This webinar will explore what innovations possible in Carrier Ethernet 2.0, MPLS, packet-optical, access, and software technologies to evolve toward a network architecture better optimized for cloud service delivery.
Our experts will share the small cell backhaul requirements and architecture evolution needed to meet the unique demands of the public access small cell era.
Texas Instruments and Aricent experts discuss factors affecting AMI networks, the shifting perceptions of meter data management and associated applications.
This webinar will analyze OpenFlow's progress, discuss its potential applications, and explore the possibilities for OpenFlow to topple today's Ethernet-switch paradigms.
Reduce CAPEX/OPEX and improve customer satisfaction through WiFi offloading technologies for 3G, LTE, WiMAX and CDMA.
Leading experts from Aricent provide insights into how small cells can deliver truly smart connected experiences by integrating small cell applications that enable contextualized and predictive interactions.
Experts from Aricent dive deep into the nuances of the latest Datacenter Ethernet technologies such as DCB, TRILL, VXLAN, and NVGRE, to help telecom equipment manufacturers understand and choose the best options for datacenter network convergence.
Aricent Group Assistant Vice President of Carrier Services and Solutions Tom Lybarger will discuss how to leverage real time device and experience analytics to reduce customer support costs and encourage self-service.
Experts from the Aricent Group will provide insights into unified communications federation architecture that allows unified communications platforms from multiple vendors to communicate with one another. This helps enterprises to create a new collaborative environment enabling seamless exchange of voice, data, video, and presence across users.
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