I had the great privilege of participating on a panel at Mobile World Congress 2013 along with our customers, Deutsche Telekom and Vodafone, and my peers from Ericsson and Huawei. We discussed the evolution of the Network Architecture for mobile service providers.
From the infrastructure to the user, everyone agrees that the future will both bring and be driven by significant changes to the Network. In particular, by bringing together access, network and cloud we will create new business opportunities and enhanced user experiences.
Let’s start with some technology trends and market transitions: Read More »
Tags: barcelona, cisco quantum, data in motion, deutsche telekom, internet, Internet of Everything, IoE, mobile, mobile world congress, mobility, mwc, quantum, Service Provider, visual networking index, vni, vodafone
Most of us did not grow up sharing our private feelings with the world. Today we are faced with the challenge of needing to build our brand. This test can help you understand how socially connected you already are.
Be as web savvy as a librarian
When was the last time you visited a library?
Hint: Wikipedia counts.
Learn how future librarian, Elizabeth Lieutenant, is using Twitter to connect with like-minded students, professors and prospective employers.
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Tags: brand, higher education, internet, librarian, library, persona, social media, twitter
By Jason Kohn, Contributing Columnist
As I’ve been reading about technology in education, one of the most interesting trends that keeps popping up is gaming. As a casual gamer myself, I’ve heard the arguments about how gaming improves hand-eye coordination and problem solving and all the rest. (In fact I tried many of them with my mom when I was 12 years old)
But the arguments for gaming in education today are far more advanced and compelling than I’ve realized. A lot of very smart people are working on this subject, and a lot of innovative educators are putting it into practice.
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Tags: classroom, education, gaming, internet, learning, research, technology
By Howard Baldwin, Contributing Columnist
The beginning of a new year is always time for taking stock and looking forward. In an area as vibrant as broadband telecommunications, there’s plenty to recap from 2012 and look forward to in 2013 – both good and bad.
Similarly, as Broadband Breakfast’s Drew Clark noted in its top-ten-events roundup, the wireless standard LTE became available to some 400 million people between AT&T and Verizon, and Comcast completed the rollout of the next version of its cable modem technology, DOCSIS 3.0, bringing speeds of 100 megabits per second potentially to 52 million subscribers.
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Tags: 4G LTE, broadband, economic development, fiber, gigabit, internet, IoE, public policy
I’m very upbeat, regarding the current outlook for the Global Networked Economy in 2013. In particular, I see a tremendous opportunity to further explore the many benefits of readily-available wireless access to the internet.
Numerous events occurred during the course of 2012 that indicate we’re getting closer to a mobile broadband nirvana scenario – whereby network deployment has a positive impact on economic growth and potentially results in a higher living standard for those that take advantage of this valuable resource.
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Tags: broadband, economic development, global networked economy, internet, service provider wi-fi