From hotels to hospitals to universities, enterprises everywhere can relate to the longstanding problem of poor in-building public cellular service coverage. Meanwhile, they want to simplify their infrastructure. But with separate public and private wireless deployments, they’ve been moving in the wrong direction.
Last week I attended the San Francisco Giants baseball team media day at Oracle Park, where the team unveiled its new brand campaign – “There’s Nothing Like It” — as a way of describing the unique experience baseball can bring.
High-performance network provider Arista Networks Inc. today announced new offerings that take it into the wide-area networking market.
The new offering, calledWAN Routing Systems, is actually a combination of several new networking offerings: an enterprise-class routing platform, carrier- and cloud-neutral internet transit capabilities and a new CloudVision service called Pathfinder to simplify and optimize enterprise WANs. As is the case with all Arista solutions, the WAN Routing System is based on Arista’s EOS operating system and CloudVision management portal.
Ahead of the MWC 2023 conference next week in Barcelona, Amazon Web Services today announced two new offerings to help telecommunications companies modernize their networks.
Years ago, the value chain for business services was clear. Telcos provided network services, software vendors offered applications, compute companies took care of servers and so on. The rise of cloud has blurred the lines and there is perhaps no industry that has been more disrupted than telecom. Over-the-top services, the cloud companies and other trends has relegated the telcos to being the “pipes” with little ability to differentiate one’s self.
Private wireless is expected to be a hot topic at next week’s Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona. Ahead of the show, startup Celona Inc. today announced a portfolio of indoor and outdoor private 5G products for the global markets.