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Operators seeking to support diverse services can use network slicing to configure virtual network instances, optimized to specific customer/application requirements, faster and at less cost than traditional dedicated networks. This paper explains how slicing can be introduced in 4G networks, while building a foundation for 5G. New capabilities, such as a Virtual Slice Selection function, enable fine-grained network slicing across legacy and virtualized, multi-vendor network environments.
Only four years ago, the implementation of a network functions virtualization (NFV)-based cloud for many communications service providers (CSPs) was considered a radical step in the transformation process. In contrast, today few CSPs would disagree that their future, on some level, is the cloud. There are several reasons for this sudden shift, but the key drivers relate to a fundamental change in the telco rules of customer engagement and service delivery model.
The Internet of Things is expected to become an integral part of the enterprise over the next five to ten years. However, securing hundreds or even thousands of connected devices is too big of a challenge for most enterprises. The cloud, though, is a secret weapon that can be used to bridge that gap. Here’s why you should let your IoT security concerns really be the concern of your cloud provider.
Analyst firm Frost & Sullivan explains how new content protection mechanisms can deter and detect TV content piracy, outlining alternative approaches to watermarking TV content distributed over the internet.