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What’s an in-memory database?

June 16, 2021
An in-memory database is a modern data management system that stores data in the system’s main memory (most often RAM), as opposed to a traditional database that uses disk/device storage. When you process data in an in-memory database, only the RAM is used/accessed. There is no need to access the secondary memory and navigate the [...]

What is Network as a Service?

June 04, 2021
Network as a Service is a cloud computing model in which managed cloud vendors provide virtualized network equipment and networking functionality as a subscription service. A concept similar to the better-known software/platform as a service model, Network as a Service lets enterprises operate networks without actually owning and maintaining the hardware.  Network as a Service [...]

Why ‘Digital Transformation’ for Telcos Means Stack Simplification

May 28, 2021
5G promises a brave new world of connectivity. Be it life-saving remote surgery, immersive learning, intelligent fraud detection, or predictive resource conservation, everything is possible. This is because the new generation of superfast ultra-reliable millisecond-latency networks make it possible. The most impactful technologies of today and tomorrow—the Internet of Things, big data, machine learning, virtual [...]

Why Telcos Need a Simplified Stack

May 19, 2021
Every day, we move deeper into the 5G era, as the new technology rapidly becomes the standard for telco providers. In fact, it’s expected that 5G will account for 1.2 billion connections by 2025, covering one-third of the global population. There is now a remarkable 5G opportunity for telcos at hand. But while it’s easier [...]

Why Milliseconds Matter: The 5G Real-Time Opportunity

May 05, 2021
Advances in 5G have given telecom providers the opportunity to adopt agile, future-proof infrastructures. Organizations that adapt their data platforms as 5G capabilities evolve, or those that anticipate changes, will have an advantage over the competition. However, those that stick with a reactive approach risk falling behind their more proactive peers. On April 20th, 2021, [...]

More than Digital Twins—Today’s Telcos Need ‘Active’ Digital Twins

April 28, 2021
To successfully monetize their infrastructure investments and make 5G-based capabilities a reality, telecom operators need to explore both enterprise and consumer markets. Digital twins have become a common practice for this and for monetizing 5G in the form of keeping customers and subscribers as happy as possible—the discipline of customer management (also known as customer [...]

5G+ is Here? Here’s Why We Agree and What it Means

April 22, 2021
A FutureIoT article published this month by Fuad Siddiqui, senior partner and vice president at Nokia Bell Labs, describes a new era of 5G he calls “5G+”. In this era, industries “assess and implement next-gen connectivity that acts in concert with a broad ecosystem of key technologies”, leading to the next big phase of industrial [...]

What is a Data Platform?

April 13, 2021
A data platform is a total stack solution for end-to-end data processing, from ingestion to action. Data platforms are typically used to process very large data sets at scale without compromising on latency. Companies in all industries are increasingly using modern data platforms to make information actionable and profit from it in real time. Data [...]

How to Drive an Action-Oriented Event-Driven Architecture

April 07, 2021

Recently Gartner issued a newly updated version of its foundational research report, Maturity Model For Event-Driven Architecture (EDA). We believe it is required reading for leaders of any real-time-sensitive digital business. The report presents the business benefits modern EDA provides beyond what is possible using connected APIs, as well as enables readers to assess where […]

Why Monetizing 5G Depends on Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Decisions

March 25, 2021
Telco operators across the globe have been making heavy infrastructure investments to enable 5G rollouts. Boston Consulting Group anticipates that US communications service providers (CSPs) alone will spend more than $250 billion on these rollouts between 2020 and 2025. These investments are primarily geared toward serving the ever-increasing industrial and enterprise needs for connectivity. Doing [...]
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