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Six reasons telecom providers can strengthen IoT market

Using telecom providers' communications and connections experience could strengthen the evolution of the Internet of Things market. Our expert offers six reasons why.


Virtual router uses expand

Virtual routers work well in some parts of carrier networks, but not everywhere. Now, mobile, cloud and SDN offer evolving uses for virtual routing.


Google Fiber sets sights on San Antonio next

Google Fiber plans to lay 4,000 miles of fiber optic cable in the San Antonio area; FCC voted to revise IP transition rules.


Metro networks focus on mobile, video content delivery

SDN and NFV applications could be the answer to make mobile and video content delivery in the metro network more agile for delivering enterprise services.

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