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Learn what it takes to run an efficient, reliable, global live-streaming service in this webinar, where a panel of experts dives into the particulars of what success can look like. Topics include: sufficient backend architecture; ad infrastructure; mass audience ebb and flow; stream personalization, consumer satisfaction; and more.

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Learn what it takes to run an efficient, reliable, global live-streaming service in this webinar, where a panel of experts dives into the particulars of what success can look like. Topics include: sufficient backend architecture; ad infrastructure; mass audience ebb and flow; stream personalization, consumer satisfaction; and more.

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Millimeter wave (mmW) offers a high-capacity wireless solution for 5G networks. But while large amounts of spectrum are available, mmW has challenging propagation and range limitations that impact network planning and operation, particularly on the transport network.

This webinar examines the key considerations in building scalable coverage and network density utilizing mmW as well as the service considerations of different use cases, using field deployment examples.

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Millimeter wave (mmW) offers a high-capacity wireless solution for 5G networks. But while large amounts of spectrum are available, mmW has challenging propagation and range limitations that impact network planning and operation, particularly on the transport network.

This webinar examines the key considerations in building scalable coverage and network density utilizing mmW as well as the service considerations of different use cases, using field deployment examples.

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For operators, migrating to cloud-native NFV promises the potential of greater service velocity, innovation, and differentiation – and ultimately automated customer experiences and network operations. Migration, however, comes at a cost of greater management complexity. This webinar uses examples from the field to explore those tradeoffs and to look at operator strategies that balance the pros and cons of migration in the pursuit of service revenue growth.

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For operators, migrating to cloud-native NFV promises the potential of greater service velocity, innovation, and differentiation – and ultimately automated customer experiences and network operations. Migration, however, comes at a cost of greater management complexity. This webinar uses examples from the field to explore those tradeoffs and to look at operator strategies that balance the pros and cons of migration in the pursuit of service revenue growth.

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For operators, migrating to cloud-native NFV promises the potential of greater service velocity, innovation, and differentiation – and ultimately automated customer experiences and network operations. Migration, however, comes at a cost of greater management complexity. This webinar uses examples from the field to explore those tradeoffs and to look at operator strategies that balance the pros and cons of migration in the pursuit of service revenue growth.

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It is imperative that service providers begin to consider next generation DDoS mitigations strategies in the face of their ever-growing infrastructure and terabit+ attacks. This webinar will explore the drivers behind the increase of DDoS attack volume and complexity and what we can do about it through intelligent network solutions.

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It is imperative that service providers begin to consider next generation DDoS mitigations strategies in the face of their ever-growing infrastructure and terabit+ attacks. This webinar will explore the drivers behind the increase of DDoS attack volume and complexity and what we can do about it through intelligent network solutions.

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It is imperative that service providers begin to consider next generation DDoS mitigations strategies in the face of their ever-growing infrastructure and terabit+ attacks. This webinar will explore the drivers behind the increase of DDoS attack volume and complexity and what we can do about it through intelligent network solutions.

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It is imperative that service providers begin to consider next generation DDoS mitigations strategies in the face of their ever-growing infrastructure and terabit+ attacks. This webinar will explore the drivers behind the increase of DDoS attack volume and complexity and what we can do about it through intelligent network solutions.

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The IoT is expanding daily and is constantly at increased risk for security breaches. This webinar explores the world of IoT security across a range of use cases and network architectures and makes the case for using risk management principles and a careful hardware strategy to keep threats at bay.

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The IoT is expanding daily and is constantly at increased risk for security breaches. This webinar explores the world of IoT security across a range of use cases and network architectures and makes the case for using risk management principles and a careful hardware strategy to keep threats at bay.

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The IoT is expanding daily and is constantly at increased risk for security breaches. This webinar explores the world of IoT security across a range of use cases and network architectures and makes the case for using risk management principles and a careful hardware strategy to keep threats at bay.

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The IoT is expanding daily and is constantly at increased risk for security breaches. This webinar explores the world of IoT security across a range of use cases and network architectures and makes the case for using risk management principles and a careful hardware strategy to keep threats at bay.

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With enterprise adoption of cloud services reaching nearly $200B last year, opportunities for service providers to improve private line connectivity are abundant. Attend this webinar to find out how cloud computing architectures are driving new requirements for enterprise connectivity and how these needs vary by industry. Learn about prevailing technologies that you can use to deliver services that satisfy your customers’ connectivity expectations in the cloud era.

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With enterprise adoption of cloud services reaching nearly $200B last year, opportunities for service providers to improve private line connectivity are abundant. Attend this webinar to find out how cloud computing architectures are driving new requirements for enterprise connectivity and how these needs vary by industry. Learn about prevailing technologies that you can use to deliver services that satisfy your customers’ connectivity expectations in the cloud era.

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With enterprise adoption of cloud services reaching nearly $200B last year, opportunities for service providers to improve private line connectivity are abundant. Attend this webinar to find out how cloud computing architectures are driving new requirements for enterprise connectivity and how these needs vary by industry. Learn about prevailing technologies that you can use to deliver services that satisfy your customers’ connectivity expectations in the cloud era.

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5G holds the potential to enable a universal core supporting wireline and wireless access networks – resulting in streamlined network operations and a seamless customer experience. This webinar examines key standards activities including CUPS as well as the opportunities, benefits and challenges surrounding an access-agnostic core.

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5G holds the potential to enable a universal core supporting wireline and wireless access networks – resulting in streamlined network operations and a seamless customer experience. This webinar examines key standards activities including CUPS as well as the opportunities, benefits and challenges surrounding an access-agnostic core.

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5G holds the potential to enable a universal core supporting wireline and wireless access networks – resulting in streamlined network operations and a seamless customer experience. This webinar examines key standards activities including CUPS as well as the opportunities, benefits and challenges surrounding an access-agnostic core.

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Now that 5G is here, is your BSS ready to monetize the use cases emerging with this technology? This webinar breaks down the state of BSS 5G preparations today and looks at what service providers must do to achieve readiness. We discuss exciting new 5G use cases and how monetization systems will gradually evolve from 3G/4G to 5G.

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Now that 5G is here, is your BSS ready to monetize the use cases emerging with this technology? This webinar breaks down the state of BSS 5G preparations today and looks at what service providers must do to achieve readiness. We discuss exciting new 5G use cases and how monetization systems will gradually evolve from 3G/4G to 5G.

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5G wireless technology promises to deliver greater speed, connectivity, reliability, capacity, and ultra-low latency, but how will function inside the home? This webinar looks at the demand for 5G fixed wireless access, expected timing for rollout, challenges in deploying and delivering 5G fixed wireless networks, and the range of in-home services made possible by 5G.

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5G wireless technology promises to deliver greater speed, connectivity, reliability, capacity, and ultra-low latency, but how will function inside the home? This webinar looks at the demand for 5G fixed wireless access, expected timing for rollout, challenges in deploying and delivering 5G fixed wireless networks, and the range of in-home services made possible by 5G.

