Posts about Access Network

The benefits of moving towards a virtualized environment have been well publicized – eliminating vendor dependence and product obsolescence, faster introduction of new products and services, and the creation of a flexible, user-driven, on-demand service delivery environment that enables network functions to be dynamically defined, deployed and reassigned to match and organizations scale, performance and capabilities requirement ...

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There is a lot of excitement in the industry regarding immersive experiences, but what exactly are they? From a virtual reality (VR) perspective, the experience is typically a computer-generated simulation or recreation of a real-life environment or scenario. It immerses the user by making them feel like they are experiencing the simulated reality firsthand, primarily through the stimulation of vision and hearing ...
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“The New Network Edge” is nomenclature developed by some telecommunications and data center industry participants to describe what they see as a new paradigm in networking – getting content delivery closer to the end user and away from bottlenecked major peering points. The Internet started with just four major peering points centered in major metropolitan and technology areas in the US – Chicago, New York City, Washington D.C. and Palo Alto, California ...
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For any regular readers of this blog, it will come as no surprise that I was fascinated this week by the release of Cisco’s latest Visual Networking Index (VNI) study and its explosive findings on the growth of mobile broadband. So explosive in fact, that the sheer volume of news that it generated was almost as steep as the study’s predictions for the world’s appetite for mobile data.
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