5G: Zero Distance Connectivity
As 5G networks support 1,000x the capacity for billions of devices by 2025, new radio access technologies and existing wireless technologies will have to merge. We discuss breakthroughs in wireless network innovation with Current Analysis, Tech Mahindra and Recon Analytics.
“Making the network sustainably profitable and supporting the deluge of data are the key goals for telcos in the coming years,” said Manish Singh, VP of SDN and NFV Solutions at Tech Mahindra.
NFV Moving at Lightning Speed
Manish Singh, VP of Product Management for SDN/NFV at Tech Mahindra, tells TIA NOW how network virtualization has come a long way in a very short time.
Part 7 – The Internet of Things: Connecting It All
This documentary on IoT explores the obstacles that the communications ecosystem faces in the race to 20-30 billion connected devices. How are companies dealing with security, scale, cost and the fractured nature of the current IoT landscape? How will businesses leverage the power of data analytics, when not all data is valuable? And how will…
Radisys on Software-Defined Networking
CTO of Radisys, Manish Singh, says SDN technologies are on the hype cycle, particularly around telecom. Watch TIA NOW as they continue to preview their documentary on SDN, to be released on September 10th, 2013.
The Virtualization Revolution: NFV Unleashed – Part 6
The explosive growth of internet traffic has disrupted the technology industry, threatening to clog telecom networks… unless a new, scalable approach is implemented. This documentary explores the evolution of Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) and the hurdles faced when switching from infrastructure-heavy, legacy networks to virtualized networks.
TIA’s NFV Initiatives – End-to-End Compatibility
As NFV becomes a reality, the telco industry is now filling the gaps to realize the full potential of Network Functions Virtualization. TIA’s NFV initiatives will work to fill those gaps so carriers and service providers can feel confident that the components they launch today, will be compatible 5 years from now.