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Software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) got its start as a way for end users to save money. SD-WAN let users create their own virtual private networks (VPNs) using low cost broadband connections. Users quickly learned that being their own network operator brought a lot of unwanted complexity and headaches....
Date: 10/10/2017
Author: Prayson Pate @ ADVA
Tags: SD-WAN, SDN/NFV
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My observation after the two days was that there are several security solutions around but vehicle (connected or not) industry has still a lot to work on. As vehicles get more and more connected, vehicle industry will face issues beyond their normal comfort zone. The industry will have to take se...
Date: 10/04/2017
Author: Anand R. Prasad @ 3GPP/NEC
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On the 27th of September, I’m moderating a panel discussion at the ITU World 2017 conference in Busan, South Korea, on the theme of “The transformation of telecom operators: reinventing telcos.” The session will touch on four or five key areas: - Innovation - Regulation - Industry coordination -...
Date: 09/28/2017
Author: Dean Bubley @ Disruptive Analysis
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Latency is quite a new word for a common user and for some of the experienced users as well. We generally know about the goodness of a communication link with its speed in Mbps only.
Date: 09/21/2017
Author: Abdulaziz Khan @ Mobily
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The degree of mechanization in agriculture is going up rapidly. At the turn of the century, none of the 525 million farms across the world had sensor technology (or, for that matter, IoT in any other form). Cut to 2025, and we will witness more than 620 million sensors being used (considering the...
Date: 09/19/2017
Author: Romit Atta @ Teknowledge Mobile Studio
Tags: IoT
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Universal customer premise equipment (uCPE) is getting a lot of attention. Service providers such as AT&T and Verizon see uCPE as a way to gain the full benefits of NFV. Service providers invented NFV to gain the benefits of the cloud. We had to solve many issues to achieve this goal. With uCPE...
Date: 09/14/2017
Author: Prayson Pate @ ADVA
Tags: SDN/NFV, uCPE
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User satisfaction is not easy to understand when it comes to network technologies because of underlying limits of different RATs (Radio Access Technologies) and the capabilities of the user device and too many other factors, below is a small table to introduce you to different RATs and user devic...
Date: 09/12/2017
Author: Abdulaziz Khan @ Mobily
Tags: 5G
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We have been adopted new physical waveforms or new modulation scheme at least. The new waveform in a new generation has been designed to overcome some restriction in previous technology or increase the spectrum efficiency. It is highly likely that this holds true for 5G, implying that we will see...
Date: 09/07/2017
Author: Upendra Kumar Tiwari @ Clarivate Analytics
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A couple of weeks ago I went to Sensors Expo 2017 in San Jose. This topic is slightly outside my normal beat, but fits with my ongoing interest in "telcofuturism", especially around the intersection of IoT, networks and AI. It also dovetails well with recent writing I've done on edge computing, a...
Date: 09/04/2017
Author: Dean Bubley @ Disruptive Analysis
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The world of Wi-Fi took another giant leap forward this week with Broadcom announcing availability of 802.11ax chipsets. Qualcomm & Quantenna already released their versions of 802.11ax earlier this year. The thing to understand about 802.11ax is this: It's not just 'another standard'. It's a co...
Date: 08/31/2017
Author: Claus Hetting @ Wi-Fi NOW
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