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The next generation of wireless connectivity, Wi-Fi 6, is coming, and with it, a host of improvements in network performance. This webinar delves into the technology enhancements Wi-Fi 6 will deliver, who might benefit, and real-world enterprise use cases. Network managers will learn what they need to do now to prepare for and be ready to capitalize on the transition to Wi-Fi 6.

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The next generation of wireless connectivity, Wi-Fi 6, is coming, and with it, a host of improvements in network performance. This webinar delves into the technology enhancements Wi-Fi 6 will deliver, who might benefit, and real-world enterprise use cases. Network managers will learn what they need to do now to prepare for and be ready to capitalize on the transition to Wi-Fi 6.

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The next generation of wireless connectivity, Wi-Fi 6, is coming, and with it, a host of improvements in network performance. This webinar delves into the technology enhancements Wi-Fi 6 will deliver, who might benefit, and real-world enterprise use cases. Network managers will learn what they need to do now to prepare for and be ready to capitalize on the transition to Wi-Fi 6.

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Cloud DVR, which allows the user to store recorded content online without a physical DVR, lags far behind trick-play, catch-up and other network-based services. This webinar looks at how service providers can overcome challenges to scaling Cloud DVR for the mass market through optimal approaches to architecture, colocation, device management, and storage technologies.

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Cloud DVR, which allows the user to store recorded content online without a physical DVR, lags far behind trick-play, catch-up and other network-based services. This webinar looks at how service providers can overcome challenges to scaling Cloud DVR for the mass market through optimal approaches to architecture, colocation, device management, and storage technologies.

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Cloud DVR, which allows the user to store recorded content online without a physical DVR, lags far behind trick-play, catch-up and other network-based services. This webinar looks at how service providers can overcome challenges to scaling Cloud DVR for the mass market through optimal approaches to architecture, colocation, device management, and storage technologies.

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The advent of 5G and the feasibility of millimeter wave (mmW) radios for fixed wireless access (FWA), gives operators an alternative to wireline solutions for home and possibly SOHO/SMB/enterprise broadband connectivity. By strict definition, millimeter wave implies frequencies between 30–300 GHz; however, in the present FWA context, the industry is also referring to frequencies in the 24 and 28 GHz as mmW. 

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The advent of 5G and the feasibility of millimeter wave (mmW) radios for fixed wireless access (FWA), gives operators an alternative to wireline solutions for home and possibly SOHO/SMB/enterprise broadband connectivity. By strict definition, millimeter wave implies frequencies between 30–300 GHz; however, in the present FWA context, the industry is also referring to frequencies in the 24 and 28 GHz as mmW. 

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To transition from 4G to 5G, and to monetize 5G use cases, service providers must conduct reliable testing and measurement as they build and deploy their networks. Attend this webinar to learn how early 5G commercial launches have transformed into successes with best practices that include validating performance in the lab, testing and verifying service in the field, and illuminating the state of network-wide optimization and maintenance.

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To transition from 4G to 5G, and to monetize 5G use cases, service providers must conduct reliable testing and measurement as they build and deploy their networks. Attend this webinar to learn how early 5G commercial launches have transformed into successes with best practices that include validating performance in the lab, testing and verifying service in the field, and illuminating the state of network-wide optimization and maintenance.

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To transition from 4G to 5G, and to monetize 5G use cases, service providers must conduct reliable testing and measurement as they build and deploy their networks. Attend this webinar to learn how early 5G commercial launches have transformed into successes with best practices that include validating performance in the lab, testing and verifying service in the field, and illuminating the state of network-wide optimization and maintenance.

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New solutions based on coherent optical technology are emerging to support the requirements of metro access and aggregation networks. In this webinar, we show you how a new point-to-multipoint optical transport technology using subcarriers is applied in aggregation networks – saving cost, driving efficiency and affording flexibility to meet increasing bandwidth demand from emerging 5G, fiber-deep and cloud-based services.

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New solutions based on coherent optical technology are emerging to support the requirements of metro access and aggregation networks. In this webinar, we show you how a new point-to-multipoint optical transport technology using subcarriers is applied in aggregation networks – saving cost, driving efficiency and affording flexibility to meet increasing bandwidth demand from emerging 5G, fiber-deep and cloud-based services.

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New solutions based on coherent optical technology are emerging to support the requirements of metro access and aggregation networks. In this webinar, we show you how a new point-to-multipoint optical transport technology using subcarriers is applied in aggregation networks – saving cost, driving efficiency and affording flexibility to meet increasing bandwidth demand from emerging 5G, fiber-deep and cloud-based services.

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Premium Wi-Fi is a prerequisite for service providers to remain competitive in today’s gigabit world. Join this webinar to find out how you can use premium Wi-Fi to differentiate your offerings, increase efficiency and ARPU, and improve customer experience.

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Premium Wi-Fi is a prerequisite for service providers to remain competitive in today’s gigabit world. Join this webinar to find out how you can use premium Wi-Fi to differentiate your offerings, increase efficiency and ARPU, and improve customer experience.

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In the journey to take more control of their networks and services, operators have told vendors they are seeking to virtualize over time everything from enterprise site devices (e.g., firewalls, VPNs, customer edge routers, WAN optimization controllers) and provider edge routers to mobile core and IMS functions, including PCRF, EPC, and gateways. Today the vision has evolved, expanded, and grown more sophisticated. 

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In the journey to take more control of their networks and services, operators have told vendors they are seeking to virtualize over time everything from enterprise site devices (e.g., firewalls, VPNs, customer edge routers, WAN optimization controllers) and provider edge routers to mobile core and IMS functions, including PCRF, EPC, and gateways. Today the vision has evolved, expanded, and grown more sophisticated. 

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In the journey to take more control of their networks and services, operators have told vendors they are seeking to virtualize over time everything from enterprise site devices (e.g., firewalls, VPNs, customer edge routers, WAN optimization controllers) and provider edge routers to mobile core and IMS functions, including PCRF, EPC, and gateways. Today the vision has evolved, expanded, and grown more sophisticated. 

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With 5G and cloud services creating increased demand for capacity, operators are weighing infrastructure investments and best paths to network convergence. In this webinar, we look at successful examples in which operators have used a full-service fiber grid to deploy a unified fiber network for full-service delivery, optimized capital expenditures, and faster time to market.

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With 5G and cloud services creating increased demand for capacity, operators are weighing infrastructure investments and best paths to network convergence. In this webinar, we look at successful examples in which operators have used a full-service fiber grid to deploy a unified fiber network for full-service delivery, optimized capital expenditures, and faster time to market.

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With 5G and cloud services creating increased demand for capacity, operators are weighing infrastructure investments and best paths to network convergence. In this webinar, we look at successful examples in which operators have used a full-service fiber grid to deploy a unified fiber network for full-service delivery, optimized capital expenditures, and faster time to market.

