Connected Car – Let me ‘Infotain’ You
In the previous blog, we looked at data from vehicles and why vehicle manufacturers want to gather the information. We also looked to understand data from a ‘per-duty-cycle’ perspective rather than ‘per-day’. In this blog, we’ll look at In-Vehicle Infotainment. What is this and what data volume does it represent?
Connected Car – The Driven Hour
It’s time to get real about Connected Cars and the volume of data that they will generate. Connected vehicles are often mentioned as being a major driver for 5G, especially with respect to the provision of low-latency communications for safety-related use-cases.
Managing the 5G Telco Cloud
Buoyant 5G forecasts for APJ mean that mobile service providers in the region must rethink their data center infrastructure to lead in the 5G race.
Digital Communications in India: Global Aspirations, Local Economics
Discover how Cisco is engaging with Indian Service Providers to develop new capabilities and ideas that have global relevance.
Persian Stalker pillages Iranian users of Instagram and Telegram
State-sponsored actors have a number of different techniques at their disposal to remotely gain access to social media and secure messaging applications. Starting in 2017 and continuing through 2018, Cisco...
The Top 3 Ways Mobile Phones Can Help Disaster Victims
With support from the Cisco Foundation, award-winning nonprofit Atma Connect has created AtmaGo, an app optimized for phones using low-bandwidth connections.
Open vRAN Ecosystem – Enabling a Better Mobile Architecture
We’ve had a busy six months architecting and building solutions, executing operator demos and trials, helping to define open interfaces and management, building business models to compare costs of various solutions, partnering with the UK government to help address the digital divide with 5G, and much more. There’s more to come on many of those items. In this update we’ll focus primarily on our activities around this week’s MWC Americas show in Los Angeles.