Making Roads Safer with 5G Edge
Accidents and near-misses involving cars and pedestrians or cyclists are all too common in busy cities. While automotive technology advancements such as rearview video and automatic emergency braking systems can help safeguard urban road users, the technology combination that could make the biggest difference is ultra-low latency connectivity enabled by 5G, and edge computing.
Connecting Cars for a Better Experience
Cars are now traveling computers, enabled by Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity. Consumers are demanding the services, safety and intelligence enabled by connected cars and enterprises are benefitting from new business opportunities. Learn how Cisco is a valued partner and innovator to help customers benefit from our growing connected world.
Experience Robots, Flying Objects, and Shooting Stars in Virtual Reality
Did you know that about 60 years ago, “Sensorama” the first virtual reality (VR) machine was invented by Morton Heilig? And 50 years ago, the first VR and augmented reality HMD (head-mounted display) was created by Ivan Sutherland. [Source: Timeline of Virtual Reality]. Today, virtual reality technology is becoming reality. How do I know? For […]
A New Security Paradigm Needed to Support the Internet of Things
Shutdown. Cleanup. Restart. This “incident response” approach to cyber security was designed primarily for enterprise networks, data centers, and consumer electronics. It companies perimeter-based protection that uses firewalls, intrusion detection systems (IDS) and intrusion prevention systems (IPS) to prevent security threats. When threats penetrate perimeter-based protections, human operators typically shut down the compromised system, clean […]
Cisco Advancing Virtualization with AT&T
Cisco’s secret weapons are our engineers and our commitment to innovation that solves our customers’ business problems. When we committed ourselves to being the leader in networking virtualization in the service provider industry, our team has been maniacally focused on Network Function Virtualization (NFV) to enable our customers to transform their network architectures and prepare […]
Making the Last Traffic Jam a Reality
Traffic jams aren’t just stressful—they’re expensive. A recent study by the Centre for Economics and Business Research revealed that in 2013 traffic jams cost the U.S. $124 billion. By 2030, they estimate the annual price of traffic in the U.S. and Europe will soar to $293 billion. Can we turn this around? I think so. […]
Beyond Things: The Internet of Everything Takes Connections to the Power of Four
Over the last year, I (and many of my colleagues) have spent a lot of time talking about the Internet of Everything (IoE) and how it’s transforming our world. I thought, however, it would be good to pause in this blog and clarify what we mean by the “Internet of Everything” in just a little […]