Deutsche Telekom, one of our largest service provider customers in the world, is evolving its network to do more for less -- more high-bandwidth business and consumer services in less time, at less cost, and with less energy used. In this video, Wolfgang Schmitz, DT’s Senior EVP, discusses how the new Cisco ASR 9000 helps them achieve their goal.The ASR 9000 is a service provider routing platform built for the zettabyte era. Once again, just as they did with their deployment of CRS-1, DT is at the leading edge of making sure it is ready to make the most of the zettabyte era’s opportunities for its customers and its business.
Hear from HIMSS attendees about Cisco and the AT&T Telepresence Solution. Learn how top global medical companies like Mayo Health, Johnson & Johnson, Cleveland Clinic & Stryker Medical are looking to integrate the AT&T Telepresence Solution into their practices; streamlining how clinicians, doctors and patients collaborate, communicate and improve patient care.
Coverage highlighting key customer feedback on Cisco and the AT&T Telepresence Solution. Key takeaways and testimonials on “Tele-Medicine” brought to the Healthcare Industry from Cisco and AT&T. The AT&T Telepresence Solution is connecting health organizations globally and enabling virtual care for the future.
As I discuss the potential of a medianet with more and more customers, and begin to see some first-generation applications of the concept, it becomes easier to answer the question that I get frequently -- “What is a medianet?”A medianet knows what consumer devices are out there and where the request is coming from, and also knows when and how to deliver the right video stream. And, if the right video stream is not available, a medianet’s capabilities include “knowing” that it needs to transcode the video stream in an edge router or at a video hub, or embed it in a cell tower for mobile access. Read More »
Are you ready for the next bandwidth crunch? All of a sudden, the low-profile topic of mobile service provider backhaul network infrastructure has quickly moved to the forefront of telecom industry dialogue. Why all the fuss? Two words -- data explosion.Pent-up demand for data services has created a sense of urgency. While 3G radio technologies such as HSPA have already driven enormous data growth, 4G technologies LTE and WiMAX will exacerbate the problems. Therefore, to help U.S. wireless carriers stay ahead of the growing demand for high-bandwidth wireless services, Verizon has begun offering its advanced fiber-optic network to provide backhaul links between cell towers and mobile switching offices. Read More »