Top Comcast execs discuss the benefits and capabilities of the company's new virtual access network and how Comcast is applying lessons from its cloud-based X1 platform.
VMware is bolstering its developer support and security capabilities with the acquisitions of Pivotal Software and Carbon Black.
Telcos need new ways to monitor their services and networks and some are turning to the open source community for inspiration.
Six companies – Anritsu, Infovista, Kentik, Netrounds, Spirent and Viavi Solutions – made the cut in the Outstanding Test & Measurement Vendor category.
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AirTies CEO says acquisition of Technicolor's in-home WiFi software business and expertise will help company scale its platform to more devices and reach more service providers.
A 'bonkers' network management card had too much eggnog and caused a wave of service outages, including 9-1-1 service, in several states for several days during the last week of 2018.
All kinds of companies in telecom – such as AT&T and Verizon – and other vertical markets are moving to the cloud at different speeds and for different reasons. So why are so many of them using AWS?
ThousandEyes Network Intelligence helps enterprises pick the best cloud provider and region for network performance.
Cloudflare's Spectrum service extends Cloudflare's web protection and acceleration to anything that uses an Internet connection.
Kayenta is open source software designed to help operators incrementally roll out application upgrades at cloud-scale without breaking things.
Rolls out tools to automate managing secrets, certificates, firewall policies and compliance data.
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As networks extend into the cloud, security and monitoring need to step up their games accordingly, writes Jeff Harris of Ixia.
Real-time analytics across legacy and virtualized networks? Yes, please.
Howard Watson, the CEO of BT's Technology, Service and Operations division, says automation is very high on BT's 'to do' list but the operator knows it can't just do away with manual processes immediately.
As enterprises spread applications across multiple clouds, they need ways to maintain visibility and control, Ixia's Jeff Harris argues.
The separation between obtaining service assurance data and acting on it is going away, letting the network automatically address issues.
New and exciting methods of automation – whether virtualization, the cloud, IoT or even best practices like network segmentation – tend to emphasize innovation over visibility. As such, networks develop blind spots that mask network problems and even faulty devices.
Check out which companies made this year's Outstanding Test & Measurement Vendor shortlist and why.