In a world where data is now considered to be the new oil, we need a secure, reliable, and scalable platform to store, analyze, and distribute data. This is where cloud computing comes into play, particularly with data centers.
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For the past 15 years enterprises experimented with SaaS applications, took advantage of plentiful cheap compute and storage and migrated desktop workloads to the cloud, yet still have not managed to achieve digital transformation. Panelists at the NetEvents session on multi-cloud agreed that we are finally on the brink of a generation change in IT driven by business necessity and enabled by new cloud-native solutions to decades-old problems.
The State of the Market Report 2021 by Help AG, the cybersecurity arm of Etisalat Digital, delivers cybersecurity intelligence across a range of parameters, including the top threats over the course of 2020; the region’s biggest vulnerabilities; security investment patterns of organizations in the region; and where the market is headed in terms of technologies and evolution.
When asked about the major impact of network automation and SD-WAN combined on the digital transformation journey, in the framework of Telecom Review virtual panel, Aloke Tusnial, Vice President of Cloud Business and Solutions at Spirent, explained that these are enablers in the modern era.
Vodafone and Qualcomm Technologies will work together in developing reference designs to support emerging and established network infrastructure vendors in building 5G networks using Open Radio Access Network (Open RAN) technology.
Talking about the most important point when it comes to network automation in the era of virtualization during Telecom Review virtual panel, Roque Lozano, SVP IP & Optical Networks, MEA, Nokia highlighted the business impact it entails.
According to Northern Sky Research (NSR), the global satellite industry is expected to double in size over the decade — from $12 billion in 2020 to $26 billion by 2029. This is driven by the exponentially growing demand for connectivity.
In the recent Telecom Review virtual panel about network automation and SD-WAN, panelists shared each of their own insights in delivering end-user agility, consistent quality of service (QoS), state-of-the-art security, and network reliability.
Fiber Connect Council MENA, previously known as FTTH Council MENA released to its member its exclusive study: MENA FTTH and 5G Panorama.
Telecom Review organized a virtual panel on April 27, 2021, where a panel of industry experts discussed the topic of Network automation & SD-WAN in the era of virtualization. The esteemed panelists included: