Enabling The 5G Intelligent Edge: How White Box Network Solutions Help Drive AIoT Innovation in the 5G Era
The world is at a technology inflection point that hasn’t been seen since the rise of the Internet, and 5G is paving the path. Recent advancements in machine learning and the internet of things (IoT), paired with new network technologies, 5G New Radio (5G NR), disaggregation, edge computing, and open industry standards, are all coming together...
Virtual broadband network gateways (vBNGs) are key to scaling 5G and broadband networks. Utilizing its Advanced Technology Centers, World Wide Technology integrates vBNGs for communications service providers of all sizes.
A new generation of network appliances based on the Intel® Atom™ Processor C3000 Series offers significant enhancements over previous generation platforms, enabling further network infrastructure optimization through power-efficiency improvements, higher performance per watt and accelerated crypto offload. This paper takes a closer look at
This paper describes how service providers can augment uCPE White box servers with carrier-class service demarcation and performance assurance capabilities. This includes the ability to deliver premium, SLA-based L2 and L3 services combined with advanced diagnostics capabilities to detect and troubleshoot network and NFVI/VNF performance issues.
The future of wireless is ultra-broadband packet throughput, with 4G/LTE speeds hitting 25 Mbps to 50 Mbps and 5G technologies targeting even faster speeds. But the IP mobile networks that are serving up this throughput have new security risks for MNOs that can negatively impact their infrastructure, operations, customer services, and data. Utilizi
Change is coming to computing and networking architectures. Centralized cloud will remain vital to efficiently store and process information, but as demand for real-time processing and low-latency connectivity increases, edge computing will become progressively more important. This white paper makes the case for edge computing in operator networks.
When representatives from 14 carriers came together to publish the white paper that would define network functions virtualization (NFV), they envisioned “leveraging standard IT virtualisation technology to consolidate many network equipment types onto industry standard high volume servers, switches, and storage.” But the network environ
- RISC/ARM 运算平台
- 嵌入式单板电脑 & MIO 单板
- Class I, Division 2 解决方案
- WebAccess+ Solutions
- Fiber Ethernet Media Converters
- Industrial Protocol Gateways
- Serial Converters, Repeaters and Suppressors
- USB to Serial Converters, Hubs and Isolators
- WebAccess/NMS 系统
- Wireless Sensing Solutions