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Technology has developed rapidly over the past few decades, and standing atop of that development is the creation of the 5G network. This technology has surpassed its predecessor in every way imaginable, and the impact it has on industries all over the world is highly beneficial. One of the industries benefiting from this technology is […]

Cloud Visibilty based on End-User Experience Scores

The status-quo of early 2020 no longer exists for the corporate network. The pandemic threw a wrench into the architecture and network operations that businesses had relied upon. The ongoing transition has necessitated and accelerated changes for people, processes, and technologies. I recently took part in an executive roundtable with Bloor Research and members of […]

5G networks are set to transform and revolutionise how their assembly lines work in the future. This state-of-the-art technology is the most potent iteration to ever exist on the planet. The benefits it produces are insurmountably crucial and valuable for the development of manufacturing moving forward. Nevertheless, for this technology to be truly embedded into […]

The recent pandemic has opened people’s eyes to the importance of the internet. Some may go further and propose that the internet is no longer a privilege but a rather basic human necessity. With this increased demand for fast connectivity and less network disruption, a worldwide 5G network rollout is greatly anticipated by both users […]

Network Impact on Business Outcomes

The cloud offers businesses a tantalizing vision of cheaper, faster, and more agile computing. However, the advent of global, hybrid, and multi-cloud environments has presented IT operations teams with a radically more complex infrastructure to manage. It has been ten years since Amazon first revealed that every 100 milliseconds of network latency cost them 1 […]

With the rollout of 5G, synchronization in carrier networks is becoming even more critical. Mobile cellular networks need to be synchronized to avoid base stations with shared coverage interfering and disrupting each other, leading to declining network quality for customers. Throughout the Third Generation (3G) cellular communications, the NodeBs relied on satellite communications for synchronization, […]

As high-bandwidth requirements continue to rise over the last few years, multiple system operators (MSOs) transform their hybrid fiber/coax (HFC) networks. Available architectures, such as DOCSIS 3.1 and Remote PHY, rely on fiber-based bandwidth deep into the cable television (CATV) network, which is why countless operators aim to create Node+0 architectures via “fiber deep” initiatives.  […]

There has been no doubt that fiber networks ensure the viability of smart-device applications, video streaming, and business requirements. However, with a demand increase, it only makes sense for service providers to continue striving for improvements in broadband access networks, which will require several tests on different network parameters, namely insertion loss, distance, and optical […]

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