SP360: Service Provider
Perspectives on the Future of SP Networking: Intent and Outcome Based Transport Service Automation
Cisco envisions a future where transport network services are requested based on outcomes and intents. A simplified, on-demand implementation would allow more consumable and user-oriented service structures. Intent-based next-gen transport orchestrators will be driven by industry requirements for "5G Network Slicing," Mobile Transport Services and "Network as a Service" (NaaS).
Perspectives on the Future of Service Provider Networking: Software Defined Access Networks
Worldwide we are seeing initiatives to expand connectivity to tens of millions of homes and millions of businesses for wireless services, satellite broadband, and most notably fiber network infrastructure. Software-Defined Networks are being expanded to include the access domain and will enable new applications to be monetized by Service Providers
How to Make Coherent Optics Small and Pluggable (Part 5 of 5): Cisco Optics Podcast Episode 24 notes
Join us for Episode 24 of the Cisco Optics Podcast, where we continue our conversation with Tom Williams, Director of Technical Marketing in the Cisco group that came to us through the Acacia acquisition.
Perspectives on the Future of Service Provider Networking: The Role of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
A high level exploration of the potential for machine learning and artificial intelligence systems to impact future service provider networking. The blog outlines a path to that future and recommends getting started by simplifying existing network infrastructures and moving toward a common end-to-end forwarding architecture.
Wholesale Carriers Benefit from the Cisco/Qwilt Solution
The Cisco Qwilt open caching solution is a CDN use case that can be taken full advantage of by both Communication Service Providers as well as Wholesale Carriers.
Perspectives on the Future of Service Provider Networking: Evolved Connectivity
The digital transformation in this decade is demanding more from the network. The world of north-south, east-west traffic flows is quickly disappearing. The evolved connectivity demand is for more connections from more locations, to and from more applications, with tighter Service Level Agreements (SLAs) and involving many, many more endpoints.
The Broadcast and Media Ecosystem Family Reunion: NAB Show 2022
With approximately 55,000 attendees gathered for the event, our team at Cisco had the awesome privilege and opportunity to reconnect with our customers, partners, and industry ecosystem after a two-year hiatus. Like any family reunion, our time at the show was filled with great discussions, laughs, hope for the future, and reflection on how far we’ve come.
The Next Wave of Productivity Demands 5G and Wi-Fi
Cisco Private 5G as a Service provides our partners with more flexibility for expanded future growth and the ability to provide new services. Cisco knows how to build solutions that avoid both complexity and lock-in, enabling partners to empower customers to extend what they already own.
How to Make Coherent Optics Small and Pluggable (Part 4 of 5): Cisco Optics Podcast Episode 23 notes
Join us for Episode 23 of the Cisco Optics Podcast, where we continue our conversation with Tom Williams, Director of Technical Marketing in the Cisco group that came to us through the Acacia acquisition.
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