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As the era of 5G becomes a reality, carriers are increasingly seeking different ways to leverage the technology to realize new revenue streams. Fixed wireless access is one such topic of conversation, as it has the potential to have a transformative effect on the home network.

Vendors are hard at work on a solution for fixed wireless access as part of their toolbox of broadband products, and the industry is increasingly looking at the effect that it will have on the home network. This report will examine the anticipated timeline for 5G technology, as well as how fixed wireless access can work in the 5G era, and how it can truly have an impact on the broadband market.

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As the era of 5G becomes a reality, carriers are increasingly seeking different ways to leverage the technology to realize new revenue streams. Fixed wireless access is one such topic of conversation, as it has the potential to have a transformative effect on the home network.

Vendors are hard at work on a solution for fixed wireless access as part of their toolbox of broadband products, and the industry is increasingly looking at the effect that it will have on the home network. This report will examine the anticipated timeline for 5G technology, as well as how fixed wireless access can work in the 5G era, and how it can truly have an impact on the broadband market.

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Today’s unremitting internet traffic and high-performance applications require data centers to be built in closer proximity to ensure enormous interconnected bandwidth capacity and low latency. For interconnecting data centers, 400ZR and ZR+ coherent optical technologies promise to increase interconnected bandwidth capacity while reducing operating costs, footprint and carbon footprint. Watch this webinar to understand the full range of use cases for these technologies as well as their value proposition.

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Today’s unremitting internet traffic and high-performance applications require data centers to be built in closer proximity to ensure enormous interconnected bandwidth capacity and low latency. For interconnecting data centers, 400ZR and ZR+ coherent optical technologies promise to increase interconnected bandwidth capacity while reducing operating costs, footprint and carbon footprint. Watch this webinar to understand the full range of use cases for these technologies as well as their value proposition.

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Today’s unremitting internet traffic and high-performance applications require data centers to be built in closer proximity to ensure enormous interconnected bandwidth capacity and low latency. For interconnecting data centers, 400ZR and ZR+ coherent optical technologies promise to increase interconnected bandwidth capacity while reducing operating costs, footprint and carbon footprint. Watch this webinar to understand the full range of use cases for these technologies as well as their value proposition.

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Wi-Fi has revolutionized the way we communicate and access information, freeing us from the limitations of wires and enabling us to connect to the network from almost anywhere. After 20 years in the market, Wi-Fi connectivity has become embedded in an ever-growing array of devices, from ubiquitous laptops and smartphones, to TVs and gaming consoles, and objects like light bulbs and appliances. Organizations of all types are incorporating these new types of devices into their business processes and are redesigning their workflows around mobility. 

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Wi-Fi has revolutionized the way we communicate and access information, freeing us from the limitations of wires and enabling us to connect to the network from almost anywhere. After 20 years in the market, Wi-Fi connectivity has become embedded in an ever-growing array of devices, from ubiquitous laptops and smartphones, to TVs and gaming consoles, and objects like light bulbs and appliances. Organizations of all types are incorporating these new types of devices into their business processes and are redesigning their workflows around mobility. 

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Wi-Fi has revolutionized the way we communicate and access information, freeing us from the limitations of wires and enabling us to connect to the network from almost anywhere. After 20 years in the market, Wi-Fi connectivity has become embedded in an ever-growing array of devices, from ubiquitous laptops and smartphones, to TVs and gaming consoles, and objects like light bulbs and appliances. Organizations of all types are incorporating these new types of devices into their business processes and are redesigning their workflows around mobility. 

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This companion report is not intended to probe the intricacies of national copyright law, legal precedent and uncertainty, or cloud DVR technology in all its sophisticated glory. It is intended to explain why a cloud DVR opportunity exists, and where it comes from. 

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This companion report is not intended to probe the intricacies of national copyright law, legal precedent and uncertainty, or cloud DVR technology in all its sophisticated glory. It is intended to explain why a cloud DVR opportunity exists, and where it comes from. 

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This companion report is not intended to probe the intricacies of national copyright law, legal precedent and uncertainty, or cloud DVR technology in all its sophisticated glory. It is intended to explain why a cloud DVR opportunity exists, and where it comes from. 

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Businesses today feel the pressure to migrate to SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) trunking, which sends voice and other unified communications over IP rather than through traditional TDM connections. With the benefits that SIP trunking generates for the business, however, come concerns over the platform’s performance capabilities. This webinar demystifies SIP trunking migration so that enterprise technology buyers and ICT professionals can better plan their network replacement strategy and know what to look for when evaluating SIP trunking providers.

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Businesses today feel the pressure to migrate to SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) trunking, which sends voice and other unified communications over IP rather than through traditional TDM connections. With the benefits that SIP trunking generates for the business, however, come concerns over the platform’s performance capabilities. This webinar demystifies SIP trunking migration so that enterprise technology buyers and ICT professionals can better plan their network replacement strategy and know what to look for when evaluating SIP trunking providers.

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Businesses today feel the pressure to migrate to SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) trunking, which sends voice and other unified communications over IP rather than through traditional TDM connections. With the benefits that SIP trunking generates for the business, however, come concerns over the platform’s performance capabilities. This webinar demystifies SIP trunking migration so that enterprise technology buyers and ICT professionals can better plan their network replacement strategy and know what to look for when evaluating SIP trunking providers.

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The intricacies of industrial IoT explained.

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The intricacies of industrial IoT explained.

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The intricacies of industrial IoT explained.

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The intricacies of industrial IoT explained.

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The intricacies of industrial IoT explained.

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The intricacies of industrial IoT explained.

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The intricacies of industrial IoT explained.

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Medical imaging workflows are changing, find out how.

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Medical imaging workflows are changing, find out how.

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Medical imaging workflows are changing, find out how.

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Streaming and cinema, the surprising synergies.

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Streaming and cinema, the surprising synergies.

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Who’s watching what, where?

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Who’s watching what, where?

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The complete picture of the global channel and programming content industry.

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Confronting the complexities of the video surveillance marketplace.

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Confronting the complexities of the video surveillance marketplace.

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Confronting the complexities of the video surveillance marketplace.

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Confronting the complexities of the video surveillance marketplace.

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Everything about streaming and beyond.

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Everything about streaming and beyond.

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Get in-depth insight into the global physical and digital video market.

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Get in-depth insight into the global physical and digital video market.

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Get in-depth insight into the global physical and digital video market.

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AI and video surveillance, what you need to know.

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AI and video surveillance, what you need to know.

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Global demand for healthcare services continues to grow, outpacing supply. Aging populations, the burden of disease, staffing shortages and industry consolidations all contribute to the challenge. While technological advancements are revolutionizing healthcare and easing some of the burden, industry players – from equipment manufacturers, component suppliers to chemical companies – are left asking “what does it all mean for my business, and how do I adapt my strategies?”

