Private LTE for critical communications

WorkCast

Private networks are already a reality for a host of companies. As spectrum access becomes easier, LTE based private networks are looking to displace existing networks based on Wi-Fi or proprietary standards, solving a range of cost and quality issues. Private networks are typically deployed in business critical or mission critical scenarios. They may be improving industrial process control, increasing teamwork and customer service on theme parks, speeding up response times in emergency situations and many other applications. LTE offers the potential to dramatically increase the quality, ease the deployment and lower the total cost of private networks.
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Spotlight

The benefits 5G will bring to consumers, network equipment manufacturers (NEMs), and service providers (SPs) are both numerous and game-changing. 5G will radically improve the mobile broadband services that consumers enjoy and enable connectivity to billions of global devices to create a boom in the Internet of Things (IoT). 5G will provide robust support for new use cases we may scarcely imagine today. But there’s another critical challenge that deserves attention: Security—particularly the need for validation and testing. On a basic level, the adoption of 5G will depend on whether or not 5G services are demonstrably safe.


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New Dynamic & Assured Third Network Services Powered by LSO

The Carrier Ethernet market is evolving from static connectivity services toward dynamic "Third Network" services that provide an on-demand, assured, and secure experience with user-directed control over network resources and cloud connectivity. To assess the impact of this transition, the MEF recently worked with Vertical Systems Group on a new study, "Dynamic ‘Third Network’ Connectivity Services Enabled By LSO, SDN & NFV", that involved a global survey of service providers, technology vendors, and other industry professionals.
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Pushing LAN Boundaries for Maximum Value

Berk-Tek

Those three drops 95m from the closet. The IP Camera or WAP that could use PoE, except that it is located a bit past the distances defined by the standard. The blue-light security phone that could be integrated into the rest of the system, but the specifics of how to accomplish it are a bit unclear. We’ve all been there. But what exactly are your choices for extending your LAN to reach those devices that fall just beyond the standards?
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How SD-WAN Can Unleash Application Performance Without Sacrificing Branch Security

Fortinet

SD-WAN helps enterprises evolve branch networks, with better performance and cost savings over traditional WANs. And while Gartner notes that SD-WAN products now incorporate internet perimeter security, more than 90% of vendors are not traditional security providers, which causes clients to question whether they can rely on embedded security alone. Join our webinar to learn how the latest FortiOS 6.0 improvements allow Fortinet’s integrated SD-WAN capabilities to support:
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BGP Series Part 4: Optimizing AS Paths

ThousandEyes

Learn how BGP can lead to suboptimal traffic paths and how you can improve your own routing policies.
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Spotlight

The benefits 5G will bring to consumers, network equipment manufacturers (NEMs), and service providers (SPs) are both numerous and game-changing. 5G will radically improve the mobile broadband services that consumers enjoy and enable connectivity to billions of global devices to create a boom in the Internet of Things (IoT). 5G will provide robust support for new use cases we may scarcely imagine today. But there’s another critical challenge that deserves attention: Security—particularly the need for validation and testing. On a basic level, the adoption of 5G will depend on whether or not 5G services are demonstrably safe.

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