Providing a clear picture of network and application performance and the ability to make real-time changes is particularly useful to SMBs that often face budget constraints and have less in-house IT and cybersecurity staff than larger enterprises.
Letter calls for EU Parliament to stand up for user privacy rights in reform of ePrivacy directive, and not defend the interests of tech giants.
A number of tech companies, including those in the telecom industry, are scheduled to meet with the Biden administration Monday to discuss the effects of the global chipset shortage.
New president signals that he, too, plans to take a tough line over technologies regarded as a potential threat.
Dish Network is now promising 'a cloud-native solution that integrates network security from the foundation up.' Nokia, Allot and Palo Alto Networks are providing the details.
When private 5G meets factories it brings cybercriminals to the yard. Fujitsu partners up with Trend Micro to eyeball if they can cook up a solution.
After making a similar complaint against Apple, the noyb pressure group has now launched action against the Android Advertising Identifier.
Our short, informal survey revealed that nearly one in every five people who went to MWC Barcelona in 2019 are still not sure about whether they'll attend #MWC21.
The Motorola MG8725 gateway is also the first in an anticipated lineup of Minim products to be outfitted with Wi-Fi 6 technology.
Prosimo's AXI service addresses several challenges enterprises face in cloud application delivery, including managing operating costs, meeting application SLAs and 'fragmented security.'
The service provider is launching the new teleworker SD-WAN service to address a growing hybrid workforce that is accessing business applications both on-premises and in the home.
Chipmaker can finally pop the cork, although the US agency still believes the company violated antitrust laws.
Taiwan's MediaTek is now the world's biggest smartphone chipset supplier, according to several analyst firms. The US government's actions against Huawei are partly to blame.
AdaptiveMobile reveals a 'major security flaw' in the architecture of 5G network slicing and virtualized network functions.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Suri rekindles French connection; Telenor rebrands its IoT offer; Ofcom to open tech hub in Manchester.
Once upon a time, it was just the US moving against Chinese tech; now it's China moving against Chinese tech, too.
JEA, NRTC and Southern California Edison are some of the utilities that may join the likes of San Diego Gas & Electric and New York Power Authority in exploring private wireless networks.
Benu Networks has updated its Virtualized Broadband Network Gateway to operate in cloud-native environments, and has added SASE functionality and 5G wireless/wireline convergence capabilities.
Sierra Wireless said the hack forced it to shut down production at its manufacturing sites. The company's stock tumbled as a result.
Lockheed Martin and Omnispace indicated their efforts could target a wide variety of sectors including 'defense, government and military use, including mobile joint all-domain interoperable communications.'