Owing to the high-performance L2/L3 switching capabilities and super switching capacity, Huawei's CloudEngine 12800 series DC switches were awarded the best of Interop award in the data center and storage categories
Interop is the largest IP-related networking products exhibition in Japan. One of its highlights is the live demonstration network "ShowNet." Huawei started contributing to it for the first time this year. At ShowNet, Huawei demonstrates its equipment and its various roles within the ShowNet architecture.
Geoffrey Mattson, VP of Strategy, Solutions and Business Development at the Routing Business Unit of Juniper Networks, explains how the convergence of packet and optical platforms can help network operators become more efficient, develop new services and embrace software-defined networking (SDN)
What is Huawei's channel strategy in Japan? What kind of partners will be the right ones for Huawei in the Japanese market -- professional partners or those with mutual enthusiasm? Saito Jun, Executive General Manager of Huawei Partner Sales Department, provides some insight.
Henry Fujimiya, Professor at The University of Yamanashi and Senior Advisor of TIS Inc., talks about his experience as a Huawei customer. He also reveals how the 'My Number System' will start in Japan within the next three years. Professor Fujimiya also describes how TIS hopes Huawei will become the most trusted enterprise in Japan by providing the most secure and reliable servers for data center deployments.
Senior executives from TeliaSonera International Carrier (TSIC) explain how Carrier Ethernet is supporting the creation and delivery of cutting edge services across the carrier’s extensive global fiber backbone.
Steven Shalita, VP of Marketing, NetScout Systems, Inc., discusses the challenges Cable/MSO operators face in assuring the delivery of services as they roll out new IP-based services over ever growing IP networks.
Steven Shalita, VP of Marketing, NetScout Systems, Inc., discusses how 3G and LTE mobile network operators can leverage their service assurance investments for network-derived business and operational intelligence.
Cox's Jeff Finkelstein outlines the anticipated benefits and drivers of Docsis 3.1, and explains how much bandwidth operators will need to free up during the initial deployment of the emerging, multi-gigabit platform.
New CableLabs CEO Phil McKinney offers an update on the R&D house’s activities, including his top priorities, the role that the recently formed 'innovation team' will play, and when CableLabs expects to complete the Docsis 3.1 specifications
Acme Packet introduced a few new communication technologies for carriers: virtualization of its IP communication products, a new flagship session border control solution, and Palladion to provide a real-time view of all of the rich media communication activities taking place on the network.
Radisys CTO Manish Singh discusses how the company's cloud offerings enable rich communication services, new user experiences, and enhanced operator monetization. He also discusses the company's small cell and LTE-A rollouts.
HEVC (high efficiency video codec), or H.265 as some refer to it, will allow operators to deliver higher quality video while consuming less bandwidth. Rovi is helping drive HEVC adoption through its SDKs, DivX certification and more
Aptilo Networks VP Marketing Johan Terve talks about the benefits of carrier-class Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi offloading at Mobile World Congress 2013. With Aptilo's solutions, mobile operators can generate additional revenue, reduce churn and attract new customers by providing carrier-class Wi-Fi services.
SMS has become a major threat vector. There are millions of spam SMS messages every day, resulting in the loss of personal data and and money. Mobile operators see increased churn and customer care as a result, as well as real bottom line impact. Cloudmark discusses these challenges and what operators can do about this threat