Brain Meets Brawn in the Edge vs. Cloud Debate
What are the fundamental challenges of edge computing vs. cloud computing? Are there benefits to having real-time apps at the edge? Said Ouissal, CEO and Founder of ZEDEDA, joins TIA NOW to discuss the mutually beneficial coexistence of both edge and cloud.
Cloud & IoT: Impact on Data Centers
Here at the TIA 2016 Network of the Future Conference in Dallas, TIA NOW will explore the impact that IoT and Cloud computing will have on our data centers. Here to talk to us is Mike Capuano, VP of Worldwide Marketing at Infinera.
Cloud Drivers: It’s Agility, Not Cost
At the TIA 2015 Network of the Future Conference, Sandro Tavares, Head of Marketing, Mobile Core at Nokia Networks, tells TIA NOW why network agility – to scale and innovate – is the primary driver for Cloud technologies.
Coexistence of Legacy and Cloud
At the TIA 2015 Network of the Future conference, Matt Glass, COO at BlueStream Professional Services, tells TIA NOW why legacy equipment is still vital to the success of the Cloud, and why the transition to virtual networking is all around us.
Data Centers Driving Virtual Networking
Franklin Flint, Global Telecom Strategist & Marketing Executive at Dell OEM Solutions, tells TIA NOW how innovative solutions are limitless as the demand for data centers hits record highs to support Cloud NFV and SDN technologies.
GENBAND’s new CEO David Walsh talks about webRTC and SDN
David Walsh, President, CEO & Chairman of GENBAND discusses the major disruptions facing the ICT industry from the growing interest and adoption of the cloud, SDN and webRTC.
If It’s Edge, It’s Containers. But Not Exclusively!
New applications, services and workloads increasingly demand a different kind of network architecture. What are key components of that network? TIA NOW’s Clarence Reynolds discusses networking at the edge with Ildiko Vancsa, Ecosystem Technical Lead at the Openstack Foundation, Chris Price, President of Ericsson Software Technology and Beth Cohen, Cloud Networking Product Manager at Verizon.
Intel on SDN
Software Defined Networking may be the answer for service providers to launch new services. But where does this leave communication equipment manufacturers when network function virtualization is all about the software – or is it?
Networking with Open Standards
Growing your business with SDN is an opportunity and a challenge. Complying with open standards can encourage collaboration and still distinguish your products and services.
Software Defined Networking with OpenFlow
The inventor of OpenFlow, an open standard for Network Virtualization, gives TIA NOW a breakdown of the functionality of SDN.