By Joe Chow, Vice President, Connected Devices BU, Cisco
Our theme this year at ANGA COM 2015 in Germany is “transformation through innovation.” That’s why we thought it timely to showcase the elements we build, that get installed into consumer homes.
Almost a quarter of the world’s television households — more than 300 million, in fact — are connected, in some way, shape or form, with the Videoscape components we make. We celebrate 25 years of partnerships with over 150 service providers Read More »
Tags: ANGA COM, Cisco, connected devices, gateway, service provers, videoscape, wifi
By Joe Chow, vice president, Connected Devices Business Unit, Cisco
Every couple of years, dating way, way, way back, someone boldly questions the future of customer premise equipment (CPE), and in particular, the set-top box. (To test this logic, do a search on “the death of the set-top box.”)
This week is all about shaking off old perceptions, and building anew. So I’ll say it – set-tops are not what they used to be. They will continue to transform dramatically. The Connected Home is evolving to gateways. Allow me to explain. Read More »
Tags: anga, ANGA COM, Cisco, Connected Home, CPE, video
It sounds a bit of an oxymoron – Securing and Explosive. Indeed, security is what enables growth, actually, explosive growth in video delivered to multiscreen devices. Video viewing will make up 80% of global IP traffic by 2019, according to Cisco’s latest VNI report, and that traffic is expected to cross over 24 billion connected devices. This explosive growth of multi-screen IP video is Read More »
Blog written by Stefan Vallin, Principal Engineer, Cisco Systems
Consider the three key steps related to provisioning and maintaining a customer network service. First, configuration of network devices according to the service intent, followed by activation tests. Finally, ongoing service level assurance monitoring to verify that the service delivered is what was committed.
Up until now, these activities have lived completely isolated from each other, in separate silos. Not surprising, it’s just human nature to break down complex systems and processes into separate entities since it makes things easier to manage, but the time is now to collapse these silos.
It’s been the OSS’s role to Read More »
Tags: Big Telecom Event, BTE, Cisco, Netrounds, NFV, NSO, Service Provider, Tail-F, vProbes
DDoS attacks are no longer just a nuisance and they can cause lasting damage. Organizations that ignore this threat often learn the high costs involved in the damage from these attacks – ranging from mild service degradation and to extended service outage. According to Aberdeen Group research, the cost of a one second delay in website load time can translate to a 7% reduction in conversion rate and up to $2.5 million in losses per year. The cost of outage? That can reach nearly half a million dollars per hour.
Attacks have evolved in multiple dimensions: Read More »
Tags: application security, Attack Mitigation, Cisco, DDoS Attacks, network security, Service Provider