Key Factors and Best Practices to Deliver Digital Services to the Network Edge Mobility and the Internet of Things (IoT) are driving the need to build networks capable of connecting a broad range of devices with very different application requirements and connectivity characteristics. To ensure reliable connections and the best customer experience, telecom providers need to focus on the periphery of their networks, also known … Continue reading Key Factors and Best Practices to Deliver Digital Services to the Network Edge
Industry Expertise: Benefits of a Digital Twin To remain successful in the 4th Industrial Revolution, CSPs need to ensure they can constantly evolve based on customers’ requirements, new trends, and technological changes. Some of the requirements of these demands present sizable hurdles to overcome – greater broadband capacity, faster connections, the ability to accommodate exponentially more connected devices, and extending the boundaries of the service … Continue reading Digital Twins: The Next Big Thing in Hybrid Network Infrastructure Management
COVID-19 has heightened the need for digital transformation and is accelerating its mainstream adoption to support IoT, virtualization, campus networks and the rollout of 5G.Continue reading “2021 Industry Expertise: 5G, IoT and Virtualization to Drive Demand for More Bandwidth and Digital Twins”
In part two of our blog post series, we discussed the four key requirements of a resource management solution and how to manage implementation costs. In part three, we’ll share how to prevent vendor lock-in and how to remain competitive among digital transformation.
To keep pace with competitors, IoT and the rise of edge computing – network transformation is mission critical. However, as modern networks are highly complex, this transformation has the potential to be a time-consuming and costly process. From FTTA and C-RAN architecture upgrades, to laying fiber and connecting BBU pool resources to the core network, there are countless steps that must be taken to ensure data is properly transported over mobile networks to geographically dispersed users.
In today’s fast-paced and competitive market, communications service providers (CSPs) and their suppliers recognize the need for digital networks to support high speed communication, on-demand services and dynamic management.
Over the past several years, 451 Research has tracked FNT Software as a DCIM supplier. Recently, analyst Andy Lawrence and his team at 451 Research published a report on how FNT meets the growing demand for tools to manage intra- and inter-data center networks.
In the first half of this two-part interview, FNT Software’s CTO Horst Haag and CMO Eric Brabänder discussed the implications, challenges, and adjustments that enterprise organizations across all industries will have to address in order to keep pace with digital transformation.