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Global demand for healthcare services continues to grow, outpacing supply. Aging populations, the burden of disease, staffing shortages and industry consolidations all contribute to the challenge. While technological advancements are revolutionizing healthcare and easing some of the burden, industry players – from equipment manufacturers, component suppliers to chemical companies – are left asking “what does it all mean for my business, and how do I adapt my strategies?”

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This webinar explores the challenges and opportunities in deploying artificial intelligence (AI) technologies across key industries, including manufacturing, security, automotive and healthcare. We examine the disruption AI will cause, as well as its impact on the larger marketplace and society. We’ll also discuss video surveillance as a key use case for AI and delve into how AI is driving the need for increased processing power at the edge.

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This webinar explores the challenges and opportunities in deploying artificial intelligence (AI) technologies across key industries, including manufacturing, security, automotive and healthcare. We examine the disruption AI will cause, as well as its impact on the larger marketplace and society. We’ll also discuss video surveillance as a key use case for AI and delve into how AI is driving the need for increased processing power at the edge.

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While telecoms have already begun to embrace digitization, they must adapt even faster in the 5G era or risk losing market share. This webinar helps service providers, vendors and other industry stakeholders understand the role that 5G plays in enabling a more efficient and secure path to digitization through analytics and automation. Viewers will learn how operators plan to improve their processes, networks and customer services, as well as the leading market solutions available to them.

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While telecoms have already begun to embrace digitization, they must adapt even faster in the 5G era or risk losing market share. This webinar helps service providers, vendors and other industry stakeholders understand the role that 5G plays in enabling a more efficient and secure path to digitization through analytics and automation. Viewers will learn how operators plan to improve their processes, networks and customer services, as well as the leading market solutions available to them.

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While telecoms have already begun to embrace digitization, they must adapt even faster in the 5G era or risk losing market share. This webinar helps service providers, vendors and other industry stakeholders understand the role that 5G plays in enabling a more efficient and secure path to digitization through analytics and automation. Viewers will learn how operators plan to improve their processes, networks and customer services, as well as the leading market solutions available to them.

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This report will explore the opportunity, technologies and challenges ahead for the metro optical market, highlighting excerpts from the recent IHS Markit reports – the 29 August2019 “2Q19 Optical Network Equipment Market Tracker” and the 31 January 2019 “Optical Network Strategies: Global Service Provider Survey”. 

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This report will explore the opportunity, technologies and challenges ahead for the metro optical market, highlighting excerpts from the recent IHS Markit reports – the 29 August2019 “2Q19 Optical Network Equipment Market Tracker” and the 31 January 2019 “Optical Network Strategies: Global Service Provider Survey”. 

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This report will explore the opportunity, technologies and challenges ahead for the metro optical market, highlighting excerpts from the recent IHS Markit reports – the 29 August2019 “2Q19 Optical Network Equipment Market Tracker” and the 31 January 2019 “Optical Network Strategies: Global Service Provider Survey”. 

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For companies that install Industrial IoT (IIoT) solutions, effective implementation leads to a virtuous circle of increased efficiency, improved product quality, shorter manufacturing cycles and lower operating costs. But did you know, nearly half of all deployed IIoT projects do not deliver their expected value to implementers?

This webcast explores the challenges and opportunities in deploying IoT solutions within the industrial sector across the entire lifecycle of production. We examine the business needs driving these projects and the paybacks achieved to date.

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For companies that install Industrial IoT (IIoT) solutions, effective implementation leads to a virtuous circle of increased efficiency, improved product quality, shorter manufacturing cycles and lower operating costs. But did you know, nearly half of all deployed IIoT projects do not deliver their expected value to implementers?

This webcast explores the challenges and opportunities in deploying IoT solutions within the industrial sector across the entire lifecycle of production. We examine the business needs driving these projects and the paybacks achieved to date.

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5G services will place new demands on the underlying IP transport infrastructure. Higher-capacity, flexible and more efficient IP networks for mobile xHaul applications are required. Join this webinar to learn more about the role that cloud-native virtualized routing solutions can play in meeting 5G transport requirements.

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5G services will place new demands on the underlying IP transport infrastructure. Higher-capacity, flexible and more efficient IP networks for mobile xHaul applications are required. Join this webinar to learn more about the role that cloud-native virtualized routing solutions can play in meeting 5G transport requirements.

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5G services will place new demands on the underlying IP transport infrastructure. Higher-capacity, flexible and more efficient IP networks for mobile xHaul applications are required. Join this webinar to learn more about the role that cloud-native virtualized routing solutions can play in meeting 5G transport requirements.

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With escalating bandwidth requirements inside and between data centers, operators are looking closely at ways to solve the data center interconnect optics challenge: high-capacity, low-cost, energy-efficient optics that can be quickly and easily tested and deployed within an operating environment without vendor lock in. This need was anticipated several years ago and the industry in conjunction with OIF, developed the 400ZR standard to meet the challenge for data center interconnect applications. 400ZR is focused on 400G Ethernet P2P links that are < 120 km, over an open and unamplified line system with <15W of power to enable SFF pluggable form factors. On a parallel track, the open ROADM consortium recognized a similar need for telecom optics in metro and regional ROADM networks. They developed a 400G multi-rate transponder specification to develop a supply chain for open, interoperable and pluggable ports for these applications.

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With escalating bandwidth requirements inside and between data centers, operators are looking closely at ways to solve the data center interconnect optics challenge: high-capacity, low-cost, energy-efficient optics that can be quickly and easily tested and deployed within an operating environment without vendor lock in. This need was anticipated several years ago and the industry in conjunction with OIF, developed the 400ZR standard to meet the challenge for data center interconnect applications. 400ZR is focused on 400G Ethernet P2P links that are < 120 km, over an open and unamplified line system with <15W of power to enable SFF pluggable form factors. On a parallel track, the open ROADM consortium recognized a similar need for telecom optics in metro and regional ROADM networks. They developed a 400G multi-rate transponder specification to develop a supply chain for open, interoperable and pluggable ports for these applications.

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With escalating bandwidth requirements inside and between data centers, operators are looking closely at ways to solve the data center interconnect optics challenge: high-capacity, low-cost, energy-efficient optics that can be quickly and easily tested and deployed within an operating environment without vendor lock in. This need was anticipated several years ago and the industry in conjunction with OIF, developed the 400ZR standard to meet the challenge for data center interconnect applications. 400ZR is focused on 400G Ethernet P2P links that are < 120 km, over an open and unamplified line system with <15W of power to enable SFF pluggable form factors. On a parallel track, the open ROADM consortium recognized a similar need for telecom optics in metro and regional ROADM networks. They developed a 400G multi-rate transponder specification to develop a supply chain for open, interoperable and pluggable ports for these applications.

