Digital Transformation is steering development in a decidedly software defined direction, as rigid architectures of the past are giving way to agile, on-demand and automated deployments and services driving industry into a new era. A shining example of some of today's innovation is in Web-scale networking. With the weekend upon us, there's no better time than the present to take a look at the week that was in Web-scale networking: Time for the Week in Review!
The trio of Telia, TalTech University and Ericsson (News - Alert) unveiled Estonia’s first 5G network. The network is leveraging standardized and commercial 5G product to support future-forward solutions such as 4k video or the IoT. Complete coverage is HERE.
Need to take a break from looking at your computer or smartphone, but still want to use your time at the gym, during your commute, in flight, or before bed to be productive? In that case, you may want to tune in to an industry podcast. Paula Bernier (News - Alert) explores your listening options HERE.
Artificial intelligence can allow organizations to quickly and efficiently provide people with the most appropriate and potentially revenue generating content, marketing messages, and product offers. But AI also can make the underlying networks that allow for that kind of thing – and a whole lot more – to work more autonomously, efficiently, and securely. That’s true for both enterprise and service provider networks. Find the full story HERE.
5G networks will play a vital role in national security and recovery in a post apocalyptic world. That’s the word from Joe Stanganelli in a piece for Security Now in which he references a recent US Air Force report. All the details are HERE.
Remember to stop by early and often for your fill of things Web-scale networking! See you next week!