CNRA Changes the Way They Do Networking with VMware NSX and vRealize Automation

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The California Natural Resources Agency (CNRA) uses VMware NSX and vRealize Automation to provide appropriate governance regarding networking and security policies to accelerate time to market

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Collaboration key to 5G’s rapid rollout in the US

Article | March 26, 2020

In the US, significant telecommunications like AT&T, Verizon, as well as T-Mobile began turning out 5G solutions because in 2015. Meanwhile, Deutsche Telekom as well as Vodafone’s strategies to broaden 5G protection as well as link 20 significant German cities have actually additionally begun to concrete, in order to attain the objective by mid-2021 With 5G’s abilities to change globally companies, networks, as well as customers, network drivers internationally are getting ready for a brand-new age. Unlike previous network generations, 5G is imagined to resolve several of the difficulties brought on by arising modern technologies, the rapid development of sectors, as well as a need for ultra-high rate in information transmission.

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FUTURE-PROOFING 5G ARCHITECTURE WITH OPEN-RAN

Article | March 26, 2020

The RAN (Radio Access Network) architecture for mobile networks includes a remote radio unit (RRU) located at the top of a cell tower, which communicates with a baseband unit (BBU) at the base of the tower. The hardware and communication interfaces are owned by a specific vendor, and its software-driven functionality is tightly coupled within the hardware. Traditionally, this has worked well for mobile network operators (MNOs). However, there are several drawbacks to consider – for instance, upgrading or changing the wireless network demands physical hardware replacements throughout the network, which is cost-inefficient, labor-intensive, and time-consuming. Furthermore, the equipment and interfaces that connect the hardware are owned by the vendors that originally supplied them, which locks MNOs into existing relationships with them.

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5G to usher in enterprise AR boom

Article | March 26, 2020

There is great potential for 5G to usher in significant near-term business impacts in the enterprise, and augmented reality (AR) applications will be the poster child that demonstrates the value of 5G. The sprawling footprints of industrial organizations are tailor-made for 5G. High-speed wireless data coverage will be available throughout dispersed industrial environments which simply can't be served via Wi-Fi alone. 5G cellular connectivity for field-based uses, including AR platforms that help frontline workers keep complex machinery in good working order, will be rapidly adopted. There are also many enterprises that have not deployed wireless infrastructure for cost or security reasons. The recent adoption of mobile digital tools by frontline workers to perform daily tasks and remote guidance makes 5G a valuable investment for these organizations. In many instances, 5G may be easier to deploy while delivering more functionality and higher security than Wi-Fi alone.

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Why is Elon Musk launching so many satellites into space?

Article | March 26, 2020

SpaceX founder Elon Musk first announced a plan to launch thousands of satellites into space in 2015 as part of a broadband internet service project called Starlink. Musk's initiated the project "to deploy the world's most advanced broadband internet system," according to SpaceX's Starlink website. "With performance that far surpasses that of traditional satellite internet, and a global network unbounded by ground infrastructure limitations, Starlink will deliver high speed broadband internet to locations where access has been unreliable, expensive, or completely unavailable," the site reads.

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Zscaler

Zscaler is revolutionizing internet security with the industry’s first Security as a Service platform. As the most innovative firm in the $35 billion security market, Zscaler is used by more than 5,000 leading organizations, including 50 of the Fortune 500. Zscaler ensures that more than 13 million users worldwide are protected against cyber attacks and data breaches while staying fully compliant with corporate and regulatory policies.

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