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Routing continues to be a fundamental element of carrier network infrastructure, and we don’t anticipate this will change any time soon. The market however is in a period of transition as new ways of implementing routing are explored in the quest to improve network efficiency and flexibility while driving down cost.

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Routing continues to be a fundamental element of carrier network infrastructure, and we don’t anticipate this will change any time soon. The market however is in a period of transition as new ways of implementing routing are explored in the quest to improve network efficiency and flexibility while driving down cost.

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Routing continues to be a fundamental element of carrier network infrastructure, and we don’t anticipate this will change any time soon. The market however is in a period of transition as new ways of implementing routing are explored in the quest to improve network efficiency and flexibility while driving down cost.

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Enterprises have been undertaking digital transformation for years, and only recently has the telecom industry started to specifically focus on digital transformation to improve customer experience and increase network agility. With more than 50 commercial 5G networks worldwide at the end of October 2019, both the need and the opportunity to transform telecom networks have never been greater. In the end, by bridging many disparate networks together from core all the way to various access points, 5G will become the Network of all networks.

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Enterprises have been undertaking digital transformation for years, and only recently has the telecom industry started to specifically focus on digital transformation to improve customer experience and increase network agility. With more than 50 commercial 5G networks worldwide at the end of October 2019, both the need and the opportunity to transform telecom networks have never been greater. In the end, by bridging many disparate networks together from core all the way to various access points, 5G will become the Network of all networks.

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Enterprises have been undertaking digital transformation for years, and only recently has the telecom industry started to specifically focus on digital transformation to improve customer experience and increase network agility. With more than 50 commercial 5G networks worldwide at the end of October 2019, both the need and the opportunity to transform telecom networks have never been greater. In the end, by bridging many disparate networks together from core all the way to various access points, 5G will become the Network of all networks.

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Live streaming is no stranger to fiasco and debacle. The world over, there exists no fan of football, wrestling, or Game of Thrones who hasn’t encountered the exasperating wheel of doom: The video is buffering, and the action—maddeningly—grinds unceremoniously to a halt. Indeed, as an audience, we’ve resigned ourselves to the inexorability of service interruption, and on occasion, to transmission failure outright.

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Live streaming is no stranger to fiasco and debacle. The world over, there exists no fan of football, wrestling, or Game of Thrones who hasn’t encountered the exasperating wheel of doom: The video is buffering, and the action—maddeningly—grinds unceremoniously to a halt. Indeed, as an audience, we’ve resigned ourselves to the inexorability of service interruption, and on occasion, to transmission failure outright.

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On the heels of a recent webinar that IHS Markit co-produced with Verizon Media, we decided to explore in more detail the webinar’s principal themes and discuss some of the underappreciated challenges of streaming live, premium video over the open internet. This post—the second in a two-part series—resumes where our prior analysis concluded.

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On the heels of a recent webinar that IHS Markit co-produced with Verizon Media, we decided to explore in more detail the webinar’s principal themes and discuss some of the underappreciated challenges of streaming live, premium video over the open internet. This post—the second in a two-part series—resumes where our prior analysis concluded.

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The semiconductor industry is facing its steepest decline since 2001, when revenue fell by 28%. But as the industry enters 2020, anticipation for the next revenue cycle has begun. Semiconductor companies are focused on 5G technology, not only for use in smartphones but as an enabler for AI, IIoT and across multiple market segments.

Drawing on IHS Markit’s comprehensive coverage of the electronics industry, this webcast will explore the evolving landscape. Host, Len Jelinek, senior director for semiconductors research, will provide his perspective on the current and future state of the industry.

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The semiconductor industry is facing its steepest decline since 2001, when revenue fell by 28%. But as the industry enters 2020, anticipation for the next revenue cycle has begun. Semiconductor companies are focused on 5G technology, not only for use in smartphones but as an enabler for AI, IIoT and across multiple market segments.

Drawing on IHS Markit’s comprehensive coverage of the electronics industry, this webcast will explore the evolving landscape. Host, Len Jelinek, senior director for semiconductors research, will provide his perspective on the current and future state of the industry.

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The latest generation of coherent interfaces with single wavelength data rates up to 600Gb/s is now entering widespread deployment and setting new performance benchmarks. Using real-world use cases, this webinar will explore two key areas of application-specific performance optimization. The first involves advanced technologies, including the industry's first use of Probabilistic Constellation Shaping (PCS) to optimize capacity per wavelength, fiber capacity and optical reach. The second involves the parallel development of coherent optics and power-optimized digital signal processors (DSPs) for small form-factor transponders – ideal for metro and regional applications. With this new bifurcation in coherent optics technology, future coherent developments will no longer be judged by "one-size-fits-all" metrics, such as headline capacity per wavelength. Instead, the focus will turn to application optimization based on high performance, low power, optimal form factor and total ownership cost.

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The latest generation of coherent interfaces with single wavelength data rates up to 600Gb/s is now entering widespread deployment and setting new performance benchmarks. Using real-world use cases, this webinar will explore two key areas of application-specific performance optimization. The first involves advanced technologies, including the industry's first use of Probabilistic Constellation Shaping (PCS) to optimize capacity per wavelength, fiber capacity and optical reach. The second involves the parallel development of coherent optics and power-optimized digital signal processors (DSPs) for small form-factor transponders – ideal for metro and regional applications. With this new bifurcation in coherent optics technology, future coherent developments will no longer be judged by "one-size-fits-all" metrics, such as headline capacity per wavelength. Instead, the focus will turn to application optimization based on high performance, low power, optimal form factor and total ownership cost.

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The latest generation of coherent interfaces with single wavelength data rates up to 600Gb/s is now entering widespread deployment and setting new performance benchmarks. Using real-world use cases, this webinar will explore two key areas of application-specific performance optimization. The first involves advanced technologies, including the industry's first use of Probabilistic Constellation Shaping (PCS) to optimize capacity per wavelength, fiber capacity and optical reach. The second involves the parallel development of coherent optics and power-optimized digital signal processors (DSPs) for small form-factor transponders – ideal for metro and regional applications. With this new bifurcation in coherent optics technology, future coherent developments will no longer be judged by "one-size-fits-all" metrics, such as headline capacity per wavelength. Instead, the focus will turn to application optimization based on high performance, low power, optimal form factor and total ownership cost.

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“Smart spaces” are an expansion of the smart cities concept: the term addresses the benefits that any public or private organization realizes as it uses information and communication technologies to operate its physical spaces more efficiently and safely, support revenue generation, and improve services and experiences for citizens and customers.

This webinar will offer insights from leading smart space technology subject matter experts on the benefits of smart spaces and practical advice for developing successful implementation strategies.

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“Smart spaces” are an expansion of the smart cities concept: the term addresses the benefits that any public or private organization realizes as it uses information and communication technologies to operate its physical spaces more efficiently and safely, support revenue generation, and improve services and experiences for citizens and customers.

