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Well, technically… network slicing brings traffic engineering to the next level: Ribbon Communications’ Irit Touitou (Ep. 37)

https://soundcloud.com/rcrwirelessnews/well-technically-network-slicing-brings-traffic-engineering-to-the-next-level-ep-37 Irit Touitou, executive VP of packet optical networking R&D at Ribbon Communications, comes on the podcast to discuss the essential role of traffic engineering and how network slicing creates a dynamic network in the 5G era.

Will 5G Change the World? Ivan Bykov, Ribbon Communications (Ep. 34)

RCR Wireless News · Will 5G Change the World? Ivan Bykov, Ribbon Communications (Ep. 34) Ivan Bykov, head of Ribbon’s Mobile and Service Provider Solutions, discusses the evolving nature of 5G transport both as a function of capacity demands and service differentiation, as well as...

The 5G fork in the road for network transport—and which path to take (Reader Forum)

The hype of 5G is ushering in the potential for drastic network change and is driving service providers to prepare for the future. Today’s networks provide ubiquitous all-purpose IP connectivity to support all services. 5G, by definition, supports three major service classes: enhanced mobile...

Why network slicing is the Holy Grail for telcos in the 5G era (Reader Forum)

Legacy generations of networks have predominately provided services with best-effort delivery. While this has worked for voice, text and best effort broadband services, end users are hampered with buffering, delays, and drops as the demand for feature-rich services continues to grow. The 5G-era promises new...

95% of gamers willing to pay more for 5G services if it means better playing

60% of gamers would pay 50% more a month for a better gaming experience With gaming being hailed as a killer use case for 5G, Ribbon Communications commissioned an independent study to explore just how “killer” we’re talking. RCR Wireless News caught up with Ribbon’s...

Test and Measurement: NI acquires data analytics company for $365 million

OptimalPlus focuses on data analytics for semiconductor manufacturing National Instruments has agreed to buy OptimalPlus, a data analytics company focused on the semiconductor manufacturing space, for $365 million. The transaction is supposed to expand NI's enterprise software capabilities, the test company said, "to provide customers with...

The industry continues to make progress in the fight against robocalling – even though we still have a long way to go (Reader Forum)

Robocalls are the number one complaint to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), comprising roughly 60% of all complaints to the organization.  In the past three years alone, the number of robocalls has doubled to an estimated more than 50 billion calls per year in...

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