TechWiseTV SP 168 covers Cloud VPN
I first saw this demo’d at Cisco Live Milan and although it was interesting, I don’t think I fully appreciated the problem being solved.
The base technology enabling this became our first show in the SP series (NSO enabled by Tail-f). It was then that I began to really appreciate how some of the most mature technologies, like VPN, did not have the agility providers need to truly offer all their potential customers.
We ARE going to show you a specific service, using YOUR network, where the technology can be ready to go faster than your marketing or sales department can be ready to sell it.
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The numbers are pretty clear: By 2019, there will over $800 billion worth of incremental revenue and value for service providers to seize across cloud, mobile, and video technologies. (MOI Tool)
But when it came to rolling out new services…SP’s have only been able to service the largest of clients. The complexity of configuration on a new service is so manual and complex that only the biggest opportunities made sense.
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Tags: Cloud VPN, esp, NSO, Service Provider, SP, TechWiseTV, virtual managed services
While at the NGMN Industry Conference in Frankfurt, Germany, the folks from Telecom TV interviewed Paul Polakos, Cisco Fellow. Paul is our CTO office lead for 5G research. During this interview, Paul talks about Cisco’s active work driving towards 5G technology. Cisco is active in both Research and Development and the various standards organizations that are focusing on 5G development (like 3GPP, NGMN, etc.). Cisco is also working with our customers to align strategies.
Mr. Polakos stresses that 5G is about diversity of uses cases and devices unlike what we have seen in all the previous generations (i.e. 3G, 4G).
Cisco is very interested in Information Centric Networking (ICN) as a possible solution Read More »
Tags: 5G, Cisco, ICN, Information Centric Networking, Service Provider, Telecom TV
When I talk with service provider customers these days about their goals, it’s a very different conversation than in the past. It’s no longer just technology and procurement people in the room; more and more, the people launching the actual services are steering the discussion. And they don’t want to hear about all the complexity of what happens in the network, or focus on cable modem termination system (CMTS) speeds and feeds.
These customers are facing stiff competitive pressure to scale bandwidth many times more than what the current network supports. They’re looking to increase top-line revenues by launching new cloud-enabled services Read More »
Tags: ccap, Cisco, Cisco cBR-8, cloud, converged cable access platform, Service Provider
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