Making 5G a winning experience for service providers
With its expertise in cloud, virtualisation, networking, data centre, and systems integration, Cisco helps Telecom operators deliver 5G solutions built from scratch, or by upgrading existing architectures.
The Accelerating Pace of SP Network Transformation
By working with Cisco and Ericsson on IP network transformation, Service Providers can deliver higher quality, more reliable network services to their customers.
Capitalizing on 5G with the Right Network Function
Service providers have a lot to be thrilled about 5G. Its speed (think 10 Gbps), coverage, reliability, and lower latency will be a game changer in an increasingly mobile world.
Accelerating the Cloud-Enabled Future of Mobile in Asia Pacific
In Asia Pacific, cloud adoption is already in overdrive and will continue to gain traction. The region is set to outpace the rest of world with a 31.6 percent CAGR in cloud data center workloads from 2015 to 2020
The Race is On: Is Your Network 5G Ready?
As we move closer towards mainstream 5G adoption, carrier networks are increasingly expected to handle more data applications and deliver low-latency connectivity to more devices.
For Next Generation Mobile Networks, We’ll Need to do Security Differently
Telecom and Mobile operators: Supporting 5G mobility will require a holistic approach to security. Learn more.
Want 50% More Savings in Your Mobile Network? Try 5G Innovations Now.
We just released a white paper from IDC that shows how new solutions for mobile networks can impact operator costs. Yes, virtualization does make a difference, no doubt. However, IDC broke new ground by analyzing the benefits that 5G innovations can deliver to mobile operators, as well. IDC found that a 5G-ready virtualized mobile core […]
Wireless Connections & Wi-Fi – Mobile Network Evolution
Every time a new generation of mobile network has been introduced – 2G networks transitioning to 3G, and 3G evolving to 4G, there have been concerns about the user adoption and capacity utilization. And each time skeptics have been proven wrong. By 2020, smartphones will represent 48.1% of global mobile-connected devices in use, and generate […]