Open Source Hardware – its Cost Reduction for many enterprise business


Large enterprise, cloud service providers, 'big brand' product companies are spending millions or billions of dollars in building their data center. So what do you think keeping these companies technology imperatives moving forward. Are they going to focus on hybrid controllers, traffic shaping, 100G, network modeling, network analytics and simulation, circuit automation and testing, backbone... Continue Reading →

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Telco’s revenue growth over last few years is not promising


Global telecom companies revenues grew 2% YoY in 1Q17, to US$443.6bn. A modest recovery in mobile revenues is the primary factor, with Japan, Brazil, and Australia among the best performers. By contrast, India, China, the US, and several other big mobile markets declined in 1Q17. The decline in the US is particularly worrisome. The telecommunication... Continue Reading →

Does Artificial Intelligence (AI) solve shortage of Cyber Security professionals


Worldwide Revenue for Security Technology Forecast to Surpass $100 Billion in 2020, According to the New IDC Worldwide Semiannual Security Spending Guide. The industries that will see the fastest growth in their security investments will be healthcare (10.3% CAGR), followed by telecommunications, utilities, state/local government, and securities and investment services. "The pace and threat of security... Continue Reading →

Security considerations while migrating business applications to cloud infrastructure


Cloud Computing has emerged as an effective alternative to organization-based information systems. In the traditional approach, companies invested in the hardware and software and created their own Information Systems departments. Over a decade, this technology has matured quite a bit and many new cloud service providers have emerged. Among these cloud service providers the leaders are... Continue Reading →

Microsoft – Fastest growing Cyber Security Company


Most often, cyber security professionals make fun of Microsoft products until few years ago. Its due to the reason that its been considered one of the  notoriously full of dangerous bugs, and Microsoft was considered difficult to work with when it came to patching them. For instance, the infamous Stuxnet worm, an attempt allegedly by... Continue Reading →

What should Telecom companies learn from Facebook ’10 year technology roadmap’


Most of the telecom companies were inspired with the FBF8 conference last year and looking forward for this year session on April 18th & 19th 2017. Mark Zuckerberg kicked the conference off with a keynote detailing Facebook’s 10-year technology roadmap, and the ways those technologies will help bring people together and give everyone a voice. Facebook... Continue Reading →

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