This webinar will offer insights from leading smart space technology subject matter experts on the benefits of smart spaces and practical advice for developing successful implementation strategies.

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As enterprises increasingly use SaaS-based applications – often from multiple cloud service providers – their IT teams correspondingly face more complex networks and increased security risks. SD-WAN as-a-Service has surfaced as a solution to these challenges. Join this webinar to hear about successful SD-WAN as-a-Service deployments that have resulted in a managed or co-managed SD-WAN infrastructure with increased security, efficiency and flexibility.

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As enterprises increasingly use SaaS-based applications – often from multiple cloud service providers – their IT teams correspondingly face more complex networks and increased security risks. SD-WAN as-a-Service has surfaced as a solution to these challenges. Join this webinar to hear about successful SD-WAN as-a-Service deployments that have resulted in a managed or co-managed SD-WAN infrastructure with increased security, efficiency and flexibility.

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As enterprises increasingly use SaaS-based applications – often from multiple cloud service providers – their IT teams correspondingly face more complex networks and increased security risks. SD-WAN as-a-Service has surfaced as a solution to these challenges. Join this webinar to hear about successful SD-WAN as-a-Service deployments that have resulted in a managed or co-managed SD-WAN infrastructure with increased security, efficiency and flexibility.

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Is your business agile enough to adapt to the rapidly changing information and communications technology (ICT) environment?

Join us as we reveal the biggest, most forward-looking trends that are expected to disrupt the ICT industry in 2020. Examining topics from artificial intelligence (AI), 5G, devices, and connectivity to the Internet of Things (IoT) and networks, this webinar provides a holistic overview of all the latest developments and opportunities.

With Mobile World Congress (MWC) taking place 24-27 February 2020, join this webinar to ensure you are up to speed on the global trends and hot topics expected to shape the coming year.

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Is your business agile enough to adapt to the rapidly changing information and communications technology (ICT) environment?

Join us as we reveal the biggest, most forward-looking trends that are expected to disrupt the ICT industry in 2020. Examining topics from artificial intelligence (AI), 5G, devices, and connectivity to the Internet of Things (IoT) and networks, this webinar provides a holistic overview of all the latest developments and opportunities.

With Mobile World Congress (MWC) taking place 24-27 February 2020, join this webinar to ensure you are up to speed on the global trends and hot topics expected to shape the coming year.

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Beyond significant increases in performance, openness and automation will allow 5G to enable an entirely new generation of connectivity services. Network automation software can be used to create multiple, unique virtual network slices over common physical infrastructure and generate new revenue streams. This webinar includes a comprehensive review of network slicing and what’s required to make it a functional and commercial success, from the automation software layer to the underlying programmable packet-optical infrastructure layer.

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Beyond significant increases in performance, openness and automation will allow 5G to enable an entirely new generation of connectivity services. Network automation software can be used to create multiple, unique virtual network slices over common physical infrastructure and generate new revenue streams. This webinar includes a comprehensive review of network slicing and what’s required to make it a functional and commercial success, from the automation software layer to the underlying programmable packet-optical infrastructure layer.

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While coherent optical transport has hugely succeeded in reducing cost per transported bit, its performance is nearing the Shannon limit, with only incremental improvements gained from spectral efficiency. Attend this webinar to discover the solution to overcoming the Shannon limit: The use of multi-haul coherent modems with next-gen ROADM architectures. Together, these technologies can improve network utilization and accommodate future bandwidth growth while continuing to drive down cost per transported bit.

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While coherent optical transport has hugely succeeded in reducing cost per transported bit, its performance is nearing the Shannon limit, with only incremental improvements gained from spectral efficiency. Attend this webinar to discover the solution to overcoming the Shannon limit: The use of multi-haul coherent modems with next-gen ROADM architectures. Together, these technologies can improve network utilization and accommodate future bandwidth growth while continuing to drive down cost per transported bit.

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While coherent optical transport has hugely succeeded in reducing cost per transported bit, its performance is nearing the Shannon limit, with only incremental improvements gained from spectral efficiency. Attend this webinar to discover the solution to overcoming the Shannon limit: The use of multi-haul coherent modems with next-gen ROADM architectures. Together, these technologies can improve network utilization and accommodate future bandwidth growth while continuing to drive down cost per transported bit.

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This webinar explores the drivers behind the rapid adoption of video analytics and the breadth of use cases for public safety and business intelligence. We examine the growing demand for flexible video analytic deployment architectures that are disrupting the market. The need for ubiquitous accessibility and distribution of processing requirements is driving AI to edge, cloud and hybrid models, beyond the traditional confines of a centralized deployment.

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This webinar explores the drivers behind the rapid adoption of video analytics and the breadth of use cases for public safety and business intelligence. We examine the growing demand for flexible video analytic deployment architectures that are disrupting the market. The need for ubiquitous accessibility and distribution of processing requirements is driving AI to edge, cloud and hybrid models, beyond the traditional confines of a centralized deployment.

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This webinar explores the drivers behind the rapid adoption of video analytics and the breadth of use cases for public safety and business intelligence. We examine the growing demand for flexible video analytic deployment architectures that are disrupting the market. The need for ubiquitous accessibility and distribution of processing requirements is driving AI to edge, cloud and hybrid models, beyond the traditional confines of a centralized deployment.

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This webinar explores the drivers behind the rapid adoption of video analytics and the breadth of use cases for public safety and business intelligence. We examine the growing demand for flexible video analytic deployment architectures that are disrupting the market. The need for ubiquitous accessibility and distribution of processing requirements is driving AI to edge, cloud and hybrid models, beyond the traditional confines of a centralized deployment.

Mar 10, 2020 11:00 AM EDT

Today, consumers in more than 20 countries can access 5G speeds on their smartphones. Over the next few years, standardization will pave the way for huge throughput, latency and availability enhancements that promise to unleash the benefits of 5G to many new industries and applications. For organizations to reap these benefits, the 5G ecosystem must mitigate component-level risks around scaling mmWave deployment, thermal management, optimizing device footprint, and extending battery life. During this webinar, we will discuss 5G’s future evolution, growth opportunities and challenges in 5G enhanced mobile broadband, 5G’s role in enabling massive IoT and mission-critical communications (MCS), and show how component-level risks can be managed to achieve commercial success.

Mar 10, 2020 11:00 AM EDT

Today, consumers in more than 20 countries can access 5G speeds on their smartphones. Over the next few years, standardization will pave the way for huge throughput, latency and availability enhancements that promise to unleash the benefits of 5G to many new industries and applications. For organizations to reap these benefits, the 5G ecosystem must mitigate component-level risks around scaling mmWave deployment, thermal management, optimizing device footprint, and extending battery life. During this webinar, we will discuss 5G’s future evolution, growth opportunities and challenges in 5G enhanced mobile broadband, 5G’s role in enabling massive IoT and mission-critical communications (MCS), and show how component-level risks can be managed to achieve commercial success.

