What is Fog Computing and why?
Fog computing is also called as fogging which extends the cloud computing services to devices. It is a model where data processing can be done in the edges of networks instead of processing the entire data in cloud. Cloud computing has several advantages over few of its disadvantages like latency. Fog computing resolves this issue by reducing the amount of data going to be processed in the cloud or from the cloud. Use Cases of Fog Computing in IoT:Read More
IoT Solutions for Enterprises
There has always been pressure on enterprises to find new avenues to expand and increase values for shareholders and investors. One of the many ways for enterprises to increase shareholder values is to reduce the cost and increase the productivity. Companies have used various methods to achieve that and increased IT spending is one of them. Since the cost of sensors, devices, connectivity and the storage have reduced tremendously, there has been very high level of adoption of IoT solutions.Read More
Blockchain: An Ultimate Relief to Cybersecurity
During the trend of sophisticated hackers, losing vision of invention in this cyber industry is not a hot news any more. Although security issues are on the go, new technologies always ramp up to solve those issues. Through this article, I am going to write about the role of Blockchain applications and technologies in improving cyber security.Read More
Beacons in Retail – Things about Beacons Retailers Need to Know
In the recent years, online shopping has attained immense popularity mainly because people find it suitable to purchase from the comfort of their homes or offices. So when it comes to online shopping, it has always been a priority for the shoppers. Today, expectations of consumers have reached the sky. With greater awareness of e-commerce shopping facilities, consumers always look for the easiest way to buy the best product.Read More
Communication Networks: Compete or Cooperate?
Telco operator networks will mostly have a mix of equipment and software from multiple vendors. This was a deliberate choice to provide redundancy to avoid a single point of failure – we all understand the severity of communications network breakdowns, even a few hours of outage can create havoc and bad PR. The complex networking gear and software from multi-vendors throws up interoperability challenges for operators.Read More
The Path Forward: Creating a Value based Healthcare System
The healthcare industry is experiencing a tectonic shift in business, clinical, and operating models. Thus, change has become the new normal for healthcare industry. To deliver measurable, continuous value and enhance patient outcomes, the healthcare stakeholders viz., providers, payers, life sciences companies, and government bodies work collaboratively and constantly innovate to deliver affordable, equitable and accountable care.Read More
5 Futuristic Game Changing Technologies Transforming Retail
There is a technology revolution underway in Retail industry. Retailers must adopt emerging technology paradigms to succeed in the future by building new capabilities and innovations around multi-channel consumer experience that result in WOW moments. Here we bring the top five innovations that are sure to change the way we shop in the future: Top Upcoming Retail Technologies: 1. Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence(AI)Read More
How to Choose a Product Engineering Vendor?
Outsourcing product development is one of the hottest trends, almost all companies follow today. It is possible to benefit from outsourcing product development but only when you keep key competencies in-house. Traditionally, organizations used to outsource their non-core activities for cost cuttings. But today, different organizations from start-ups to MNCs, outsource even their core activities in order to reduce costs. And also to focus more on business by outsourcing to external companies who have access to world class competencies.Read More
Cloud Computing Simplified
Cloud computing has the potential to create irreversible changes in how computers are used around the world. It is a general term for the delivery of hosted services over the internet. Gartner views it as SaaS, PaaS and IaaS.Read More
Why Network Transformation?
If we step back a bit in to the history of how telecom networks were conceived and built, it becomes evident that networks were designed in the past to deliver one service at a time. Starting from PSTN voice to cellular voice (and later data) to multimedia broadcast, each network was designed to carry a set of services delivered through a dedicated set of network elements in its path, each performing a set of control functions to deliver the intended service to subscribers. At the core, ATM circuits served the purpose of carrying traffic over long distances over optical links.Read More
Realizing SDN – ODL
About two years ago, SDN was a buzz in the industry with early adopters conducting PoCs to create overlay networks within the data center, or provisioning WAN bandwidth in core networks. Just about a year ago, SDN realization started in its true sense, and now realizing SDN using OpenDayLight (ODL), rather SDN – ODL, has become an industrial practice.Read More
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