The network transformation needed to build the 5G future is currently underway.
With the help of machine learning and AI, software-defined networks could soon aid businesses with network management.
Today, the enterprise “network” is mobile and accessed through devices by multiple users, with a lot of the services being used served via the cloud that bypass traditional network parameters.
A virtual private network helps you stay safe while online, and keeps your private things away from prying eyes.
Clustering, or distribution networks, is one of the most critical pieces in the counterfeiting landscape today.
It’s clear that today’s network infrastructure and architecture models need to be revised to enable the full benefits of digital fibre.
IoT and other emerging technologies are helping brands offer an enhanced customer experience to customers.
North America will have commercial 5G by the end of the year, with many other countries not far behind.
Verizon and Nokia have successfully conducted a new experiment that will (hopefully) bring us closer to 5G networks in our cars.