Cloud Services, Next-Gen Business, Next-Gen Content Delivery and Video, Business Issues, ARPU and ROI
Telecom Routing and Switching, Metro/Access Networks, NGN Architecture, Carrier Ethernet, MPLS (Multi-protocol Label Switching) Networks, Optical Networks, Cloud Networks
Wireless Backhaul, Wireless Networks, 3G and 4G, Fixed Mobile Convergence
Service Delivery, Telecom OSS and BSS, Telecom Network Management
As the Internet of Things continues to gain traction, specialized machine-to-machine networks will play a larger role as they serve as the last hop.
Half of networking devices are aging or obsolete, a new report says, as fallout from the recession continues to disrupt legacy network refresh cycles.
SN blogs: This week, an analyst said sharing threat intelligence information is a new security strategy; data analytics as a service offers all enterprises a competitive edge.
Do you know where that Unix server's documentation is? How much the spare parts will cost? How to automate service delegation? The clock's ticking.
SSH connection inconveniences can make remote server management a pain. Here's what do when your SSH server frequently disconnects.
Even the best data center design drifts from its opening day to the present. Uptime shares its recommendations to map cooling power to today's IT load.
Despite Rackspace's uncertain future, its cloud continues to be a force in the market, from its OpenStack initiative down to its managed cloud support.
The first rule about building highly available cloud apps is: You do not think of apps; you think of services. But that's only the first rule.
Every company seeks the magical five nines -- or 99.999% availability. If major providers can't promise it, how can you get it?