We’ve certainly seen a slew of Network Function Virtualization (NFV) projects recently that the big telcos tout – virtualization and automation create a more agile infrastructure conducive to service delivery in an economically feasible way.
“I could talk for hours about DreamHack, but without being there it’s very difficult to describe. The atmosphere is extremely energetic in that everyone shares the same interest; people are very passionate about computers and gaming itself. People come to DreamHack because they love computer games.” ~ Markus Viitamäki, DreamHack CTO
Juniper engineering has done it again: their innovative work on the MX10008 5G Universal Routing Platform was recognized with the highly coveted Grand Prix Award at Interop Tokyo 2018 earlier this month.
DQE Communications network and security engineer Steve Puluka spoke with Juniper Networks recently about his experience over the last decade coping with changes in the network routing space and how he sees the next 10 years.
We stand in the midst of a technological revolution. The complexity, scale, and more importantly, the pace, are unlike anything humankind has experienced before. The speed of current technological breakthroughs is disrupting almost every industry in every country while the breadth and depth of these disruptions are fundamentally altering the way we live, work, and communicate with each other.