Huawei's autonomous network management and control system — iMaster NCE — was the only WAN SDN controller ranked leader for four consecutive times, according to leading data insight provider GlobalData's WAN SDN Controller: Competitive Landscape Assessment report released earlier this month.
Qualcomm Communications SARL, a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated on Friday announced its plan to open a new 5G research and development (R&D) centre in France to work on the future evolution of 5G and beyond. The announcement comes after a meeting between Qualcomm Incorporated’s president and CEO-elect, Cristiano Amon, and Agnès Pannier-Runacher, minister delegate for industry in the French Government. The new internal R&D facility joins Qualcomm Incorporated’s extensive R&D network and will play a key role in Qualcomm employees driving the de velopment of 5G locally, regionally and globally.
AppDynamics, a part of Cisco and the world’s leading APM solution and full-stack, business-centric observability platform, announced Cisco Secure Application, the industry’s first solution to drastically simplify vulnerability management, defend against attacks and protect applications - from the inside-out. Co-innovated with the Cisco Security business, the world’s largest enterprise security company, this new solution correlates security and application insights through a single solution. Built natively into the AppDynamics platform, users benefit from reduced alert fatigue, real time threat detection, and automatic breach prevention. The result is businesses’ confidence in application performance without the fear of significant damage to brand reputation and customer trust.
Huawei released its Global Connectivity Index (GCI) 2020, the seventh annual GCI report the company has published. For the first time in a GCI report, the 2020 release proposed five key stages of industry digital transformation: task efficiency, functional efficiency, system efficiency, organizational efficiency and agility, and ecosystem efficiency and resilience.
Nokia delivered a healthy gross margin and operating margin performance for both Q4 and full year 2020 driven by customer demand in North America.
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and General Motors (GM) on Tuesday announced their collaboration to deliver premium experiences to upcoming vehicles. Building on the companies’ long-standing relationship spanning across multiple cellular technology generations, the companies will use their expertise to feature highly advanced technologies needed for next generation vehicles. Through this relationship, Qualcomm Technologies is working with GM to power digital cockpits, next generation telematics systems and future advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), to meet the evolving needs of providing best-in-class experiences for consumers.
Nokia and Vodafone have announced the successful trial of a new Passive Optical Network (PON) technology capable of delivering speeds up to 100 gigabits per second (Gb/s) on a single wavelength 10 times faster than the most advanced networks available today. This marks the latest industry-first in fiber access for Nokia, following breakthroughs in 10G PON, TWDM-PON, universal PON and 25G PON.
iBwave, the standard for converged indoor network planning, on Wednesday announced the company can address the rising global demand for high‑performance end‑to‑end networks thanks to iBwave Reach, its all‑in‑one network design solution that bridges the gap between indoor and outdoor wireless network design.
Huawei Digital QuickODN (DQ ODN) has recently been granted the first TÜV SÜD Certification Mark for optical distribution network products.
Nokia announced that it has successfully piloted 4G and 5G fixed wireless access (FWA) network slicing with Saudi Arabian telecommunications services provider, Mobily on their live commercial network – the first sliced FWA deployment in the world. The ongoing pilot, which took place in the capital city of Riyadh, occurred in a multi-vendor environment and included sliced access, transport and core networks with management and assurance capabilities. The solution will allow Mobily to offer new FWA services to priority consumer and enterprise customers. It also enables slicing per application including voice, data, online gaming or home office applications.