Tag: networks


How to Support Future Traffic Growth: New 800G Optics MSA

June 26, 2020

Via: Cisco Blog

Traffic across IP networks continues to grow, and networks continue to evolve to manage new traffic patterns and demands. This has always been the case, and the industry has a long history of developing new standards through various organizations, such […]

Monitoring&Analysis, Security, Wireless

8 ways 5G mobile networks will change IoT security, and how to prepare

June 18, 2020

Via: CSO

Super-fast 5G mobile networks promise to link not only people more efficiently, but also allow for greater interconnectivity and control of machines, objects and devices. Its high Gbps data transfer rates, low latency and high capacity will be a boon […]


Who disaggregated my RAN? Part 2: RAN ecosystem–new and improved

June 8, 2020

Via: RCR Wireless News

In my first blog in this new Who Disaggregated My RAN? series, “How it All Falls in Place,” I provided the background that led to the industry’s push for the adoption of an open and disaggregated RAN. Based on my […]


A tiny experimental optical chip can support downloads of 1,000 movies in a split second

June 2, 2020

Via: Networkworld Software

An optical chip the size of a fingernail has enabled Australian researchers to set new optical data rate records on the country’s National Broadband Network (NBN). The raw data rate of 44.2Tbps over conventional optical cable is about three times […]

Analysis, Monitoring&Analysis, Security

Critical Insights to Closing the Growing Cybersecurity Skills Gap

May 29, 2020

Via: CSO

The cybersecurity industry is facing an increasingly widening skills gap that has left many organizations even more vulnerable to breaches. According to a recent Fortinet-commissioned study, conducted by MaritzCX, 73% of respondents reported having had at least one intrusion or […]


How IoT will rescue aviation

May 13, 2020

Via: Networkworld Software

A biotech company that develops sensors to detect explosives and other chemicals on planes and in airports is teaming up with Airbus to create a sensor that could detect passengers who are positive for COVID-19. California-based Koniku and Airbus, which […]

Monitoring&Analysis, Security

Microsegmentation product snapshots: Edgewise Networks, VMware and ShieldX Networks

April 27, 2020

Via: ITWorld Networking

Interest in microsegmentation is growing rapidly. Vendors are stepping forward to help enterprises update their infrastructure security to prevent catastrophic intrusions and data thefts. Here’s a look at three microsegmentation market players, showing what they offer, how they work and […]

Analysis, Monitoring&Analysis

Modern Networks Require High-Performance Internal Segmentation

February 24, 2020

Via: CSO

Today’s businesses run on applications, services, and workflows that need to travel laterally across the extended network without interruption. To keep up with these demands, organizations are having to radically redesign their networks, including the addition of dynamic multi-cloud environments, […]

Analysis, Monitoring&Analysis

How to deal with the impact of digital transformation on networks

January 13, 2020

Via: Networkworld Software

Digital transformation has increased the importance of the network, particularly the edge, where customers, employees, cloud applications and IoT devices connect to the enterprise. The legacy static and non-differentiated network edge of years past is no longer sufficient for many […]

Monitoring&Analysis, Security

Three Types of Risky Communications You Should Watch Out For

November 26, 2019

Via: CSO

How do you know who your Internet Assets are talking to? If you don’t have visibility into risky communications your assets and employees are engaging in, you can’t secure your network and your data. Subsidiaries and strategic suppliers only make […]