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Category: Network Virtualization


Network Virtualization, Types

VMware Delivers Next-Generation Network Functions Virtualization Platform for 5G and Multi-Cloud Telco Networks

June 13, 2018

Via: VMBlog

VMware, Inc. announced VMware vCloud NFV-OpenStack Edition 3.0, the next generation of the company’s production-proven network functions virtualization (NFV) platform for communications service providers (CSPs). With this new version of vCloud NFV-OpenStack Edition, which will include VMware Integrated OpenStack-Carrier Edition […]


Network Virtualization, Predictions, Trends, Types

Almost half of US consumers will have access to 5G by 2023

June 12, 2018

Via: ZDNet

Close to half of all US consumers will have access to 5G networks by 2023, according to Ericsson. 4G networking is now commonplace and offers better speeds than its predecessor, 3G. However, our thirst for mobile data brought on through […]


Innovations, Network Virtualization, Trends, Types

Cisco rolls out new fabric switches in storage portfolio update

April 26, 2018

Via: ZDNet

Cisco is updating its storage networking portfolio with features designed to reduce performance and latency issues for on-premise mission-critical applications. The updates include new 32Gpbs fixed switches and new features for its MDS Diagnostics suite. Cisco said the MDS 32G […]


Network Virtualization, Types

Data centres and cloud networks: Security in the modern context

April 13, 2018

Via: iCLOUD.pe

Traditionally, companies have sought to create a hardened IT network perimeter that kept all potential cyber threats out and to protect organisations through the use of network security platforms such as firewalls. In the modern context, however, this has become […]


Challenges, Network Virtualization, Trends, Types

Stingray spying: 5G will protect you against surveillance attacks, say standards-setters

March 23, 2018

Via: ZDNet

5G mobile connectivity is just around the corner. But while it promises improved support for the growing Internet of Things and help for mobile operators coping with increasing data demands, it also brings significant security risks. 5G networks will involve […]


Network Virtualization, Types

5G Networking: What to Expect, and How to Get Ready

March 21, 2018

Via: SQL Server Pro

Every new generation of cellular technology, or “G” as each is known, has brought with it a level of excitement that is otherwise rare in high-tech today. And, considering all that 5G networking promises, it’s still easy to get excited, […]


Cloud Computing, Network Virtualization, Types

Why cloud-native virtual network functions are important for NFV

March 8, 2018

Via: iCLOUD.pe

Virtual network functions (VNFs) are software implementations of network function equipment packaged in virtual machines, on top of commercial off the shelf hardware NFV infrastructure. VNFs are a core part of NFV – as we know the base of NFV […]


Network Virtualization, Types

Network Builders See Light at the End of Tunnel as 5G Approaches

February 26, 2018

Via: SQL Server Pro

The technology that will revolutionize the way people and companies use mobile devices is closer than you think. That was the message from the top network-equipment makers when they took the stage at the wireless industry’s annual gathering in Barcelona. […]


Network Virtualization, Predictions, Trends, Types

How 5G will impact the future of farming and John Deere’s digital transformation

February 2, 2018

Via: ZDNet

At 180 years old, John Deere has become a household name that conjures images of farmland, tractors and rural America. But what’s less known about the iconic company is that it’s become a leading tech innovator in the precision agriculture […]


Cloud Computing, Network Virtualization, Types

Cloud Makes Cyber Risk Insurance More Complicated

February 1, 2018

Via: SQL Server Pro

When you look at the costs of doing business, there are certain line items that are more predictable than others. Take for example monthly software as a service fees or office leases. But one area that has less predictability is […]