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If IT and operations teams thought it was hard to contend with BYOD and Shadow IT, they must prepare for the latest siege on IT — the Internet of Things.
A modular approach to IoT would open the market to a number of developers and unprecedented innovation in this burgeoning industry.
5G and mobile edge computing are inextricably linked and will herald a new wave of innovation.
Despite the movement to cloud, data centers will still be around for the foreseeable future.
IoT devices will leverage IPv6 to address efficiency, scale, and security.
AI allows IoT to turn insight into action.
The server is the core building block of the NFV infrastructure.
All current systems will be unaffected by the additions of SDN.
It is worth recalling that not all things are created equal.
How can network operators make IoT service profitable?
Don’t blindly bite down on something until you know it’s just right.
A SDN approach to smart cities will mean better manageability and flexibility.
SDN is hardly an elixir for IoT security, but it is a helping hand.
As with many emerging technologies, there are pros and cons to SD-WAN adoption.