Secure web gateway as a service: simplifying the path to network security

December 28, 2017

Software as a service (SaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), and Platform as a Service (PaaS) are just a few of the now commonplace solutions that have been born through the cloud. Rather than forcing companies to expend resources on deploying and maintaining certain IT functions, “as-a-service” products can be leveraged as subscriptions and hosted off-premises in a provider’s data center or virtual environment.

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Deepwave Digital Creates an AI Enabled GPUReceiver for a Critical 5G Sensor

whitePaper | February 10, 2020

Deepwave Digital has leveraged the Artificial Intelligence Radio Transceiver (AIR-T) to create the first deep learning sensor for a 5G network. This network, the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS), will be the first spectrum sharing service provided by the telecommunications industry that leverages real time RF sensing. Critical to the operation of CBRS is the ability to determine if priority users are active on specific frequency channels. When no priority users are present, the spectrum may be reallocated for commercial networks to provide new enterprise services or additional bandwidth to existing services.

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Boosting Telecom and Datacom System Performance

whitePaper | June 23, 2021

Within data centers and 5G broadband infrastructure systems, the ‘more, faster, better’ ambitions continue. While there are many elements to delivering on these objectives, enhancing the functional performance of electronic systems plays an integral role. This paper provides practical application examples about how smart thermal strategies can maximize system performance and lifetime

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5G TERMS AND ACRONYMS

whitePaper | November 15, 2019

The promise of 5G is faster and more reliable communications. 5G opens doors to exciting new connections to Internet of Things (IoT) networks, autonomous driving, broadband wireless, and interruption-free video viewing. Whatever you develop 5G technology for, it will be imperative to understand design and test concepts and solutions across multiple dimensions. There are a lot of 5G terms and more on the way. We’ve got you covered – here’s a list of what’s out there today. Second-generation digital cellular networks used by mobile phones, designed as a replacement for analog first-generation radio (1G). Designed primarily for voice using digital standards.

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Removing 5G Roadblocks: Overcoming transport ordering challenges

whitePaper | April 29, 2021

Fast and reliable communications services are perhaps the defining trait of today’s world. Enterprises, mobile operators and other entities requiring high-speed connectivity should be able to enter an address to see serviceability options, determine orderable network service products and pricing, place the order, and then receive proactive notifications regarding the status of their order.

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NetX2025 Target Network Technical White Paper

whitePaper | March 8, 2022

In addition, by utilizing excellent steering capabilities of network connections, they can expand the cooperation with OTT industry chains and leverage cloud-network synergy to encourage enterprises to migrate to cloud platforms, improving user experience, and although user experience relies on cloud, background networks are the key pillars that enable such an improvement. Therefore, in the future, differentiated E2E network connections will always be key to competition.

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Reaping the Benefits of Disaggregated Optical Networks

whitePaper | June 21, 2021

The disaggregation of optical networks will bring numerous benefits to service providers including enabling best-in-class innovation for each network element or sub-system; freedom from vendor lock-in enabling solution flexibility and price competition; and staggered network evolution. For example, a faster cycle for transmission subsystems with a longer life for optical line systems. Most service providers are pursuing one of two approaches to building disaggregated optical networks. The Partially Disaggregated and the Fully Disaggregated approach. This paper explains the benefits of both and how service providers can reap the rewards of disaggregated networks regardless of which approach they choose.

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