As networks become more complex and software-driven due to the rise of 5G, the Internet of Things (IoT), and cloud-based services, service providers have an urgent need to use more proactive methods for addressing service disruptions.
The rapid proliferation of service-based models, including Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and asset management, is attracting new market participants to the analytical instrumentation space.
At the Huawei Global Analyst Summit 2018 (HAS 2018), the Japanese Internet company CyberAgent, Inc. made the following announcement with Huawei: With the help of Huawei’s CloudFabric solution, CyberAgent, Inc.
Cobham Wireless has delivered the first-ever city-wide digital Distributed Antenna System (DAS) network, capable of supporting a wide range of indoor and outdoor smart city and IoT applications, in Germany’s capital, Berlin. Cobham Wireless has created a blueprint for connecting and enabling the smart cities of the future,
Blue Danube Systems, a provider of intelligent wireless access solutions that help mobile operators address the challenge of explosive data growth, introduced its second-generation 5G-ready Massive MIMO system, the BeamCraft™ 600 series.
A new report from Navigant Research examines the global market for lighting as a service (LaaS) solutions in commercial buildings, providing market forecasts for revenue through 2026, as well as details on related services and the competitive landscape.
Cambium Networks™, a global provider of wireless broadband solutions, announced that Tizeti Network Limited has selected its cnPilot™ enterprise Wi-Fi access networks with an ePMP™ fixed wireless infrastructure to upgrade and modernise their networks across Lagos, Nigeria.
The software industry is changing at a startling pace. From virtualisation to the cloud to the Internet of Things (IoT), what software buyers expect and demand from their software investment is drastically different than it was in years past.
Once deployed, the business of managing mobile networks used to be relatively straightforward. Voice and text had a certain predictability. Special events aside, usage of these two services would take place within a set of parameters that the forward-looking network ops team could estimate with sufficient accuracy to stop problems occurring.
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