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Content posted in May 2014
Empowering End-Users Through Open SDN
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5/28/2014  |  2 comments
SDN offers the promise of networking solutions without vendor lock-in, but how can industry standards be attained?
CDNs & Net Neutrality: It's Complicated
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5/21/2014  |  3 comments
Comcast is selling a CDN service, and Apple is signing paid interconnection deals with ISPs. Networks aren't neutral.
Live Sports Push Boundaries of Online Delivery
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5/16/2014  |  4 comments
Delivering live sports events online can be a nightmare, but help may be on its way for cable operators and other broadband providers.
Radio Revolutions on the Road to 5G
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5/15/2014  |  7 comments
Fresh approaches to radio technology from startups are coming to fruition, which may end up helping to power 5G.
SMS Is Far From Dead
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5/15/2014  |  16 comments
Application-to-person (A2P) messaging SMS could be the operator opportunity of 2014.
The Three Faces of SDN
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5/5/2014  |  13 comments
Vendors are vying to define SDN in ways that advantage their own products. Meanwhile, the threat from cloud providers looms like a zombie army in the distance.
The IP Transition's Real-World Impact
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5/1/2014  |  3 comments
A look at what the transition to IP means to you, me, and other people who use a phone for business and personal communications.


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