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Bo Diddley and the LTE Security Debate – Who Do You Trust?

by Juniper Employee ‎10-31-2013 04:03 AM - edited ‎10-31-2013 05:46 AM

LTE offers mobile operators a chance to fight back against the “cost-per-bit” culture that has come to dominate a market with falling ARPU. But Patrick Donegan, writing in a paper by Heavy Reading, feels there will be a close correlation between financial performance and the adoption of end-to-end IP Security. Why then, do many operators find it an acceptable risk not to adopt end-to-end IPSec?


Mobile World Congress 2017 and James Bond

by Juniper Employee ‎02-22-2013 11:39 AM - edited ‎02-25-2013 03:20 PM

In four years time we’ll be at Mobile World Congress 2017 and hopefully by then, Barcelona’s subway will be finished up to Fira-2 and to the airport, and with an improved economy, so there should be no strikes. J

One thing that will have changed hopefully will be the LTE (4G) deployment. Some macro-cells and hundreds of micro-cells will have been deployed at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) by multiple LTE mobile operators. It’s hard to know what will be the hottest topics, but probably 5G. 


I’m really happy to be presenting at the Canalys Forum 2012 in Barcelona on 9th October2012and having the opportunity to discuss with our partners our key offerings. When we were asked about the theme of our presentation it was very clear it had to be; Enterprise Mobility. The reason for this is very simple; with the current economic landscape, enterprises have to be very selective on their investments and, once more, the IT department will have to show complete alignment with the company strategy to bring them to the next level.


Security and the Bring Your Own Device Trend

by Nushin ‎05-14-2012 09:17 AM - edited ‎05-14-2012 09:21 AM

This is a guest blog post. Views expressed in this post are original thoughts posted by Nushin Hernandez, Analyst at Canalys.

The survey results of Juniper Networks’ Trusted Mobility Index have highlighted just how pervasive the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend really is. Looking at the mobile device market – according to Canalys estimates worldwide smart phone shipments grew approximately 63% last year, similarly pads or tablets have seen rapid adoption, up a staggering 274% by the end of 2011. Smart phones and tablets in particular, which have conventionally been viewed as consumer devices, are increasingly making their way into corporate environments and businesses around the world are now faced with the challenge of managing a growing mobile workforce using multiple devices and multiple operating systems with increasing data consumption. These mobile devices can no longer be categorised as simply corporate or consumer. The number of personal-liable devices has grown considerably over the last year. Canalys estimates the number of personal-liable smart phones will grow at a compound annual growth rate of about 43% from 2011 through to 2015.


There is a mildly humorous saying amongst the acting fraternity that you should never work with children or animals, the inference being that they are likely to do unpredictable things at the most inappropriate times.  In marketing that saying translates to never ask end users opinions on anything because they either tell you things you don’t want to hear or come back with comments you were not expecting.

Not strictly true of course and said a little tongue in cheek but as we looked through the results of the Juniper Networks Trusted Mobility Index report, there were some real surprises.


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