With the mobile ecosystem becoming increasingly vulnerable to security threats, AdaptiveMobile has laid out some of the key considerations for the wireless community.
Everyone's talking about gigabit broadband, but where in the world would you find such a service?
Five of the Top 10 most targeted countries in Check Point Software Technologies' global Malware & Threat Index for Q1 2016 are in Africa.
We all know that the network of the future will be virtual, but when will virtual become a reality? This video infographic covers the four key areas in which Light Reading, in partnership with EANTC, tested Cisco's NFV infrastructure: performance, reliability, multi-service capabilities and single pane of glass management.
Cisco's latest VNI numbers suggest the world will be using 366.8 exabytes of data on smartphones and Internet of Things devices, up from 44.2 exabytes, in 2015.
F5 explores enterprise attitudes toward the cloud in general, hybrid cloud in particular, and cloud's relationship to application delivery, security, and other issues.
Siemens breaks down three different approaches that may be part of an operator's roadmap to all-IP.
4G Americas and Ovum break down where the Americas stand in relation to the rest of the world when it comes to LTE coverage.
IT managers are worried, they're not prepared for disaster. The bad news is they're not wrong. The good news is Expedient, a cloud, data center and managed services provider, has information to help.
Network operators start seeing savings from NFV in the first year, according to a study by Affirmed Networks and ACG.
Equinix walks through the past four digital economy eras from computing to network to connected to today's interconneted world.
Procera has gathered facts, stats and customer experience feedback from a survey of 540 users from across the globe.
Network functions virtualization (NFV) is not the easiest of topics to take on board, so here's a Light Reading infographic, developed following conversations with the folks at HP, that helps make sense of where NFV is taking the industry.
A study run by Insights in Marketing and commissioned by Meredith shows the devices, channels and ways in which women are consuming content.
The Wi-Fi Alliance talks up the global progress of 5Ghz dual-band WiFi devices.
Network Instruments, a JDSU division, shares results from its 2015 State of the Network, a global survey on security.
RiverMeadow outlines why the hybrid cloud is here to stay.
An infographic from WhichVoip shows some of the momentum around the US Gigabit Cities movement.
Net neutrality, broadband services and the current outlook on data consumption, as presented by the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Cisco's yearly VNI report shows how the increasing number of smartphones is affecting global video traffic volumes.
Alcatel-Lucent details the formats and protocols used for streaming IP video, which is gaining in popularity.
Internet of Things gadgets promise to make your home smarter, but do they make it safer, or just open it up to more threats?
Mobile malware is becoming an increasing threat to smartphone users.
Irish Telecom outlines the rise of VoIP technology, including its adoption within businesses and their perception of its quality.
WhoIsHostingThis.com presents six of the world's most extreme WiFi hotspots, enabling the most epic selfies you can imagine.
Half of the world's population will be connected to the Internet by 2017, but not just by smartphones and desktops.
Mosaik Solutions presents its 2014 maps of the wireless world in the US, including cable WiFi deployments, LTE network expansion and 600MHz auction boundaries.
A survey conducted by Vasona Networks suggests that 72% of mobile users expect good performance all the time, and they'll blame the network operator when it's not up to par.
Packet Design asks network professionals how they handle the cloud, SDN, and network management.
Allot's latest MobileTrends Charging Report shows that value-based pricing plans are up from 35% in 2011 to 85% in 2014.
VoLTE is good for the customer and for the carrier, says Nokia.
Comcast Business survey indicates that WiFi is a better customer retention tool than candy, water, or free magazines.
SDN is the flavor of the month for some, but for others it's not on the menu, according to a Network Instruments study.
New SDN startup explains why virtualizing the enterprise WAN is the best way to optimize network resources.
DNS attacks have risen 200% in the past year. Are you prepared?
Symantec shares a snapshot of how the M2M security model is evolving.
All you ever wanted to know -- and more! -- about data centers in the US.
The case for deploying small cells inside business premises is compelling.
Small cells will carry half of all mobile data traffic by 2015, Broadcom is predicting.
Citrix looks at a day in the life of modern smartphone users, including what apps they use and when.
Rapid growth in mobile data usage by consumers drove WiFi offloading to record heights in US last year.
Cisco's latest Visual Networking Index (VNI) is out, and the data usage numbers are as staggering as ever.
LTE subscribers are consuming 10 times more data than 3G handset users, but only 0.1% of LTE users are driving more than 40% of all usage, a new JDSU study shows.
Sprint explains what sparked the need for its tri-mode network and how it will improve upon past networks.
The lack of real-time capabilities is hurting service providers, so a back office refresh is vital.
All of the top 100 paid Android apps, and 56% of the Top 100 paid Apple iOS apps have been hacked in 2013, Arxan finds.
Where the Latin American mobile market is now and where it's headed.
ARIN, the American Registry for Internet Numbers, explains the financial impact of not getting your IPv6 transition in order.
More than 500 US WISPs tell Exalt Communications their concerns, hopes, and backhaul preferences.
LTE is now a global phenomenon, with some markets evolving their 3G networks and others jump-starting from 2G to 4G LTE.
The rise of OTT messaging apps is undeniable, but there is still a big opportunity for operators and SMS in emerging markets.
The introduction of LTE services is having a dramatic impact on the mobile broadband market.
LTE diameter signaling traffic is growing more than twice as fast as mobile data traffic, according to Oracle's Tekelec.
A simple Sprint guide to how 4G LTE works.
Although 4K video is coming faster than many expected and the first UHD TVs are already in the stores, cable operators and other pay-TV providers may not be ready to implement it.
A timeline that celebrates the 40th anniversary of Ethernet.
WiFi speeds could exceed 120 Mbit/s by 2020, mobile analytics company WeFi suggests.
From ugly to ubiquitous, so go the phones of our lives...
That's Bring Your Own Device, not Buy Your Own Drinks...
RootMetrics uses its smartphone app to spot 4G LTE signals from AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile & Verizon across the US, giving us a picture of the connectivity available via the new wireless data tech in summer 2013
When will SDN be widely adopted to the point that it significantly impacts the competitive landscape for services?
A timeline of innovation in Ethernet and optical technologies
Survey results provide some insight into shortlisting and procurement decisions