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Open Networking: The Promise and Pitfalls

Tuesday
May 17, 2016
1:00PM ET

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Led by: Cliff Grossner, Research Director, Data Center, Cloud and SDN
Presented by: IHS Technology, BigSwitch Networks and Dell
   

The trail to open networking with bare metal switching has been blazed by very large scale data center operators such as Google and Facebook, and it is the dominant use case for software-defined networking (SDN) in the data center. Traditional network vendors and startups have packaged the knowledge gained from large-scale data center operators, opening the door for others to participate in a new paradigm for purchasing and deploying data center networks. This model leverages an open and programmable environment that provides choice and is driving innovation in silicon and software technologies--all at software speed. This webinar explores the rollout of open networking, discusses the advantages of this approach, shares lessons learned by early adopters, and provides guidelines for purchase-decision makers.

 
Mobile Fronthaul: Key Considerations and Deployment Scenarios

Wednesday
May 18, 2016
11:00AM ET

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Led by: Richard Webb, Research Director, Mobile Backhaul and Small Cells
Presented by: IHS Technology, Infinera and Virgin Media Business
   

Deploying remote radio heads as part of a centralized radio access network (RAN) or cloud RAN (C-RAN) architecture is driven by the need for higher capacity, denser connectivity and sectorization in the mobile network. Fronthaul has a fundamental role in a C-RAN, but its vital to understand the challenges to and options for its deployment. This webinar looks at wavelength division multiplexing (WDM)based solutions for fronthaul and explores the commercial environment, including the role of wholesale fronthaul services and examples from deployments already taking place.

 
The Case for Cloud Billing in the Digital World

Wednesday
May 25, 2016
11:00AM ET

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Led by: Shira Levine, Research Director, Service Enablement and Subscriber Intelligence
Presented by: IHS Technology, Oracle and Capgemini
   

Explosive subscriber and transaction growth, the rapid introduction of new digital services and consumer demand for anytime, anywhere services are straining the capabilities of many legacy billing and charging systems. Cloud-based models for real-time billing, revenue management and partner settlements represent a possible solution to these challenges, enabling businesses to more quickly capitalize on new opportunities and address scaling challenges while keeping capital costs under control. This webinar explores why and how operators and other services-based businesses should deploy cloud-based billing, and also addresses the challenges and concerns surrounding cloud billing models.

 
From Clouds to the Meta-Cloud

Tuesday
May 31, 2016
11:00AM ET

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Led by: Cliff Grossner, Research Director, Data Center, Cloud and SDN
Presented by: IHS Technology and Sonus Networks
   

It is easy to imagine a future in which enterprises are consuming off-premises cloud services from 20 or more different cloud service providers (CSPs), creating their own custom cloud of clouds, or Meta-Cloud. Connecting to each CSP separately would create a management nightmare, bringing about an opportunity for communication service providers, managed service providers, and cloud service brokers to provide professional services and a single connectivity point with security and service-level agreements (SLAs) between an enterprise and its Meta-Cloud. This webinar explores the architecture of the Meta-Cloud, provides solutions for providers planning to offer a Meta-Cloud, and offers recommendations for enterprises using many different CSPs.

 
Extending Network Policy to the Device

Wednesday
Jun 1, 2016
11:00AM ET

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Led by: Shira Levine, Research Director, Service Enablement and Subscriber Intelligence
Presented by: IHS Technology and Cisco Systems
   

The concept of policy management at the device level is not new, but it is seeing renewed interest as recent use cases are extending mobile operator control to end-user devices. Device-level policy management and enforcement is proving to be an invaluable tool in carriers quest to differentiate through an always-best-connected user experience and network and device analytics to provide more service personalization. This webinar explores the business reasons behind carrier requirements for more control of the devices on their networks. From simple offload objectives to intelligent service activation and provisioning, we examine the growing capabilities of on-device policy and provide insights into identifying and breaking down the barriers to deployment.

