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Interoperability in NFV MANO solutions is key market problem

Lack of stability markets early NFV MANO deployments, analyst says Network functions virtualization (NFV) has made significant progress moving from lab tests to early deployments over the last few years, but not without its share of hurdles. David Snow, a principal analyst of IP services...

5 ways to drive real-time media packet processing performance in the cloud

One of the critical elements for successful migration to the cloud is the ability to ensure high performance for real-time media packet processing in virtual, cloud environments. The OpenStack and OPNFV (Open Platform for Network Functions Virtualization) communities have made great strides in driving...

Genband and Sonus announce merger

Genband and Sonus are merging in a deal valued at roughly $745 million. The transaction is structured as a "merger of equals" and will give shareholders of each company approximately 50% of the combined enterprise. Sonus, a public company, saw its stock price rise...

Standards remain ongoing open source challenge for operators

Carriers see open source as a way to break vendor-lock model, but standards and compliance remain key challenges to deployments. Telecommunication operators appear to be full on board in terms of the movement towards open source platforms, or at least those...

Reality Check: The security implications of a borderless world

The increasingly connected nature of enterprises and unified communications requires a rethink on security models. Editor’s Note: The RCR Wireless News Reality Check section is where C-level executives and advisory firms from across the mobile industry share unique insights and experiences. The arrival of the...

Telecom organizations boosting support for open source

Organizational support for open source initiatives is easing the integration of platforms into the telecom world. One key challenge for growing the support of open source into the telecommunications space is through various organizations that are looking to either bolster the use of...

Use of open source software growing across telecom

Open source software may still be a new model for the telecommunications industry, but it’s rapidly gaining traction as operators look to mimic computing world. While the open source community has quickly gained ground in the computing space, the traditional telecommunications industry has...

What is open source software?

The term open source when connected to software may today seem like it’s been around forever, but you would be surprised how new of a concept it is. The transformational nature of the telecommunication industry’s march towards a software future should not be...

Editorial Webinar: Opensource – virtualization platforms, standards, deployments, RTC

One underlying tenet of the move towards virtualized platforms using NFV, SDN and cloud technologies has been the need for open source architectures that can allow for greater interoperability between vendor solutions and a broader platform for innovation. This webinar looks at the challenges and...

Feature Report: Opensource – virtualization platforms, standards, deployments, RTC

One underlying tenet of the move towards virtualized platforms using NFV, SDN and cloud technologies has been the need for open source architectures that can allow for greater interoperability between vendor solutions and a broader platform for innovation. This report looks at the challenges and...

What can be done to bolster telecom cloud security?

Cloud access security brokers are seen as one way telecom operators can ensure robust protection as they venture into the cloud. With telecom operators increasing their reach into cloud environments, steps need to be taken in order to ensure such moves do...

The internet of things further complicates cloud security

Cloud security challenges are only expected to be exacerbated by forecast growth in the internet of things. A growing security threat in the telecom and cloud space is around the “internet of things," which is forecast to eventually connect tens of billions...

Telecom industry continues push into cloud platforms

Cloud platforms along with the move towards virtualization technologies have begun to have a significant impact on the way telecom operators run their businesses. Operators have been very active in providing cloud-based options for customers, as well as have begun to use such platforms...

Editorial Webinar: Securing mobility and cloud in the age of analytics

Consumer demand for mobile connectivity and cloud-based platforms has resulted in mobile networks transmitting more data than ever, which puts carriers in a prime spot to use analytics in order to glean insight into what is actually moving across their networks. However, growing demand...

Feature Report: Securing mobility and cloud in the age of analytics

Consumer demand for mobile connectivity and cloud-based platforms has resulted in mobile networks transmitting more data than ever, which puts carriers in a prime spot to use analytics in order to glean insight into what is actually moving across their networks. However, growing demand...

Sonus Webinar: Real-Time Communication … Don’t Settle for Cloud Mythology

Many promises are being made for real-time communication (RTC) services in the Cloud. Unfortunately, service providers are realizing that transitioning RTC services to Cloud architectures is not as simple as slideware suggests. In order to be successful, service providers must understand the myths and...

Webinar: Real-Time Communications… Don’t Settle for Cloud Mythology (content provided by Sonus)

Mon, Oct 24, 2016 11:00 AM EDT Many promises are being made for real-time communication (RTC) services in the Cloud. Unfortunately, service providers are realizing that transitioning RTC services to Cloud architectures is not as simple as slideware suggests. In order to be successful, service...

Sonus White Paper: Real-time Communications in the Cloud

As real-time communications (RTC) and session border controllers (SBCs) migrate to the Cloud, it is important to understand the differences between network transformation myths and realities. There are many promises being made for what a virtual SBC can deliver in a cloud deployment model....

Qualcomm M&A rumors, Ericsson exec change … 5 things to know today

5 things to know today... 1. Qualcomm is in talks with NXP Semiconductors about a possible acquisition, according to The Wall Street Journal. A takeover of NXP would likely cost Qualcomm about $30 billion, or approximately a third of its current market capitalization. NXP, based in the...

Sonus Webinar: Next Phase of SIP Migration

Are you able to easily manage your multi-vendor SIP network and quickly monetize new services? Over the past decade, a majority of the Service Providers have migrated away from TDM towards SIP based networks – starting at the core and moving towards the edge. This...

Feature Report: NFV, SDN and cloud – How deep and where?

Network virtualization technologies using SDN and NFV platforms have slowly begun to creep across networks. This report garners insight from telecom operators, industry analysts and vendors to look at where carriers are focusing their initial deployments; which network segments are seeing improved efficiencies from...

Editorial Webinar: NFV, SDN and cloud – How deep and where?

Network virtualization technologies using SDN and NFV platforms have slowly begun to creep across networks. This webinar will garner insight from telecom operators, industry analysts and vendors to look at where carriers are focusing their initial deployments; which network segments are seeing improved efficiencies...

NFV and SDN trends in 2015, and what to expect in 2016

On this week’s show we speak with Sonus on NFV and SDN trends we saw in 2015 and what to expect in 2016 For this week’s featured interview, we spoke with Myk Konrad, VP of go-to-market for Sonus, to get his insight into the major...

Nokia sets AlcaLu merger date, Samsung shows foldable phone … 5 things to know today

Nokia has almost completed its purchase of Alcatel-Lucent, AT&T is set to abandon contracts altogether, and Samsung has filed a patent for a foldable phone. 1. Nokia said its takeover of Alcatel-Lucent is almost complete. Most of the outstanding shares of Alcatel-Lucent have now been...

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