Webinar: In the 5G future, what’s the role of Wi-Fi?
July 3, 2018
Wi-Fi’s massive success (more than half of mobile device traffic is over Wi-Fi) has not stopped Wi-Fi from evolving
Taking edge computing from vision to reality
June 29, 2018
A conversation with Caroline Chan, Vice President and General Manager, 5G Infrastructure Division, Intel
Is zero-touch automation possible?
June 25, 2018
In this conversation with Mansoor Hanif, Director of the Converged Network Research Lab at BT, we talked about how automation is evolving, from the scripts of a decade or more ago to zero-touch automation.
Webinar: Getting edgy
June 21, 2018
Location, location, location. With virtualization operators have the choice to centralize or distribute functions. Far from making location irrelevant, virtualization enable operators to leverage location to optimize network performance and subscriber experience.
Webinar: The TCO for fixed OnGo using CBRS spectrum
June 14, 2018
A discussion on how OnGo unlocks valuable spectrum for fixed users while offering the performance of licensed spectrum at a lower expected cost.
Webinar: How subscriber intelligence and network insights can ease migration to 5G
June 10, 2018
The ability to understand and obtain insights into network performance from the customer perspective will offer a key advantage to operators as they plan their migration to 5G.
Automation: Test automation in virtualized networks
April 13, 2018
Testing is an area where automation is crucial as we move to virtualized, complex and dynamic networks, where more elements and vendors have to interoperate, and operators have to ensure everything works as expected. We talked abuout these topics with James Hopson at Luxoft.
Webinar: Latency matters
April 10, 2018
Register for the webinar on Wednesday, April 25, 2018, 11:00 AM EST Speakers: Mansoor Hanif, ex-BT; Neeraj Pandey, Vodafone; Thierno Diallo, EXFO; Monica Paolini, Senza Fili
Ciena: From automated to autonomic networks
April 9, 2018
Automation in wireless networks is still surprisingly limited in both scope and depth, but operators have been trying to automate some functions over the years. This type of automation has been driven by a top-down, static approach that translates the knowledge of engineers into scripts that execute repetitive actions. As networks become more complex and powerful, though, this type of automation is no longer sufficient.
Automation: Learn to automate, or automate to learn?
April 4, 2018
What happens when an operator starts to automate its processes? How does the internal culture change, what are the financial benefits, and how does it affect the services the operator offers? Petri Hautakangas and Pablo Tapia at Tupl talked about this and more in this conversation for the “Going deeper with automation” report