 
The Future of GPON, XGS-PON and TWDM-PON

Thursday
Jun 2, 2016
11:00AM ET

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Led by: John Kendall, Senior Analyst, Connected Home & Smart Home
Presented by: IHS Technology, Calix and Verizon
   

There is some debate in the industry as to which direction vendors and broadband providers should turn for next-generation passive optical network (PON) technology. As gigabit services become increasingly available, broadband providers are turning an eye to what is next, and while there is general agreement on 10 gigabit service, there is some uncertainty as to the form it will take. This webinar explores the different flavors of PON including GPON, XGS-PON and TWDM-PON, and highlights the pros and cons of each. The webinar also generally explores the NG-PON2 standard and the importance of symmetric service, as well as tunable versus fixed optics.

 
Embedding Real-time Communications Into Applications

Tuesday
Jun 7, 2016
12:00PM ET

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Led by: Diane Myers, Research Director, VoIP, UC and IMS
Presented by: IHS Technology and Bandwidth
   

Businesses and individuals are interacting through multiple channels and are no longer confined to traditional phone calls. Web technologies have opened up the ability to integrate real-time communications (RTC) into any number of applications. Bringing together applications and communications in the cloud offers an opportunity to bridge the two worlds with increased value. Learn how application developers, start-ups and existing service providers move through the continuum of capabilities from launch, to managing multiple communication providers, to scaling services. This webinar explores the lifecycle requirements of taking embedded communications from start to highly scalable deployment or any point in between.

 
Enterprise-Grade Cloud Security: How and When

Wednesday
Jun 8, 2016
11:00AM ET

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Led by: Jeff Wilson, Research Director, Cybersecurity Technology
Presented by: IHS Technology and Cisco
   

As more users, applications, and data move into both private and public clouds, it's important to rethink how they are secured and ensure that existing network investments, controls, and policies can migrate to the cloud. This webinar looks at how current security tools can work in private and public cloud environments, as well as analyzes how new tools like cloud access security brokers (CASBs) can help ensure effective control over popular public cloud applications.

 
5G Backhaul: Challenges and New Architectures

Tuesday
Jun 21, 2016
11:00AM ET

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Led by: Richard Webb, Research Director, Mobile Backhaul and Small Cells
Presented by: IHS Technology, Accedian, Ciena and ECI
   

The next-gen mobile network will require next-gen backhaul architecture. What will this look like, and what are the technical criteria? As the network changes to accommodate new service requirements, what new backhaul challenges will arise and what solutions will be required? This webinar looks ahead to the near-future of mobile network evolution and the phases of implementation.

 


Security and Visibility for Cloud and SaaS Apps


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Led by: Jeff Wilson, Research Director, Cybersecurity Technology
Presented by: IHS Technology and Palo Alto Networks
   

We live in a cloud app world, with companies of every shape and size benefitting greatly from the flexibility and scalability of apps like Office 365, Box and Salesforce.com. Unfortunately, using many cloud apps can create security blind spots and new attack vectors for hackers. There are solutions on the market today that provide a window into cloud app uses and active threat detection and mitigation and some security product companies already have in place features that can help secure cloud apps. This webinar takes a look at the cloud app security problem and covers some common solutions.

 
Demystifying Orchestration and Assurance Across SDN, NFV and CE2.0


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Led by: Michael Howard, Senior Research Director, Carrier Networks
Presented by: IHS Technology, KulCoud, Omnitron, Veryx, WebNMS
   

Service providers worldwide are moving toward the dream goal of service automation from the front end of customer ordering and service monitoring to the back end of service provisioning, network monitoring, and active service-level agreement (SLA) enforcement. The dream becomes a demonstrated reality in this webinar, highlighted by a video of a live demo involving the orchestration and assurance of a carrier Ethernet 2.0 (CE2.0) Ethernet WAN services network using data centerbased software-defined networking (SDN) software. Also explored are a customer self-service portal for on-demand ordering and monitoring of Ethernet services, intelligent customer premises equipment for provisioning and monitoring, and testing and monitoring software for ensuring workability across physical and virtual networks.