Mar 10, 2020 11:00 AM EDT

Today, consumers in more than 20 countries can access 5G speeds on their smartphones. Over the next few years, standardization will pave the way for huge throughput, latency and availability enhancements that promise to unleash the benefits of 5G to many new industries and applications. For organizations to reap these benefits, the 5G ecosystem must mitigate component-level risks around scaling mmWave deployment, thermal management, optimizing device footprint, and extending battery life. During this webinar, we will discuss 5G’s future evolution, growth opportunities and challenges in 5G enhanced mobile broadband, 5G’s role in enabling massive IoT and mission-critical communications (MCS), and show how component-level risks can be managed to achieve commercial success.

Mar 10, 2020 11:00 AM EDT

Today, consumers in more than 20 countries can access 5G speeds on their smartphones. Over the next few years, standardization will pave the way for huge throughput, latency and availability enhancements that promise to unleash the benefits of 5G to many new industries and applications. For organizations to reap these benefits, the 5G ecosystem must mitigate component-level risks around scaling mmWave deployment, thermal management, optimizing device footprint, and extending battery life. During this webinar, we will discuss 5G’s future evolution, growth opportunities and challenges in 5G enhanced mobile broadband, 5G’s role in enabling massive IoT and mission-critical communications (MCS), and show how component-level risks can be managed to achieve commercial success.

Mar 04, 2020 11:00 AM EST

In the face of ubiquitous video, cloud, digital transformation, 4G and 5G, optical networks are stretched to their limits. 800G, and even higher data rate technologies, have the potential to solve the issue. Join this webinar to learn through real examples how 800G can cut network costs, support bandwidth demand, and optimize transmission capacity.

Mar 04, 2020 11:00 AM EST

In the face of ubiquitous video, cloud, digital transformation, 4G and 5G, optical networks are stretched to their limits. 800G, and even higher data rate technologies, have the potential to solve the issue. Join this webinar to learn through real examples how 800G can cut network costs, support bandwidth demand, and optimize transmission capacity.

Mar 04, 2020 11:00 AM EST

In the face of ubiquitous video, cloud, digital transformation, 4G and 5G, optical networks are stretched to their limits. 800G, and even higher data rate technologies, have the potential to solve the issue. Join this webinar to learn through real examples how 800G can cut network costs, support bandwidth demand, and optimize transmission capacity.

Mar 04, 2020 11:00 AM EST

In the face of ubiquitous video, cloud, digital transformation, 4G and 5G, optical networks are stretched to their limits. 800G, and even higher data rate technologies, have the potential to solve the issue. Join this webinar to learn through real examples how 800G can cut network costs, support bandwidth demand, and optimize transmission capacity.

Apr 07, 2020 11:00 AM EDT

Automation is essential to enable very large-scale and agile networks that can be dynamically reconfigured to meet the ever-changing workload demands stemming from the IoT, autonomous vehicles, and enhanced edge applications providing immersive experiences. Unfortunately, today’s networks often rely on manual programming, which is based on primitive instructions that shed little light on the design, the network architect’s intent in choosing a particular design, and key knowledge needed for network automation. In contrast, the new model of intent-driven networking requires the network architect to describe what is needed, with network management software translating those requirements into a design. As changes are needed, orchestration platforms, possibly using AI & ML technology, can automatically use the originally declared requirements to derive a new design or to validate changes to an existing design. Join this webinar to learn about the techniques and architectures behind intent-driven networks as well as use cases for their deployment.

Apr 07, 2020 11:00 AM EDT

Automation is essential to enable very large-scale and agile networks that can be dynamically reconfigured to meet the ever-changing workload demands stemming from the IoT, autonomous vehicles, and enhanced edge applications providing immersive experiences. Unfortunately, today’s networks often rely on manual programming, which is based on primitive instructions that shed little light on the design, the network architect’s intent in choosing a particular design, and key knowledge needed for network automation. In contrast, the new model of intent-driven networking requires the network architect to describe what is needed, with network management software translating those requirements into a design. As changes are needed, orchestration platforms, possibly using AI & ML technology, can automatically use the originally declared requirements to derive a new design or to validate changes to an existing design. Join this webinar to learn about the techniques and architectures behind intent-driven networks as well as use cases for their deployment.

Apr 07, 2020 11:00 AM EDT

Automation is essential to enable very large-scale and agile networks that can be dynamically reconfigured to meet the ever-changing workload demands stemming from the IoT, autonomous vehicles, and enhanced edge applications providing immersive experiences. Unfortunately, today’s networks often rely on manual programming, which is based on primitive instructions that shed little light on the design, the network architect’s intent in choosing a particular design, and key knowledge needed for network automation. In contrast, the new model of intent-driven networking requires the network architect to describe what is needed, with network management software translating those requirements into a design. As changes are needed, orchestration platforms, possibly using AI & ML technology, can automatically use the originally declared requirements to derive a new design or to validate changes to an existing design. Join this webinar to learn about the techniques and architectures behind intent-driven networks as well as use cases for their deployment.

Apr 07, 2020 11:00 AM EDT

Automation is essential to enable very large-scale and agile networks that can be dynamically reconfigured to meet the ever-changing workload demands stemming from the IoT, autonomous vehicles, and enhanced edge applications providing immersive experiences. Unfortunately, today’s networks often rely on manual programming, which is based on primitive instructions that shed little light on the design, the network architect’s intent in choosing a particular design, and key knowledge needed for network automation. In contrast, the new model of intent-driven networking requires the network architect to describe what is needed, with network management software translating those requirements into a design. As changes are needed, orchestration platforms, possibly using AI & ML technology, can automatically use the originally declared requirements to derive a new design or to validate changes to an existing design. Join this webinar to learn about the techniques and architectures behind intent-driven networks as well as use cases for their deployment.

Mar 19, 2020 11:00 AM EDT

5G’s wide use of TDD spectrum – along with new LTE-A and 5G features dependent on tight time and phase synchronization – drives a need for service providers to rethink sync solutions. Robust timing is more than just putting GNSS/GPS everywhere. What are the key T&S challenges that 5G presents, and what new timing protocols are required? What standards and solutions are evolving for 5G transport? How can operators implement these requirements within new RAN architectures?

Time and phase synchronization is the new table stakes. Join this webinar to learn how service providers can develop a T&S roadmap strategy for the 5G era.

Mar 19, 2020 11:00 AM EDT

5G’s wide use of TDD spectrum – along with new LTE-A and 5G features dependent on tight time and phase synchronization – drives a need for service providers to rethink sync solutions. Robust timing is more than just putting GNSS/GPS everywhere. What are the key T&S challenges that 5G presents, and what new timing protocols are required? What standards and solutions are evolving for 5G transport? How can operators implement these requirements within new RAN architectures?

Time and phase synchronization is the new table stakes. Join this webinar to learn how service providers can develop a T&S roadmap strategy for the 5G era.

