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Multi-access edge computing (MEC) is expected to play a strategic role as networks transform, bringing new levels of performance and access to mobile, wireless, and wired networks in support of future services and applications. A key goal of MEC is to reduce network congestion and improve application performance by moving functions, content and processing closer to the subscriber. By doing so, network operators will be able to better utilize network resources while also improving the delivery of content and applications to provide end users with a better quality of experience through lower latency and higher bandwidth ...

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For the data center space, most of the talk over the past few years has been around how big data center buildouts are getting bigger, with most discussions around large Amazon, Facebook, Google, and Microsoft deployments. In early 2017, we heard about data center locations that would span multiple buildings with over a million of square feet in capacity ...
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Your robot might beat you up. It sounds like a tired sci-fi cliché, but it’s true. Early last month, security firm IOActive released research that documented the sorry state of robotic security. The firm found lots of problems – and did so without looking very hard ...

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The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) does a good job of methodically increasing the distance that 802.11 – Wi-Fi – can cover and the amount of data that can be transmitted. The key now is to make sure that services within the areas covered offer the same level of quality as other wireless approaches ...
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Discussions around 5G tend to focus on radio technologies and frequency bands. As with any innovation, the technical aspects are important, but they are a means, not an end. Furthermore, the deployment of 5G will require a tremendous expenditure of time and money. Why will operators invest their precious resources in 5G? ...
 
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