Posts about IP

Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) technology is on a roll this month, notably with all the action at Mobile World Congress 2015. It's especially attractive for the wireless world, as the shift to all IP networks with the deployment of LTE enables mobile network operators to manage, scale, and shift around virtual resources within the network ...
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Lessons Learned - Like Sisyphus, who never did manage to roll the huge bolder to the top of the hill, we frequently push for promising new technologies and while we enthusiastically engage, we need to recognize that other technologies start compromising our effort. Examples? Think about all the brilliant brain power that went into ATM! It’s specification and development of respective products kept half a generation of data experts busy. Today, it has almost disappeared with some remaining legacy installations creating headaches for the operational staff.
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Since the early ‘70s, the role of public mobile communication has changed from voice applications for privileged individuals in business and administrations to a ubiquitous service with significant relevance in everybody’s social and business life. Such a major transition was made possible by a sequence of innovations and the introduction of new technologies as specified by the 2G, 3G, LTE and LTE-Advanced releases.
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