The Third Wave of the Internet

August 5, 2021

The third wave of the Internet is marked by substantial growth of more mobile, powerful, intelligent, and automated devices on the emerging edge network. In this environment, IT and OT will be converged and contribute to the increasing volume of data creation. This growth will outpace the growth of the core infrastructure capacity and create congestion points in the end-to-end application delivery chain, causing massive latency. Delay will bring near fatal blows to system stability and the application experience. Security challenges will also increase significantly. These conditions require a new approach—one centered around holistic application distribution and based on a different set of technology design principles. This is the essence of the Edge 2.0 era.

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WAN-as-a-Service Enables Networks to Respond to Evolving IT Needs

whitePaper | August 2, 2021

Traditional methods of building wide area networks (WANs) have always had limitations, but fell even further behind with the adoption of the cloud and remote work. Software-defined WANs (SD-WANs) have simplified many aspects of WAN management, but are unable to fully break away from the hub-and-spoke model due to security requirements. Modern WAN-as-a-Service offerings address these shortcomings while providing organizations cost savings and improving network performance.

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IEEE 5G and Beyond Roadmap

whitePaper | April 1, 2021

The IEEE 5G and Beyond Technology Roadmap White Paper outlines the current telecommunications value chain that will need to adapt to changes and opportunities that the introduction of 5G and beyond technologies will bring. It describes key technology trends that will impact design drivers and challenges for technologies to simultaneously provide wireless communication, massive connectivity, the tactile internet, quality of service and network slicing. Future applications are listed that drive 5G and beyond requirements to provide societal benefits for education, manufacturing, healthcare, smart grid, entertainment, autonomous cars, and smart cities. And the white paper highlights technology enablers that need to be explored in the creation of the roadmap.

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The Future of IT Network Security

whitePaper | July 12, 2021

It’s no secret that the sudden drastic changes in the way we work over the past nine months have negatively impacted user experience and increased cybersecurity risk. IT departments have scrambled to empower newly remote employees, seeking ways to enable ubiquitous application access and improve network performance. But the acceleration of the Future of Work has come at a cost. Business continuity concerns have caused organizations to focus on improving the user experience for remote employees at the expense of security and IT professionals know this isn’t sustainable. Menlo’s new research report captures the concerns of IT professionals at U.S. based organizations as they grapple with the acceleration of digital transformation in the age of COVID-19.

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AI and ML – Enablers for Beyond 5G Networks

whitePaper | May 11, 2021

This white paper on AI and ML as enablers of beyond 5G (B5G) networks is based on contributions from almost 20 5G PPP projects, coordinated through the 5G PPP Technology Board, that research, implement and validate 5G and B5G network systems. The paper introduces the main relevant mechanisms in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), currently investigated and exploited for enhancing 5G and B5G networks.

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Assuring the Promise of a Secure 5G Future

whitePaper | November 1, 2019

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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Ericsson Mobility Report

whitePaper | June 1, 2021

Ericsson Mobility Report provides industry-leading projections and analyses of the latest trends in the mobile industry, including subscription, mobile data traffic and population coverage. Our forecasts are based on past and current data, validated with extensive network measurements. Read the report to learn about the latest figures for 5G, IoT, fixed wireless access and more.

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