Internet traffic in Australia is set to grow 3-fold from 2013 to 2017
according to the latest data from Cisco’s [...]
Well it seems like yesterday since my participation at TM Forum Management
World 2010 in Nice, France, during May 17 2010 week. Specifically, I
participated in a wonderful session, Opportunities, Business Models &
Requirements for Cloud Providers.
Having just returned from Paris, France where I had presented at the Cloud
Telco 2010 Conference, I could not help but pick up on common themes of Cloud
Management and Security and will state that management and security are
absolute table stakes when developing a sustainable Cloud-based service
architecture blueprint. Further, another... (more)
I am delighted to announce the formation of the Cisco SP Mobility Community.
This community will bring together mobility experts to collaborate and
discuss technical and business challenges in the mobility space. If you are
not already a member, please check it out…here are some hot topics so far:
WiMAX vs. LTE: Which technology will “win” and why? Business models being
redefined The new iPhone: Good or Evil? Ask John Chambers Anything
The holiday season is always a time of excitement, anticipation, and good
Clearly, mobile is at the heart of all three! I just spent $300 on new
smartphones for my family and upgraded our plans to 1200+ minutes, 500+ text
messages, and tens of mega bytes per month.
That does not even include everything I do with my business phone!
If this is any indication, the mobile data traffic will far exceed the
projections from the Cisco Visual Networking Index in many markets!
With this backdrop, the Cisco Mobility team is doubly excited because today,
as part of our ongoing efforts ... (more)
Awareness of the challenges associated with the forthcoming depletion of IPv4
addresses is increasing in the general public. While we’ve been
highlighting some of the challenges and solutions to the problem some time
now, the issue is getting more and more attention in the mainstream press.
Last month CNN.com raised the issue with “Are you Ready for the Big
Internet Crunch” which mentions the current estimate of September 2011 as
being the exact time when we exhaust all IPv4 addresses.
What’s pretty amazing when you compare the estimates now to those of a
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