by Dan Crawford, Marketing Manager, Cisco
It has been nearly 20 years since I last heard the static and ding-guh-donga-dong sounds of dialing up wireline internet, over 14 years since the first digital “2G”phones became available, about eight years since “3G” networks were widely deployed, and five years since 4G LTE rolled out in the U.S.
Following the trend of the past two decades, logic would propose thatwe are due for another major leap forward in networking and communications technology. One place to learn about the latest advancements Read More »
Tags: Austin, COMSOC, epn, esp, evolved programmable network, evolved services platform, GLOBECOM, IEEE, Internet of Everything, IoE, IoT, Service Provider, The Great State of Communications
By Lisa Garza, Marketing Manager
I had the pleasure of visiting this vibrant island country while we were filming this video. The Republic of Malta sits in the Mediterranean south of Sicily and north of Libya, a strategic crossroads with a visible history that dates back to thousands of years BC. Some of the oldest standing temples in Malta pre-date the Egyptian Pyramids by a millennium.
What a joy, then, to experience the thoroughly modern nation that Malta has become, thanks in part to the vision of the telecommunications provider Melita. The name Melita itself reflects the long history of the country – thought to derive from an ancient Greek word for “honey-sweet”, reflecting a unique species of bees that are found in Malta. Read More »
Tags: broadband, carrier, Melita, mobility, network, Service Provider, Smart Island, telecommunications, wifi
Over 50 billion “things” or devices are projected to be connected to the Internet through wired and wireless networks, generating zettabytes of data, all powered by cloud computing. This Internet of Everything (IoE) will fundamentally transform businesses, generate enormous economic wealth and create immeasurable social value. Cisco is discovering that successful IoE implementations require a solid technical and business platform into which different vertical solutions can be easily plugged to efficiently and effectively Read More »
Tags: Cisco, connectivity, devices, Internet of Everything, IoE, IoT, monetization, Service Provider, Smart Cities
To address many questions about mobility, I am delighted to share with you our point-of-view through our “Cisco SPotlight Series,” an ongoing course of videos in which we answer questions and provide commentary on many hot topics in the service provider industry.
In this latest video, I reveal what mobile operators and their customers, including enterprises and end-users, can expect in 2015 as mobile Internet networks are increasingly becoming virtualized, and virtualization is increasingly becoming networked. Read More »
Tags: IoE, mobile internet, mobile operators, mobility, NFV, SDN, Service Provider, virtualization
So over the past year, there has been lots of press about the Internet of Things (IoT) and there has been information on the Connected Car and Telematics, Connected Transportation, Connected City, Connected Everything… But just how do we connect all of these devices? Magic? Why do we care?
Well according to Goldman Sachs there will be:
If we examine these “28 Billion reasons” a little deeper using the recent Cisco Global Cloud Index (GCI) we find that the average number of devices an Internet User uses will grow substantially by 2018. Read More »
Tags: AT&T Digital Life, AT&T Kevin Petersen, Cisco Quantum™ Virtualized Packet Core, Doug Webster, EPC, Evolved Packet Core, GCI, global cloud index, Home Security, IoT, IOT Cloud Connect, iot world forum, Jim O’Leary, M2M, mobility, Orange, Orange François Duquesnoy, packet core, PMB, Premium Mobile Broadband, Service Provider, Sprint, Sprint Mohamad Nasser