 
Solutions for Rising Video Surveillance Storage Demands
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Led by: Josh Woodhouse, Analyst, Video Surveillance
Presented by: IHS Technology, Quantum, Axis and Milestone
   

As the use of video surveillance cameras grows, so does the demand for higher image quality and longer retention times. This means there are increasing requirements on video surveillance cameras and storage and management solutions for businesses. Storage is not just peripheral, but foundational. Protecting people and property requires more than simply observing crimes. This webinar looks at how cameras, video management software (VMS), and storage systems can interact to meet the rising demands of modern video surveillance systems.

 
Solutions for Rising Video Surveillance Storage Demands
Preferred Time for Asia Pacific based Attendees


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Led by: Josh Woodhouse, Analyst, Video Surveillance
Presented by: IHS Technology, Quantum, Axis and Milestone
   

As the use of video surveillance cameras grows, so does the demand for higher image quality and longer retention times. This means there are increasing requirements on video surveillance cameras and storage and management solutions for businesses. Storage is not just peripheral, but foundational. Protecting people and property requires more than simply observing crimes. This webinar looks at how cameras, video management software (VMS), and storage systems can interact to meet the rising demands of modern video surveillance systems.

 
Carrier NFV and SDN Lessons from Virtual CPE Deployments


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Led by: Michael Howard, Senior Research Director, Carrier Networks
Presented by: IHS Technology, Accedian, ADTRAN and HPE
   

Service providers around the world are investing time and energy into using NFV (network functions virtualization) and SDN (software-defined networking) for vE-CPE (virtual enterprise CPE) and vCPE (virtual CPE) consumer services, but the road to live deployments has been fraught with many issues, problems, and challenges. The goals are clear: to increase revenue and service agility by applying NFV and SDN for automation and operational efficiencies. Customers can use self-service portals to change the bandwidth at sites and add or change levels of firewalls, WAN optimization controllers, intrusion detection and protection systems, and parental controls. This webinar shares the experiences, lessons, and discoveries from service provider deployments of vE-CPE and vCPE.

 
Gigabit Broadband for Municipal Operators


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Led by: John Kendall, Senior Analyst, Connected Home & Smart Home
Presented by: IHS Technology and Nokia
   

The number of municipalities successfully installing community broadband networks continues to rise and, commensurately, so does interest in the technology and business case. This webinar explores the market for municipal broadband, the drivers influencing municipal operators to roll out gigabit broadband, and considerations for ensuring successful deployments.

 
The Role of Analytics in an NFV and SDN World


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Led by: Shira Levine, Research Director, Service Enablement and Subscriber Intelligence
Presented by: IHS Technology, EXFO and Guavus
   

Network functions virtualization (NFV) and software-defined networking (SDN) promise more flexibility and scalability in the network, including better bandwidth allocation and a more expedient response to application and resource requirements. Enabling agile services requires proper integration of service assurance tools with orchestration. This new reality creates the need for improved analytics capabilities that can derive insights from data collected from various sources within the network, providing the control plane with the information necessary to make optimal decisions. This webinar discusses how analytics tools with integrated service assurance are addressing new app and resource requirements in todays NFV and SDN world.

 
Next-Gen Carrier WiFi Revenue Models


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Led by: Richard Webb, Research Director, Mobile Backhaul and Small Cells
Presented by: IHS Technology, Cisco and Maxima Telecom
   

WiFi continues to proliferate in public spaces, mostly as a tactical extension to broadband networks. But by leveraging capabilities such as Hotspot 2.0 and network functions virtualization (NFV), operators can provide carrier-class WiFi services while delivering new business models. This webinar looks at how carrier WiFi is evolving to bring revenue opportunities such as hosted/cloud-based WiFi, voice over WiFi (VoWiFi), the Internet of Things (IoT), WiFi roaming, advertising, location-based services, and many others. Carrier WiFi monetization is real. Hear how its being delivered and how carriers are making money from it.

 
How to Succeed with SD-WAN


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Led by: Cliff Grossner, Research Director, Data Center, Cloud and SDN
Presented by: IHS Technology, CloudGenix, Silver Peak and Talari
   

Driven by the need for agility, cost reductions, and adoption of off-premises cloud services, the software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) rollout is underway, with 2015 live production deployments by early adopters providing a trail for others to follow. As SD-WAN crosses the chasm, moving from early adopters to mainstream buyers, decision makers must make important long-term choices about their WAN architectures. This webinar details the experiences of businesses that have already deployed SD-WAN, discusses best practices, and provides guidelines for purchase-decision makers seeking to learn from the experiences of their peers.

