Category: SDN


AT&T goes big on another fixed wireless 5G trial

AT&T has made a play to launch itself to the top of the wireless standings with a new trial in Austin where the team hope to deliver speeds up to 1 gigabit per second using mmWave spectrum.

HPE has a go at creating a security USP

HPE has announced the launch of its ProLiant portfolio, claiming to be the first vendor to put silicon-based security into its industry standard servers.

Network Convergence & the Future of Central Offices

C-RAN deployments are gaining momentum, and 5G is on the horizon. To maximize asset utilization and simplify infrastructure, service providers are considering the convergence of their wireline and wireless networks.In addition, the development of software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV) may mean big changes for the Central Office. How big? Explore the impact of network convergence and the approaching passive infrastructure challenges on your Central Office.

AT&T signals the end of 5G friendliness

The industry promised us it was going to work together to deliver 5G, and maybe we should be grateful it lasted this long, but AT&T’s latest announcement signals 5G friendliness is over.

AT&T, Colt and Orange have a virtualization party

Wholesale operator Colt has claimed its position as the network for networks after doing some SDN and NFV cleverness with AT&T. Coincidentally, Orange announced the launch of an SDN project at the exact same time.

Nokia tries to reassure on SDN

Nobody doubts SDN is the future, will change the world and is a generally great thing, but does it actually work? Nokia insists it does, honest.

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