So Spring is finally here in the New England Area, the snow is finally gone after a record breaking snow fall totals, and the flowers are starting to sprout.
Last week, we announced that ACG Research again confirmed that Cisco continues to be the leading provider of Mobile Packet Core and Mobile IP Infrastructure over the past several quarters. Now another analyst firm, Infonetics Research highlighted that Cisco has indeed garnered the Packet Core Lead at 21.7% based on EPC / 3G Packet Core data in their report “Mobile Infrastructure Equipment” for Q4 2014.
So where is this customer momentum coming from you ask? Well last month Read More »
Tags: ASR5000 Series, AT&T, Cisco, connected car, EPC, esp, Everything Everywhere, Evolved Packet Core, evolved services platform, LTE, mobile backhaul, Mobile IP Core, MPC, packet core, PMB, Premium Mobile Broadband, prime network management, Service Provider, Service Provider Policy Suite, Telefonica LTE-in-a-Box, Virtualized packet core, vPC, XL Axiata
By Leonard Luna, Senior Marketing Manager, Cisco Service Provider Solutions
Cisco’s one-two punch for IP Optical Convergence in 2015 began with an impressive showing in March at OFC in Los Angeles, and crescendos with our annual Spring Packet Optical Networking Conference (PONC) being held May 12 -14 in Dallas TX – shaping up to be our most comprehensive and informative PONC ever.
Highlights from OFC
Day one of OFC could not have started on a higher note – Verizon announced Cisco as a key partner in the deployment of its next generation Read More »
Tags: Cisco, epn, OFC 2015, Optical Systems, Packet Optical Networking Conference, PONC, SDN, Service Provider, Verizon
Guest blog written by, Julia Slocombe, Vice President of Operations, Western Region at Smart City Networks
Providing dependable wireless communication in the convention industry requires a combination of artful networking design, hardware strength from top-of-the-line equipment, and execution from skilled technicians and administrators. With the partnership of Cisco, the Smart City Networks team has been able to do just that for the more than 35 convention and meeting facilities we service across the country.
Over the past two years, the Santa Clara Convention Center (SCCC) has played host to over one thousand events, with each event seeking seamless connectivity and robust Wi-Fi bandwidth to support a myriad of mobile devices. By relying on the vast industry knowledge of our on-site Smart City Networks leads and the hardware reliability of Cisco, the SCCC can satisfy the WiFi demands of their attendees. Through Smart City’s implementation of a dynamic, scalable wireless network, the SCCC is capable of meeting the needs of all attendees, from 10 to 100,000.
Smart City manages hundreds of access points at the SCCC facility Read More »
Tags: Cisco, connectivity, mobile devices, mobile technology, mobility, Santa Clara Convention Center, Service Provider, smart city networks, wireless
We have had a great time meeting with customers and analysts this week at the Policy Control Conference. Kishen Mangat, Cisco’s Senior Director and General Manager of the Policy Business Unit, presented a keynote on Wednesday entitled “The Changing Mobility Business in the Age of Virtualisation.”
During his keynote, he touched on the topic from last week’s blog about how Service Providers are learning to expand their offerings with both additional services to existing subscribers and new ways to create business models and enter new markets. Traditional PCRF and the evolving Policy offerings like Cisco Policy Suite are helping our customers create Read More »
Tags: AT&T, Cisco, Cisco ASR 5000 packet core, Cisco Policy Suite, connected car, K-Opticom, mobility, MVNOs, NFV, PCRF, Service Provider, virtualization
Greetings from Berlin and the Policy Control Conference, where we won the “Most Innovative Virtualised PCRF Solution” award. This is a great honor, as it reflects demands for virtualized Policy to address the evolution of policy from traditional PCRF, and Cisco’s leadership in this space.
Cisco’s own Dez O’Connor from our Business Development organization spoke about how Policy is evolving to address the growing demands on the network from video. His panel was titled “2018 prediction 79% of internet traffic will be video.” Because consumers are using mobile networks to watch videos, networks today are Read More »
Tags: award, Cisco, Cisco Policy Suite, NFV, PCRF, Service Provider