Client News

SAFE Federal Credit Union Announces Results of Board of Directors Election

SUMTER, South Carolina, March 22, 2017 – SAFE Federal Credit Union members returned two incumbent members to the Board of Directors and added one new member in the annual board election. Paul Holder and Kay Oldhouser Davis were re-elected, and Melinda Carr was newly elected to the board. Results of the election were announced during the SAFE annual meeting.

RAD in EANTC Interoperability Showcase’s vCPE and Synchronization Use Cases at Paris Event

PARIS, March 21, 2017 – RAD, the pioneer of virtualization at the network edge, is participating in the interoperability showcase organized by EANTC at the MPLS+SDN+NFV World Congress 2017. RAD is taking part in multi-vendor demonstrations of NETCONF/YANG management implementation and advanced timing synchronization.

Capital Services Achieves Substantial Growth in 2016, Meeting New Market Challenges

SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota, March 21, 2017 – Capital Services recorded another year of solid growth in 2016, again delivering strong-performing card assets for its financial institution clients while addressing emerging market pressures in the card industry. Serviced accounts were up more than 17 percent in 2016, with the company surpassing 800,000 accounts managed.

RAD Names Ilan Tevet Vice President of Marketing and Business Development

TEL AVIV, March 20, 2017 – RAD, the global Telecom Access solutions and products vendor, has named Ilan Tevet Vice President of Marketing and Business Development. Tevet joined RAD in 1997 as a technical support engineer, and for the past four years has served as head of RAD’s Service Provider Line of Business.

SAFE Federal Credit Union Hosts Annual Meeting March 20 in Sumter

SUMTER, South Carolina, March 2, 2017 – Nearly 3,000 members of SAFE Federal Credit Union from across the Midlands are expected at the credit union’s annual business meeting on Monday, March 20, in Sumter. Results of the board of directors election will be announced, along with college scholarships for local high school students.