While the reasons for moving to a cloud environment are plentiful, most discussions of cloud benefits focus on the decision maker or IT leader's perspective. But what about the business users, the people who actually work in the cloud? What's their perspective and how does it, or doesn’t it, align with IT leaders?
Building on the transformation started in 4G LTE.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is bringing a massive surge of smart, connected devices that will enable new services and efficiencies across industries.
The connected vehicle is already a mainstream reality. Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. is a proven, trusted solution provider for automotive.
5G networks must be designed with new capabilities addressing the needs of new vertical markets. Current mobile standards lack well-defined interfaces to the service layer.
Among the current standards recommendations for the fifth-generation (5G) mobile network are exciting technologies and architectures that promise more flexibility and agility, less complexity, and higher performance while lowering an operator's total cost of ownership.
The world of communications services tend to look quite different from the perspective of large, household-name Internet service providers (ISPs), on the one hand, and smaller ISPs on the other.
Over the past few years, the cloud conversation – particularly in the telecom industry – has largely been focused on technology. We’ve talked about governance and automation pretty much non-stop, and rightly so, since those are some of the most fundamental concepts behind the businesses that everybody in this space is looking to build. That discussion is pretty much done, and now we need another one – this time about platforms.
Radware is often cited as having the best DDoS protection in the security industry,enabled by a powerful detection algorithm.This paper explains Radware’s approach to developing and implementing this algorithm and why it considers rate and ratio in its calculations. The result is superior protection that mitigates attack traffic without impacting good traffic.