NFV at the point of no return for telecom operators
Fri Dec 2 19:38:18 EST 2016
NFV and SDN deployments remain sporadic, though development advances have bolstered platforms with the focus now on making them work better. On this weeks NFV/SDN Reality Check, brought to you by Nokia, we speak with Michael Brenner, chief architect for Network Functions Virtualization at Gigaspaces, to discuss the firms growing focus on the network functions [...]
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Manufacturer uses Hitachi analytics to diagnose machine mixing problem
Fri Dec 2 11:48:07 EST 2016
Problems with polymers Hitachi used its analytics platform to integrate production and sensor data outputs to help visualize, analyze and diagnose a manufacturers polymer mixing problems. An unnamed manufacturers polymer mixing process was said to be producing inconsistent output quality, with yields dipping as low as 50% to 60%, according to a case study provided [...]
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Worst of the Week: AT&T draws ire, while Sprint throws shade
Fri Dec 2 11:10:02 EST 2016
AT&T encountered some issues during the launch of its DirecTV Now platform this week, while Sprint kicked some sand in the face of 600 MHz spectrum. Hello! And welcome to our Friday column, Worst of the Week. Theres a lot of nutty stuff that goes on in this industry, so this column is a chance [...]
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Washington, D.C., suburb to become a lab for internet of things projects
Fri Dec 2 11:05:42 EST 2016
A suburb of Washington, D.C., is growing into a living laboratory for “internet of things” technology projects. Set in Montgomery County, Maryland, Thingstitute is set to be an agricultural testbed to help farmers use data to become more “productive, prosperous and viable.” The goal of the project is to determine what services and support Montgomery [...]
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