Mar 19, 2020 11:00 AM EDT

5G’s wide use of TDD spectrum – along with new LTE-A and 5G features dependent on tight time and phase synchronization – drives a need for service providers to rethink sync solutions. Robust timing is more than just putting GNSS/GPS everywhere. What are the key T&S challenges that 5G presents, and what new timing protocols are required? What standards and solutions are evolving for 5G transport? How can operators implement these requirements within new RAN architectures?

Time and phase synchronization is the new table stakes. Join this webinar to learn how service providers can develop a T&S roadmap strategy for the 5G era.

Mar 25, 2020 11:00 AM EDT

5G network rollouts are underway, but a unified 5G edge and core won’t be here for years. The transition to 5G brings a host of new security challenges for service providers – particularly mitigating risk that stems from massively increased bandwidth and highly distributed architectures. Join this webinar to find out what precautions will be needed to ensure the security of 5G mobile networks.

Mar 25, 2020 11:00 AM EDT

5G network rollouts are underway, but a unified 5G edge and core won’t be here for years. The transition to 5G brings a host of new security challenges for service providers – particularly mitigating risk that stems from massively increased bandwidth and highly distributed architectures. Join this webinar to find out what precautions will be needed to ensure the security of 5G mobile networks.

Mar 25, 2020 11:00 AM EDT

5G network rollouts are underway, but a unified 5G edge and core won’t be here for years. The transition to 5G brings a host of new security challenges for service providers – particularly mitigating risk that stems from massively increased bandwidth and highly distributed architectures. Join this webinar to find out what precautions will be needed to ensure the security of 5G mobile networks.

Mar 25, 2020 11:00 AM EDT

5G network rollouts are underway, but a unified 5G edge and core won’t be here for years. The transition to 5G brings a host of new security challenges for service providers – particularly mitigating risk that stems from massively increased bandwidth and highly distributed architectures. Join this webinar to find out what precautions will be needed to ensure the security of 5G mobile networks.

Mar 26, 2020 11:00 AM EDT

The introduction of 5G and the expansion of enterprise multi-cloud services bring a new set of challenges to network operators. Top of mind is how to manage increasing network scale, complexity and cost while also delivering and guaranteeing more stringent connectivity. Segment routing has emerged as a key toolset to help network operators manage these challenges. Join this webinar to catch up on the latest advances in segment routing, including updates on SR-MPLS, SRv6 and SRM6. Learn which approach is best suited for delivering 5G and cloud applications across differing network environments.

Mar 26, 2020 11:00 AM EDT

The introduction of 5G and the expansion of enterprise multi-cloud services bring a new set of challenges to network operators. Top of mind is how to manage increasing network scale, complexity and cost while also delivering and guaranteeing more stringent connectivity. Segment routing has emerged as a key toolset to help network operators manage these challenges. Join this webinar to catch up on the latest advances in segment routing, including updates on SR-MPLS, SRv6 and SRM6. Learn which approach is best suited for delivering 5G and cloud applications across differing network environments.

Mar 26, 2020 11:00 AM EDT

The introduction of 5G and the expansion of enterprise multi-cloud services bring a new set of challenges to network operators. Top of mind is how to manage increasing network scale, complexity and cost while also delivering and guaranteeing more stringent connectivity. Segment routing has emerged as a key toolset to help network operators manage these challenges. Join this webinar to catch up on the latest advances in segment routing, including updates on SR-MPLS, SRv6 and SRM6. Learn which approach is best suited for delivering 5G and cloud applications across differing network environments.

Mar 26, 2020 11:00 AM EDT

The introduction of 5G and the expansion of enterprise multi-cloud services bring a new set of challenges to network operators. Top of mind is how to manage increasing network scale, complexity and cost while also delivering and guaranteeing more stringent connectivity. Segment routing has emerged as a key toolset to help network operators manage these challenges. Join this webinar to catch up on the latest advances in segment routing, including updates on SR-MPLS, SRv6 and SRM6. Learn which approach is best suited for delivering 5G and cloud applications across differing network environments.

Mar 31, 2020 11:00 AM EDT

The release of Wi-Fi 6 certification and the introduction of 6 GHz (Wi-Fi 6E) are bringing forth significant changes and remarkable improvements across the wireless landscape. Join this webinar as we gather wireless experts in an interactive discussion on the new opportunities enabled by Wi-Fi 6 and 6 GHz, the role of Wi-Fi 6 within the 5G paradigm, and the timeline for market adoption across different applications and use cases.

Mar 31, 2020 11:00 AM EDT

The release of Wi-Fi 6 certification and the introduction of 6 GHz (Wi-Fi 6E) are bringing forth significant changes and remarkable improvements across the wireless landscape. Join this webinar as we gather wireless experts in an interactive discussion on the new opportunities enabled by Wi-Fi 6 and 6 GHz, the role of Wi-Fi 6 within the 5G paradigm, and the timeline for market adoption across different applications and use cases.

Mar 31, 2020 11:00 AM EDT

The release of Wi-Fi 6 certification and the introduction of 6 GHz (Wi-Fi 6E) are bringing forth significant changes and remarkable improvements across the wireless landscape. Join this webinar as we gather wireless experts in an interactive discussion on the new opportunities enabled by Wi-Fi 6 and 6 GHz, the role of Wi-Fi 6 within the 5G paradigm, and the timeline for market adoption across different applications and use cases.

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Omdia estimates that in 2019, camera manufacturers shipped 141 million video surveillance cameras, of which 99 million were network cameras. Forecasts show that with continued double-digit growth in camera unit shipments over the next few years, there will be over one billion cameras installed globally by the end of 2022. Combined with the advances in the resolution of cameras, and increasing legal requirements to retain data, there is an increasing amount of video data produced. 

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Omdia estimates that in 2019, camera manufacturers shipped 141 million video surveillance cameras, of which 99 million were network cameras. Forecasts show that with continued double-digit growth in camera unit shipments over the next few years, there will be over one billion cameras installed globally by the end of 2022. Combined with the advances in the resolution of cameras, and increasing legal requirements to retain data, there is an increasing amount of video data produced. 

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Omdia estimates that in 2019, camera manufacturers shipped 141 million video surveillance cameras, of which 99 million were network cameras. Forecasts show that with continued double-digit growth in camera unit shipments over the next few years, there will be over one billion cameras installed globally by the end of 2022. Combined with the advances in the resolution of cameras, and increasing legal requirements to retain data, there is an increasing amount of video data produced. 

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Omdia estimates that in 2019, camera manufacturers shipped 141 million video surveillance cameras, of which 99 million were network cameras. Forecasts show that with continued double-digit growth in camera unit shipments over the next few years, there will be over one billion cameras installed globally by the end of 2022. Combined with the advances in the resolution of cameras, and increasing legal requirements to retain data, there is an increasing amount of video data produced.