Tag: trends


Top 6 Enterprise Networking Trends for the Upcoming Year

November 30, 2020

Via: Diana Beverly Ross

  You’ve probably seen the trends for networking this year. But what about next year? In 2021, organizations across the globe will take a closer look at their networking plans, while employees will continue to rely on mobile access. Moreover, […]


5G Interworking: Going Beyond the 5G Technology Silo

January 8, 2019

Via: The Fast Mode

According to a recent 5G study by industry analyst IHS, over eighty percent of the participating mobile operators are involved in trialing and testing 5G technology. These trials take place mainly in North America and Asia. Most of these are […]


Three international Wi-Fi trends

May 25, 2017

Via: RCR Wireless News

Although the U.S. is one of the largest Wi-Fi markets, international Wi-Fi is also an area of importance. According to Accuray Research, the global Wi-Fi hot spot market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of more […]


What’s New in Networking: Docker at TFD12

April 27, 2017

Via: NetCraftsmen

At the closing session of Tech Field Day 12 (#TFD12), Docker presented on the significant new features in Docker networking. I and some of the #NFD13 delegates attended, as Docker was the closing presentation the day before NFD13. Hey, they […]

Monitoring&Analysis, Security

How Do You Lock Down The Network?

April 14, 2017

Via: CRN

How much does security impact the work of those who oversee corporate networks? More than 1,000 IT professionals answered that question recently for Viavi Solutions in its 10th annual State of the Network study, whose results were released this week. […]

Editorial, Hardware, Software

What is the future shape of telecommunications? (2016 Telco trends)

May 23, 2016

Via: Andy Melman

While various industries reflect progress and change to certain degrees and with different speeds of pervasion, the telecommunications industry stands right in the middle of all the new tech disruptions. This environment is highly prone to innovations, and its specific […]