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Dealing with Darwin: Charting Your Service Provider Network Evolution
Network evolution is a journey, not a destination, so it’s crucial to innovate in all stages of your network lifecycle. A strategic partner can make that journey go more smoothly.
How Cybersecurity Leads to Improved Sustainability
Cybersecurity attacks rose by 3-4 times during the transition to remote work in 2020. Ransomware cost $20 billion in 2021 and is expected to be an even greater concern with hybrid work models. Learn how to rapidly scale security to accomodate remote and hybrid workers with Cisco Secure Network Analytics, Cisco Catalyst and Cisco Nexus switches , all while simplifying and unifying your IT systems.
Why Do Network and Application Performance Need to Be Superior?
Question: Is there still a need for more network capacity and performance enhancements to fixed and mobile networks? Answer: Yes! And tomorrow’s tactile Internet needs and requirements will be met by 5G, Wi-Fi6 and FTTH innovations that support emerging applications (and new services that are just in the ideation phase today). At the beginning of […]
Accelerate Deployment of a World Class 4G/5G Infrastructure – Faster, at Lower Cost
Read how Cisco Cloud Services Stack for Mobility helps service providers accelerate deployment of 4G and 5G infrastructure by integrating a pre-integrated and validated mobile core solution.
5G Security Innovation with Cisco
We have been working with Service Providers and various colleagues across the world to develop the threat surface and use cases to properly apply 5G today and in applications coming.
The YANG Language – Up, up and away!
Interoperability tests with service-layer YANG is finally coming together. Some comments on an interesting report from EANTC.
Being a Woman in Tech and Cisco SE.
In a predominantly male industry (and specialty) Monica shares why she loves being a #WomanInTech at Cisco.
Increasing Bandwidth Demand and Hybrid Fiber-Coax Networks
Global IP traffic will increase nearly threefold over the next 5 years. This means that the need for bandwidth is already growing beyond current capabilities. Why?