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Lifting the Cloud Over SDN
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7/21/2014  |  5 comments
Defining SDN realistically will help carriers cut through the hype, says Sunil Khandekar, CEO of Alcatel-Lucent's Nuage Networks.
Have IBM & Apple Partnered Their Way to Cloud Leadership?
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7/18/2014  |  14 comments
They can go from also-rans to leaders -- if they don't mess up.
How NFV Gets a Foot in the Door for SDN
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7/18/2014  |  4 comments
The benefits of SDN are hard to grasp because they're so big. But NFV provides a nice, finite-value proposition.
Integrated Analytics Make or Break VoLTE Rollouts
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7/14/2014  |  Post a comment
Intensive end-to-end test and measurement is essential to ensure the smooth rollout of new services like VoLTE.
EU Telecom Market, Sans Roaming Charges
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7/11/2014  |  1 comment
European Union roaming regulations are opening the doorway to an enhanced consumer experience and higher market growth.
The Big Telecom Switch
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7/9/2014  |  12 comments
There's been a significant switch at the top of the telcos' list of priorities – monetizing networks has edged building networks from the top of the pile.
Unfinished Business: Stadium Wireless in Brazil
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7/8/2014  |  3 comments
Learning some wireless coverage and capacity lessons from the World Cup.
Think Business: Building Trust in Enterprise Small Cells
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7/7/2014  |  Post a comment
Enterprise small cells are gaining popularity for improving in-building coverage but vendors still need to follow some basic rules for building trust in this new and emerging market.
Cloud Providers: Beware DDoS Domino Effect
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7/7/2014  |  1 comment
Aggregating customer traffic in a multi-tenant setting can also aggregate the risk of DDoS attacks.
3 Barriers to SDN Adoption
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7/2/2014  |  9 comments
Just because SDN is better doesn't mean adoption will be easy.


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