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LTE Security as Mobile Operators Transition to All-IP Networks

by Juniper Employee ‎11-07-2013 12:45 AM - edited ‎11-07-2013 01:49 AM

There really is more to life than SDN and NFV. Although you’d be hard pushed to discover what it might be if you go by the headlines in journals and key speakerships at conferences. If you live in the world of a mobile operator you might contend that LTE Networks are the next big thing. But LTE is not without its challenges and in this blog I review an eighteen minute presentation by Paul Gainham, Senior Director Service Provider Marketing EMEA. You can also follow a link to view a recording of his presentation.


The Elephant in the RAN

by Juniper Employee on ‎04-30-2013 06:41 AM



Subjective, emotional, personal yet crucial that it exists for inter-personal or business to business transactions to be conducted on an ongoing basis. 


The first curious thing about trust is that in many ways it is not a monetarily expensive thing to establish. It is built on the emotional pillars of integrity, authenticity, and transparency.  Those pillars can and often do take time to establish but once established they provide a strong foundation for that ongoing transactional engagement.


If forecasting is truly an art and not a science, then I guess I am more Volta then Van Gogh.


Having sent a final communiqué out to the customers and partners who had registered for the New Network Technical Forum on the 17 October informing them that the weather was set fair for this week, I arrived in Barcelona on Monday 24 October to the heaviest day of rainfall the city had seen for many, many years...


So, having put my slightly damp toga away now, it’s time to share some reflections on this week’s event (if you are wondering what a toga has to do this all of this, please read the blog ‘The New Network Technical Forum 2011 – Architecting the network for the next decade’ and if you look hard enough, really hard enough, there are some comments in there masquerading as humour).


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