Here's how Cisco networks will give Apple devices favored status

| September 14, 2016

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Favored status for Apple iPhones and iPads on Cisco Systems networks starts today, giving users better Wi-Fi roaming, integrated VoIP calls and priority for the most important business apps.

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Established in 1992, FibreFab is a leading provider of fibre optic connectivity products used in data communications and telecommunication networks. With headquarters in Milton Keynes (UK), FibreFab has sales, design and manufacturing activities in the UK, UAE, China and US. The Company has both volume and quick response manufacturing capabilities and is able to support the global logistics requirements of its customers. FibreFab provides customised and customer branded products for OEM customers. With a centre of excellence at Haverhill UK, FibreFab is able to specialise in bespoke Pre-terminated Fibre Assembly manufacture. This service provides the capability for fast turn around custom made assemblies ideal suited to high density data centre and telecom applications. FibreFab leverage

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5 Technology Trends That Will Advance Networking

Article | February 12, 2021

With the emergence of new technologies, the networking field is transforming rapidly. The epicenter of networking has shifted to clouds from datacenters. Similarly, the focus of networking has also moved towards mobile devices. In the upcoming years, tech trends will hugely impact the way a business operates and bring the rise of Industry 4.0. Top Networking Tech Trends 1. 5G and WI-FI 6 Undoubtedly, the deployment of next-generation wireless networking will be around the corner. In the arena of mobile devices, 5G is set to rewrite the new technological possibilities. It will uncover the true power of augmented reality and IoT. On the other hand, the next journey of the WI-FI Standard - WI-FI 6 or 802.11ax will become the step for a non-stop innovative world. It will add density, flexibility, scalability, and efficiency for increasing the internet speed of multiple connected devices. That will in return improve the working capabilities of businesses. 2. SD-WAN As the name suggested, SD-WAN is the software-defined approach for managing WANs. It can lower operating costs while amplifying the usage of resources in multiple deployments. It increases the security level for applications and enables admin to use bandwidth efficiently. It will become the standard format for wide area networks and will help in connecting public cloud resources and branch offices. 3. Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) SASE is a new networking technology that converges functions of different security and network solutions into one global cloud service. It is an architectural alteration of networking and security that supports IT to offer prompt, holistic, and versatile service to the digital business. It amplifies the security postures, improves access performance, and diminishes operational complexity. It helps organizations to develop new products faster and respond to business needs or changes. 4. IoT/Edge Networking In comparison to traditional cloud computing, edge computing is the idea to bring data and computers much closer to the end-users. It reduces the need for long-distance communication among client and server, and lessen the cost of bandwidth. It will remain to achieve drift in companies while they decentralize their networks. 5. Automation in Networking Network automation is the process that automates security and network to maximize the functionality and efficiency of the network. It will help IT companies to deploy applications faster. It is set to take the digital transformation to the next step by automation of network and security operations. It reduces the risk of downtime and failure of the network while making the management faster, simpler, and easier. Connecting to Future Networking Based on the trends that will reshape the networking world, we are going to see a significant change in the tech landscape. 2021 will be transformative for every person around the world. Several long-held concepts and infrastructure will be replaced by new ones making the network a vital asset to the business. Besides, the organizations are ready to take advantage of them in a way that was never imagined before. For any question or concern, have an IT consultation from the experienced.

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Enea recently launched a software kit for quicker and easier evaluation of secure second-generation SD-WAN solutions on universal customer premise equipment (uCPE). The kit includes flexiWAN, an open source and modular SD-WAN Virtual Network Functions (VNF), and pfSense, an open source firewall VNF, together with automation features for easy onboarding and testing. It is configured for deployment on Enea NFV Access, a virtualization platform with small footprint and high performance for any white box uCPE.

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Article | June 30, 2021

When you're immersed in ultra-fast 5G amazing services, 600 million people around the world are still blocked from accessing mobile networks. When you experience seamless online shopping and online education, 3.4 billion people worldwide have not experienced mobile Internet services. On the road where connections are not connected, no one will be left behind. We can feel the life changes by RuralStar deployment.

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Article | March 16, 2020

Yes, 5G is here and it’s making internet speeds faster and more reliable around the world. It’s also causing a few people to panic about radiation levels. And whether it causes the coronavirus, but that’s another story. Thankfully, the international regulator for radiation levels has given it the all-clear. The International Commission on Non‐Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) is a Germany-based scientific body assessing health risks of radio broadcasts. It has called for new guidelines on 5G but says that the even the most high-frequency 5G waves are far below the threshold for anything that would cause us harm.

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