Security has never been more critical for service providers. As Sanjeev Mervana said in his recent blog: Security has become a service provider imperative. it is a key enabler for open and programmable networks that enhances business agility and profitability. With secure networks, emerging video, wireless mobility, Internet of Everything (IoE) and cloud services can more reliably drive new revenue opportunities and business outcomes. Unfortunately, cyber adversaries exploit the growing attack surface that these services expose by launching more sophisticated attacks that impact both the service provider and their customers.
Until now, the only viable approach for service providers to protect their networks has been to Read More »
Tags: attacks, Cisco, Cisco EPN, cisco live, esp, firepower 9300, secure networks, security, service providers, threat protection
Guest Blog by Igor Dayen, SP Product and Solutions Marketing
We have been enabling service providers to transform the experience, transform the business and transform the architecture with cloud-based capabilities. Service providers now have more options to achieve business outcomes such as increasing revenue, decreasing operating expenses and enhancing agility when implementing Cisco strategy. Using the Cisco Open Network Strategy for service providers, you as a service provider can take full advantage of your untapped network value, improve business agility, and simplify operations.
This year at Cisco Live San Diego 2015, we have prepared a great collection of demos Read More »
Tags: #CLUS, Cisco, Cisco Open Network Strategy, epn, esp, NFV, San Diego, SDN, Service Provider, videoscape
So here we are in the middle of Spring 2015 and the temperature is beginning to rise, yes finally here in New England the temperature is beginning to rise after such a harsh winter. What is also on the rise according to ACG Research is the Cisco IP Infrastructure Market-Share. ACG published today their 1st Quarter 2015 Mobile IP Infrastructure Report and it stated that Cisco led the mobile industry
- Mobile IP Infrastructure at 44.7% up 5% QoQ
- Mobile IP Backbone at 69.6% up 2.6% QoQ
- Mobile IP Backhaul at 45.7% up 9.9% QoQ
- Packet Core (EPC + MPC) at 30.1%
With the recent announcements of merger mania in the Video and Mobile market, we expect Read More »
Tags: ASR5000 Series, ASR9000, ASR901, Cisco, Cisco VNI, EPC, esp, Evolved Packet Core, evolved services platform, LTE, mobile backhaul, Mobile IP Core, mobility, MPC, packet core, Service Provider, Virtualized packet core, vPC
Lots of excitement and energy continue to surround NFV (Network Function Virtualization), and it is getting even better. During the charged atmosphere at the inaugural NFV Congress in San Jose, we were delighted by more than just technology posturing, including the availability of SDN (Software Defined Networking)/NFV platforms like Cisco’s Virtual Managed Services Solution that enable Deutsches Telekom’s International CloudVPN, and Telstra’s Symphony initiative for Unified On-Demand services.
The focus of the discussions this year shifted from cost cutting towards how NFV Read More »
Tags: business transformation, Cisco, data center, epn, esp, evolved programmable network, evolved services platform, Intel, network function virtualization, network functions virtualization, NFV, open source, SDN, Service Provider, software defined network, virtual managed services
So we were back in London this week to attend the annual Global Telecoms Business Summit and Innovations Awards, and what a great industry event it was. Lots of customer interactions, industry networking, exchange of best practices, and of course the Innovation Awards.
The Global Telecom Business Summit and Innovation Awards is an annual event that celebrates innovative solutions created by Read More »
Tags: Aspider, ASR5000 Series, ASR9000, ASR901, AT&T, EPC, esp, Evolved Packet Core, evolved services platform, LTE, mobile backhaul, Mobile IP Core, MPC, packet core, Service Provider, Telco Cloud, telefonica, Virtualized packet core, vPC, XL Axiata