Service Provider

September 22, 2020

SP360: SERVICE PROVIDER

New Technology for Cable Operators to Consider

This blog examines some key decision points the cable industry needs to consider when planning the next generation of a Modern Cable Network. Computation has quickly become part of network infrastructure itself, beyond just supporting services, over-the-top applications, and management tasks. At the same time, advancements in silicon and optical technology allow for a re-examination of cable network topology and service placement.

September 11, 2020

SP360: SERVICE PROVIDER

Avoid the Margin Crunch with Proactive, Effective Network Automation

Network economics are changing. Consumers and enterprises use more data every day, driving down the price for data services through competition and commoditization. Meanwhile, networks are getting more complex and harder to manage and operate, forcing service providers to find ways to support bandwidth growth, to deliver customer requirements faster, and to simplify operations at the same time.

August 12, 2020

SECURITY

Is your internet service provider protecting you online?

Ever stopped to think about who is handling our connectivity to the internet and just how secure this is? Find out more about how service provider security infrastructure can be critical to protecting your online applications, experiences and data.

July 30, 2020

DATA CENTER

Introducing the Cisco C240 SD M5 Server for the Performance Edge

The new Cisco C240 SD M5 introduces a solution for computing closer to the edge, without sacrificing on performance, features, security, and storage. When combined with Cisco Intersight customers have a method to operate at scale outside of the curated DC environment.

July 20, 2020

DATA CENTER

ACI Gets Support for Segment Routing on MPLS

Cisco ACI 5.0 introduces support for Segment Routing on Mulitprotocol Label Switching (SR-MPLS), which will make it easier for service provider architects to roll out 5G networks quickly.

How Next-Gen Wi-Fi6 Will Pay for Itself

Wi-Fi is going through another major evolution, now in its 6th iteration since it was introduced and adopted as a worldwide wireless technology standard. The technological advancements introduced in Wi-Fi6 can drive new age use cases that demand more bandwidth for faster speeds, higher network capacity for more simultaneous users, and lower latency for near real-time applications.

How Latency Meets its Match with Network Slicing

Network Slicing is a key concept in 5G and a way to utilize the network in a more intelligent and cost-effective way than ever before.