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Protecting Your Campus Network: Is it Even Possible?

October 10, 2017

Via: William Palmer

Let’s face it: these days, if your students don’t have internet access, you might as well close shop. With the technologies you have at your disposal, that’s not really a problem – until you realize that each network comes with […]


Featured, Software

New mindsets for new times – network virtualization

October 10, 2017

Via: Andy Melman

DataCenterKnowledge reported at the beginning of 2017 that AT&T virtualized their customer-facing network in the proportion of over 30 percent. This is part of a three year program that aims to achieve network virtualization by 2018. Three thirds of the […]


Featured, Software

Is SD-WAN more powerful for enterprise networking?

July 9, 2017

Via: Andy Melman

Remember software-defined networking? In fact, software-defined anything, out of the ever growing range of tech features that slowly move towards virtualization, beginning with this step. SD-WAN is in the spotlight this time, as software-defined networking in wide-area networks is the […]


Featured, Hardware

What to consider when searching for the best NAS

June 5, 2017

Via: James Hughes

Network attached storage or NAS is a technology that functions as a network node in a box. Without implying the same complexity of a file server, this storage system has a greater storage capacity and network administrators (and applications or […]


Featured, Software

Why is Huawei Cloud Native the best technology enabler this year?

March 7, 2017

Via: Andy Melman

As we have mentioned in previous articles, network virtualization is currently of utmost importance in the Telco-networking industry. Not only is it a priority, but the race is ongoing in all that might mean improving this technology. At this year’s […]


Featured, Software

How does Silicon Valley react to immigration order?

February 1, 2017

Via: Andy Melman

While Apple opposes the Friday immigration order, and considers legal counterattack options, other Silicon Valley companies weigh their back-up plans. Tech Crunch mentions how companies consider moving their foreign-born employees to Canada. Some of the co-founders join forces in view […]


Featured, Software

How about programmable functional data disaggregation?

November 15, 2016

Via: Andy Melman

Programmable functional disaggregation is the new buzzword in the telecom industry. Telco Transformation mentions this type of data disaggregation in one of its September editorials. It involves breaking up network equipment into smaller, more flexible and leverage components. Basically, this […]


Featured, Wireless

How does IoT benefit its adopters’ revenue?

October 11, 2016

Via: Andy Melman

This summer’s Vodafone Internet of Things’ (IoT) Barometer Report shed some light over the way IoT adoption does influence revenue growth for businesses. Looking at the way 74 percent of the Americas’ businesses view IoT as being critical for remaining […]


Featured, Hardware

Rural broadband is inconsistent, but why?

September 27, 2016

Via: Andy Melman

The amount of funding available for rural broadband investments, as allotted by FCC, counts $2.15 billion – a sum voted in March 2016 to be “distributed to Internet providers through a reverse auction in which bidders will commit to providing specific […]


Featured, Hardware

Bluetooth 5.0 – a new standard for IoT

September 16, 2016

Via: Andy Melman

Invented in 1994 by Ericsson, the Bluetooth technology serves in short-distance data traffic. Data exchange via Bluetooth employs “short-wavelength UHF radio waves in the ISM band from 2.4 to 2.485 GHz” and all such device manufacturers have to meet the […]