Regardless of size cybersecurity has become a massive source of frustration for organizations all sizes. A greater percentage of IT spending is now being consumed by cybersecurity products and services.
Ericsson, Nokia, Qualcomm, and Samsung have all recently conducted tests of 5G networks based on the Non-Standalone 5G New Radio (NSA 5G NR) standard.
Achieving standard, commodity uCPEs will be a longer journey than anticipated.
“Obviously I love my vSAN child. It’s not as important as my NSX child,” VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger said, referring to VMware’s software-defined storage and networking platform, respectively.
OSM Release Five adds support for network slicing and employs a microservices architecture to make it a viable choice for 5G use cases.
Swedish carrier Telia Company is the latest carrier to announce it has switched on a 5G network, with the help of Ericsson of course.
Google's compute infrastructure is straining to keep up with data demands. The company is looking for "novel ways" to do more data processing. That might include cluster computing.
It affects all Kubernetes-based products and services, and it gives hackers full administrative privileges on any compute node being run in a Kubernetes cluster.
In 2019 the company will deploy these routers at several thousand towers to support its mobile 5G network.
IT professionals list Microsoft Azure as the best cloud provider in terms of cost effectiveness, having the most advanced tools, reliability, and having the best support for container environments.
Almost 900 vendors competed for the 10-year award. The Navy selected six.
Cisco’s SON technology works in multi-vendor deployments based on any combination of cellular technologies. It supports RAN nodes from any major vendor as well as multiple data-source vendors.
This is Barefoot’s second generation release of its P4-programmable Tofino Ethernet switch ASIC family.
A bunch of service providers from around the world are starting to implement ONAP code into their networks.
South Korea is the first nation in Asia to launch commercial 5G networks as KT, LG UPlus, and SK Telecom, switch on services.