Resources

  • Why do we need visibility to innovate? Visibility becomes crucial as we move to 5G networks. Visibility gives operators the right tools to manage the higher complexity of 5G and to extract the benefits it promises. Read more about visibility in this Tech Brief for NETSCOUT
  • Which Open RAN is best for you? You are ready to deploy Open RAN. What’s the best topology to use? We developed a TCO model to explore how transport costs are a crucial to decide what is the most cost-efficient topology
  • Wi-Fi 7: The next generation in the evolution of Wi-Fi Wi-Fi 7: The next generation in the evolution of Wi-Fi Wi-Fi 6 has just been launched, but Wi-Fi 7 is already on the horizon as the next generation of Wi-Fi. In this Tech Brief for Intel, we present an overview of Wi-Fi 7 and the anticipated benefits that it will bring to Wi-Fi users.
  • Wi-Fi 6: Expanding the role of Wi-Fi in the enterprise With Wi-Fi 6, the next generation of Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi has become an even better fit for the enterprise, for voice and data connectivity, and for new IoT and industrial IoT use cases. Read more in this Tech Brief prepared for Intel
  • What is CBRS good for? What is CBRS good for? A conversation with Preston Marshall, CBRS Alliance and Google, and Joel Lindholm, Facebook, ex-CommScope, by Monica Paolini, Senza Fili
  • Self-organizing mesh in the 60 GHz band Monica Paolini and Martin Harriman, CCS, talked about fixed wireless access and backhaul in millimeter-wave spectrum, mostly focusing on the 60 GHz band and on the mesh solution that CCS has brought to the market.
  • OpenRAN: The operators’ perspective. A survey for Mavenir What are the mobile operator plans to deploy OpenRAN in their 4G and 5G networks? Find out what mobile operators told us in this survey we did for Mavenir.
  • Is wireless changing the enterprise, or is the enterprise changing wireless? Our first Sparring Partners webinar is now available for you to watch and to read. Chris Nicoll and Monica Paolini debated the question of whether the enterprise is changing wireless, or whether wireless is changing the enterprise.
  • Visibility is in, borders are out Digital transformation requires more than software-based, virtualized networks to be successful. Operators need full, end-to-end, real-time visibility into their networks – across applications, vendors, locations and, eventually, network slices.
  • Wi-Fi and 5G redefine wireless Wi-Fi 6 and 5G redefine our wireless experience and create a pervasive connection fabric for users and IoT applications. Read more in this white paper by Monica Paolini, Senza Fili, sponsored by Intel.
  • Smart networks need smart data Digital transformation opens up networks to offer new services, support new use cases, and increase network efficiency. But to do so, operators need to collect, distill and use vast amounts of data to optimize and run their networks. Dr. Vikram Saksena, Chief Solutions Architect, Office of the CTO at NETSCOUT, talks about how smart data can make networks smarter.
  • A spectrum of opportunity with 5G The technology, standards and ecosystem for 5G are getting to the finish line. But do we need 5G? And do we need it now? And, just as important, can we afford it? A conversation with Rob Topol, Intel