This Heavy Reading white paper presents research-based key findings that provide valuable insight into CSPs DDoS enforcement strategies, as well as how they are adopting leading-edge automation based technologies to maintain the healthy balance between blocking out bad actors without limiting the access of legitimate users.
XR is meant to be mobile and it is going to get better once we have 5G. Take a look at this comprehensive presentation on boundless XR messaging from Qualcomm about split-rendering, utilizing on-device processing, 5G, and edge cloud.
Mobilizing mmWave for smartphones is no small feat, and it requires cutting-edge R&D and working with the entire ecosystem. Download this presentation to see how Qualcomm is overcoming another impossible challenge to transform mobile communications.
This Heavy Reading survey report explores how well CSPs are managing the new demands cloud transformation is having on one of the core tenets of network management – security.
In this eBrief presented by Palo Alto Networks, we start by defining what the telco cloud is and how it is currently evolving. From there, we examine why traditional security solutions often come up short when it comes to securing the telco cloud, what new solutions are arriving on the market, and areas where more innovation is needed.
This white paper provides in-depth context on the three types of modern IoT attacks, the entire lifecycle of the attack, and the impact of two primary cyber attack scenarios on IoT devices.
This Light Reading report highlights many of the challenges, and doubts, that operators are facing in the early days of 5G deployments but also points to opportunities and the roles that will be played by others in fulfilling the promise of this new communications era.
This report examines the status of network automation among operators, the objectives they are pursuing and the barriers they must overcome.
In the telecommunication industry, a cloud native application has specific performance requirements. With the right design principles that gives benefits that span from application performance, resiliency to automation. Download the document to find out more.
Total cost of ownership (TCO) is always key. However, during technology shifts and business transformations it becomes crucial. Ericsson's dual-mode 5G Cloud Core enables new ways of achieving challenging business and operational goals. Download this TCO paper to find out more!
By 2023, 5G will make up around one-fifth of all mobile data traffic, with subscription uptake forecast to reach 1 billion. 4G LTE has also exploded since its launch in 2010, accounting for some 50 percent of total traffic in 2017 and still growing. Distributed cloud computing is paving the way for the future of network communications and, rather than waiting for 5G, operators should build tomorrow's networks today.
Learn more about how the Ericsson Edge NFVI enables service providers to distribute compute, storage and network resources to the edge to seize the opportunities promised by 5G use cases.
The time for the transformation of the services edge and edge computing deployment is upon us now. With our partners, Cisco has established several reference examples for edge deployments which can be used as a starting point.
In this paper, we explore the first of the four fundamental pillars of service edge transformation: applications and services. The following areas are addressed: user experience, economics, decomposition, disaggregation and convergence.
Enterprises are looking for a partner that can make SD-WAN as easy to deploy and use as any other managed service. Service providers that can meet this need have a huge opportunity to dominate this exploding market. But must first do two things.
When it comes to your Core, Trust No One. This paper discusses how to secure the packet core for 4G (also referred to as the Evolved Packet Core [EPC]) and 5G Core (5GC) using the concept of zero trust security.
This paper presents a TCO analysis comparing the economics of a converged IP/MPLS transport network with more traditional dedicated networks. The results demonstrate an overall TCO savings of 62%, CAPEX savings of 60%, and OPEX savings of 66%.
Revenue growth for network operators and managed service providers require identifying their total addressable market, targeting the right accounts, and pricing to maximize close rates. Location Intelligence delivers insights that optimize each of these areas while automating currently manual efforts.
This white paper is based on the operator survey results from a global survey in July 2019 and provides a high level analysis of the data and the key findings.
In this overview - Network functions virtualization with Red Hat® - you’ll learn how Red Hat®‘s integrated stack delivers the scalability, performance, and security your NFV implementation needs.
This Red Hat® Consulting e-book details the benefits of the NFV Adoption program, which provides a phased approach that simplifies, organizes, and automates the process of introducing and operationalizing an NFV environment.
Read why Red Hat® Ansible® Automation is the ideal choice for telecommunications service providers hoping to break free from traditional management approaches to fully capitalize on modern technologies like network functions virtualization (NFV).
IDC conducted a global study to assess how IT management and automation strategies are evolving due to digital transformation initiatives. This infobrief summarizes key findings from the survey, with highlights from respondents in the telecommunications industry.
In this Red Hat® e-book, telecommunications service providers share how they used open source solutions to optimize their IT and build a high-performance network capable of meeting modern demand.
This white paper is based on a Heavy Reading survey carried out in late 2018 that focused on communications service providers (CSPs) worldwide with less than $5 billion in revenue. The survey aimed to determine the CSPs’ level of engagement in the emerging Internet of Things (IoT) market.
Edge compute (distributed IT) installations have become increasingly business critical. Deploying and operating IT at the edge of the network, however, comes with unique challenges. Meeting them requires a departure from the traditional means of selecting, configuring, assembling, operating and maintaining these systems.
This whitepaper looks at the network- and service-level enhancements brought about by 5G and determines the need for application awareness provided by deep packet inspection at various points throughout the network.
On the occasion of the WISPALOOZA 2019 event in Las Vegas, October 14-18, 2019, Siklu sat down with WISPs from Mexico, the UK and US to discuss their current and upcoming GWA activities.
While the use cases for 5G are compelling, implementing such a groundbreaking technology presents challenges. Mobile operators need to provide network engineering and operations with the tools they need to manage the implementation to ensure 5G is a success.