Category: SDN


Q&A with Anuradha Udunuwara

Anuradha is an expert in the field of Telecom & Technology with over 15 years industry experience in Strategy, Architecture, Engineering, Design, Plan, Implementation, and Maintenance of Communications Service Provider Networks.

Cracking the Code of SDN

This webinar will be hosted on our sister site, Light Reading.  Date: 27th September Time: 3pm UK London Time Software is indeed eating the world and changing industries forever… in the network world now, if it’s not software defined, it’s legacy. Though widely accepted to be an industry revolution and not just the latest marketing […]

CityFibre taunts rivals with 10 Gbps speeds claim

CityFibre has announced a partnership with Calix to deliver, what it claims, would be the world’s only Software Defined Access (SDA) operating system across, delivering mouth-watering speeds across its fibre network.

Operator virtualization strategies in Asia

Different operators/service providers, adopt different strategies in transforming their businesses to becoming a Digital Service Provider (DSP) from the current Communications Service Provider.

IBM continues down the road to recovery

Rome wasn’t built in a day, and IBM’s readiness for the connected era certainly took some time, but another solid quarter perhaps demonstrates the corner has finally been turned.

VodafoneZiggo tells operators to virtualize fast

The approach of 5G brings with it the promise of a whole range of exciting new use cases. But before we strap on our VR headsets, the operators need to create networks that live up to the promises.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: GDPR SNAFU

Scott and Jamie are joined by Ray from Light Reading this week, who can barely contain his excitement at the prospect of talking about regulation. The guys reflect on the entirely predictable SNAFU that has been the first week of GDPR, before reflecting on Nokia’s more recent devices misadventures following the failed Withings experiment. Ray concludes with a look at where we are now regarding virtualization which is so authoritative that the other two wisely decide not to try to pick holes in it, preferring instead to ask about ham, egg and chips.

Polls

Should privacy be treated as a right to protect stringently, or a commodity for users to trade for benefits?

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