Just when you thought the waters were safe ...
Edge, the new overhyped term for MWC 2020.
The never-ending and quixotic quest for the universal networking fabric.
AvidThink (formerly SDxCentral Research) has put together a research brief that explains the infrastructure changes required, and the role that software-defined and cloud-native technologies will play in the 5G world, including supporting network...
Try as you might, there’s no avoiding 5G (real and fake), IoT, SD-WAN, or AI.
In 2019 SD-WAN solutions will converge toward a universal archetype.
A collaborative approach from service providers might yield better results than one that seeks to disempower the vendors.
Achieving standard, commodity uCPEs will be a longer journey than anticipated.
Google, nVidia, IBM face a new formidable AI challenger in Huawei.
WiFi, fixed access, and satellites are promising technologies that operators should consider as viable alternatives to fiber or microwave for 5G backhaul.
SDxCentral’s new Research Brief on Edge Computing aims to provide insights into the most common pitfalls in building out the edge and provides recommendations on how to maximize success at the Edge for operators.
The combination of edge computing, 5G RAN, and low latency will deliver a faster 5G experience.
It may soon be unnecessary to backhaul traffic to the data center.
While cloud computing represents a significant advance, it's really the network edge computing phenomenon that will transform the digital end user experience.