The history of Genband

| November 4, 2016

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GENBAND’s comprehensive Network Transformation products range from our market-leading Virtual Network Functions for the telco NFV cloud, media gateways and call session controllers, to our one-of-a-kind Kandy Communications Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) Platform with APIs, SDKs and pre-packaged Wrappers and Business and Consumer communications applications for Service Providers, Enterprises and ISVs to rapidly deploy. The company’s other leading product offers include a range of Session Border Controllers (SBCs) for interconnect and access applications and a marketing-leading Application Server that delivers unified communications, Nortel PBX evolution, and intelligent messaging to many enterprises and service providers around the globe.

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How service providers can unlock the coveted SME market

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Achieving Network Visibility and Security in the Age of 5G

Article | March 31, 2020

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I’m a new-ish remote worker and, although I love 99% of everything associated with it, lately, after every virtual meeting I have, I’m feeling exhausted and drained. And not in the normal, everyday work exhausted and drained kind of way. It’s a peculiar combination of eye strain, headaches, and general malaise that I really only experience after a long day of virtual meetings. I was curious if others were feeling the same so I did a completely non-scientific study of my remote work friends to see how they’ve been feeling. Turns out, I’m not alone. Workers everywhere are going through a huge transition as the work from anywhere model has accelerated at breakneck speed since the pandemic. Although some parts of the world are slowly returning to a new normal, many employers, including Tangoe, have made the decision to keep the work from anywhere model while some organizations are electing to use a hybrid model of partly remote, partly in-office.

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GSMA Mobile Economy 2021: 5G has momentum, 4G has peaked, global mobile subscriber growth slowing

Article | June 29, 2021

he launch of commercial 5G services in Latin America and Sub-Saharan Africa over the last year means that 5G technology is now available in every region of the world. The pandemic has had little impact on 5G momentum; in some instances, it has even resulted in operators speeding up their network rollouts, with governments and operators looking to boost capacity at a time of increased demand. By the end of 2025, 5G will account for just over a fifth of total mobile connections and more than two in five people around the world will live within reach of a 5G network. In leading 5G markets, such as China, South Korea and the U.S.

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