Over the next ten years, the functionality of billions of connected devices will rapidly progress as the Internet of Things (IoT) market expands. To successfully monetise those opportunities, telecom operators will need to design IoT networks that are highly scalable, dynamic, and efficiently optimized to serve the different types of IoT use cases, need to create a partner ecosystem beyond the pipe that can help generate new revenue streams.
Biometrics are used to track useful data that can catch criminals and prevent crimes. In what ways, then, do recent innovations in biometrics make us safer? Fingerprint analysis, has been a cornerstone for crime scene investigation for over a century. More recently, JFK airport in New York City recently announced a new customs security protocol based on biometric facial readers.
Many have anticipated overwhelming transformations in network volume and connectivity that will result from the Internet of Things (IoT). One estimate predicts that the number of connected objects will reach 50 billion by 2020. What does this mean for networks? How can Software-defined Networking(SDN) solve some of the emerging problems posed by IoT?
Everyone dreads the news of a hardware or software disaster—costly downtime, hardware replacements, and the loss of valuable data. But how can virtualization technologies and software-defined networking save your business valuable time and resources? This article tracks some of the latest disaster-saving trends in SDN and virtualization and shows how these technologies can rescue your business from disaster.