointed Charlie Vogt as president and chief executive officer. The 30-year information technology and communications leader joins ATX following four successful years as president and CEO of Imagine Communications, where he transformed the company from Harris Broadcast to Imagine Communications and GatesAir, and led the media and broadcast industry’s transition to IP, software and cloud technologies. Vogt succeeds Ken Wildgoose, who led the company as its president and then CEO for the last 18 years.
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