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Networks of the future will be fuelled by analytics, AI, and 5G

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and 5G are red hot topics today. However, despite all the hype and discussion around connected and intelligent applications, there is still a lot to be said about how these two technologies will leverage each other to deliver the networks and associated use cases of the future. By Brian Lavallée, Submarine Networking Solutions Expert, at Ciena.

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Four cloud principles that can improve your network

Digital transformation continues to be a top business initiative in 2019. At the same time, organizations are looking to enhance the customer experience through personalized engagement. Both of these trends depend upon technology to deliver data-driven insights that increase agility and improve decision-making. And central to all of that is a network capable of connecting diverse devices and efficiently moving applications and data. By Marcus Doran – VP and GM at Rahi Systems, Europe.

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Why Public Wi-Fi Isn’t Secure Enough

While many of people use Wi-Fi when they are out an about, there is much precautionary advice about using unsecured public Wi-Fi, which could allow a hacker sitting either a few yards away from them, or even miles away to gain access to their laptops, tablets and smartphones to steal passwords and sensitive data. By Michael Wakley, CEO of LeakSafe.

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Embracing the Intelligent Edge

The large and complex datacentre has, for many years, been the backbone of computing networks - a central core to process data, information and transactions. However, recent research from Gartner suggests that, by 2022, 75% of enterprise-generated data will be processed outside the datacentre, at ‘the Edge’. By Alexander Mikoyan – Team Leader for Large Enterprises at HPE UK&I.

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Transforming Networking to Accelerate Connected Industries

Legacy networking is focused on connecting the user, but the future of networking is in connecting industries. It has been forecasted by Gartner that there will be over 20 billion connected devices globally by 2020. As we move into the era of connected devices, networking needs to be agile, flexible and hyper-scalable to support transformation across industry verticals. By Mark Daley, Director, Digital Strategy and Business Development, Epsilon.

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5G and the evolution of mobile networks

Fifth generation networks, just like the preceding 4G LTE and WiMAX networks, are expected to greatly increase available bandwidth, with improved end-to-end performance providing a better end-user experience. In the most basic of terms, 4G LTE was the long-term evolution of Radio Access Networks (RAN); 5G is the next iteration. By Adrian Taylor, Regional VP of Sales at A10 Networks.

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Technical Discussion: High Performance IP Replication

Why is it so challenging to achieve high performance IP Replication over distance between data centers? Check out Brocade subject matter experts discussing the challenges of achieving high performance IP replication over distance, including how Brocade addresses this architecturally and test results comparing IP storage replication workloads showing you the level of performance you can achieve with Brocade's solution.

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