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The Rush to 5G Begins, Driven by IoT

The number of 5G wireless connections is forecast to soar 150 percent over the next five years as infrastructure rollouts gather momentum for connecting sensors and other edge devices. ...Full Article

Cisco Aims Chips, Optical Links at Next-Gen Internet

Cisco Systems unveiled its networking framework of the future this week aimed at scaling internet performance for emerging enterprise workloads like AI and machine learning along with network routers ...Full Article

Kubernetes Boosts Performance, Adds Complexity

IT administrators have complained in recent industry surveys that infrastructure complexity is forcing them to spend more time monitoring systems. Many are looking to outsource monitoring tasks. Among the ...Full Article

Microsoft, Nokia Partner on Factory Floor

The framework for the next industrial phase dubbed Industry 4.0 is taking shape as cloud and networking vendors join forces to accelerate automation on the factory floor. The latest ...Full Article

Updated: AT&T, Dell Partner to Advance 5G Cloud

AT&T added to its growing list of 5G wireless partnerships this week, announcing collaboration with Dell Technologies to develop “cloud-oriented 5G” wireless infrastructure built upon an open source tools ...Full Article

5G: Higher Data Rates Only Part of It – Here’s Why

5G is massively faster than 4G: 5GB/second vs. 100-200MB/second. Impressive, yes, but higher data rates explains only part of 5G's significance. The coming 5G cellular network will bring the ...Full Article

Red Hat in Middle of IBM-AT&T’s Expanded 5G, Cloud Pact

Ranked behind only the Dell-EMC and Avago-Broadcom acquisitions as the largest in the history of the technology industry, IBM’s $34 billion blockbuster purchase of Red Hat, announced last October ...Full Article

Intel FPGA Accelerator Targets 5G Rollouts

Intel unveiled an FPGA-based programmable acceleration card aimed at 5G wireless service providers handling growing volumes of virtualized workloads. The N3000 acceleration card was rolled out during the first ...Full Article

5G Readiness Lags — Here’s What to Do Now

The coming of 5G was one of the main themes at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. Computerworld went so far as to say CES 2019 was “all about 5G,” ...Full Article

Networks Groan Under Weight of Global Traffic

It is the best of times for networking equipment vendors, but it may be the worst of times for data-driven enterprises if they can’t figure out how to unclog ...Full Article
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