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Frost & Sullivan Report 2014: Huawei Ranked First in the Global DC Power Systems Market
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8/15/2014  | 
Frost & Sullivan, a global consulting firm, has found that Huawei, a leading information and communications technology (ICT) provider, holds the number one position in DC power systems sales for 2013 in their latest “Analysis of the Global DC (Direct Current) Power Systems Market” report.
Rise of the Software-Empowered Video Operator II - Progressive IP and Software-Based Ecosystems Deliver the Future
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8/7/2014  | 
In this original e-book, "Rise of the Software-Empowered Video Operator," you'll see a high-level picture of the significant shift away from specialized and proprietary hardware towards software-centric and IP-based technologies and subsystems that create the fabric of new video service delivery systems
Growing Your Audience and Business with Video Syndication
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8/7/2014  | 
You may have great content to offer, but at the end of the day, what really matters is whether it gets seen. In today’s online world, your audience won’t come to you; rather, you need to reach out to them through a variety of channels. This white paper explores the many ways syndication can expand your online presence and achieve several business objectives. It provides an overview of the major distribution methods available and considerations for choosing how to distribute your content.
Blind SDN vs. Insightful SDN in a Mobile Backhaul Environment Extending SDN with Network State+™
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8/5/2014  | 
In a performance assured SDN based networks, applications can utilize the abstracted network model provided by the SDN platform to make informed decisions on how best to optimize their network interactions and routing requests to achieve the desired results. For that to happen, the network model must be populated with current, accurate and complete Network State information in an efficient manner – thus, the role that Networks State+ has in the network.
Unlocking the Power of Context to Manage Network Growth
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8/1/2014  | 
This paper presents five use cases that illustrate the challenges that mobile operators face in managing traffic, the tools they can use to address them, and the benefits they can reap from real-time, context-aware traffic management.
Scaling Mobile Network Security for LTE: A Multi-Layer Approach by Heavy Reading
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8/1/2014  | 
This white paper provides a blueprint for how mobile operators can stay ahead of the curve of both benign and malign security threats. It examines how operators can adapt and scale their security architecture for tremendous traffic growth on both the user and signaling planes, and it explores how they can dynamically adjust their security posture in line with changes in the security threat landscape, new capabilities in telco networking and changes in customer demand.


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