 
IoT for Business: Leveraging Device Data to Drive Better Outcomes


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Led by: John Byrne, Sr. Principal Analyst, Internet of Things
Presented by: IHS Infonetics and Bsquare
   

Regardless of industry, businesses are beginning to recognize that data collected from corporate assets can be harnessed to improve outcomes. Many manufacturers, service providers, and equipment operators are already using sensors and beacons to provide better insights into real-time operations, enhance maintenance programs, improve customer loyalty, and drive cost savings and revenue growth. But for the Internet of Things (IoT) to achieve its full potential, device data must be integrated with traditional information systems to drive new and existing business processes. This means transmitting, normalizing, storing, and analyzing data to predict events, optimize performance, and automatically take corrective actions. This webinar discusses key challenges facing deployers of IoT solutions, analyzes the importance of an end-to-end approach to IoT deployment, and provides real-life case studies of companies successfully using IoT.

 
Data Center Interconnect: Next-Gen Apps and Platforms


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Led by: Michael Howard, Senior Research Director, Carrier Networks
Presented by: IHS Infonetics and Cisco
   

The extreme volume of content in hyperscale data centers has created a concentration of network capacity that has been largely solved by a new generation of DCI (data center interconnect) DWDM products capable of 1 Tbps per rack unit. But bandwidth never stops growing anywhere in service provider networks, so whats next? Many operators are considering DCI platforms to solve growing bandwidth concentrations elsewhere, including internet exchanges, telco and cable IPTV networks, colocation centers, carrier hotels, and more. This webinar explores how, using the experiences of internet content providers in solving their DCI problems, manufacturers are planning new DCI models with more software control, more capacity options, and new technologies that will bring down the cost of capacity transmitted to even lower levels.

 
Solutions for Rising Video Surveillance Storage Demands


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Led by: Josh Woodhouse, Analyst, Video Surveillance
Presented by: IHS Infonetics and Quantum
   

As the use of video surveillance cameras grows, so does the demand for higher image quality and longer retention times. This means there are increasing requirements on video surveillance cameras and storage and management solutions for businesses. Storage is not just peripheral, but foundational. Protecting people and property requires more than simply observing crimes. This webinar looks at how cameras, video management software (VMS), and storage systems can interact to meet the rising demands of modern video surveillance systems.

 
Assuring Carrier-Grade Wi-Fi Quality of Experience


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Led by: Stéphane Téral, Research Director, Mobile Infrastructure and Carrier Economics
Presented by: IHS Infonetics and Spirent Communications
   

Carriers and large enterprises are deploying Wi-Fi systems at a phenomenal rate to meet the growing demand for seamless availability of voice, video, and data services in corporate buildings, retail stores, stadiums, and metro areas. But they're struggling to understand users experiences with Wi-Fi services, making the assurance of carrier-grade QoE (quality of experience) a challenge for NOC, operations, and support teams and creating concerns around SLA (service-level agreement) management. This webinar explores strategies for monitoring Wi-Fi services and assuring carrier-grade QoE, the impact QoE data can have on SLAs, and real-world case studies for addressing Wi-Fi QoE challenges.

 
YANG Service Models Critical to SDN-NFV Automation


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Led by: Michael Howard, Senior Research Director, Carrier Networks
Presented by: IHS Infonetics, Ciena/Blue Planet, Cisco and Fujitsu
   

The major carrier goals for SDN and NFV are service agility and automation removing manual processes from their service and network operations, from customer order to network reconfiguration to SLA enforcement. To achieve the desired automation, data about services and network equipment must be organized and described in a common way that is, put into data models so that services can be programmatically provisioned across multi-vendor networks. The industry is settling on the IETF standard YANG as the data modeling language to describe and provision services and network devices such as routers, carrier Ethernet switches, and optical transport equipment. This webinar shows how to achieve automation of services and network equipment by using YANG models.

 


Automation and IoT in Packaging Machinery

Tuesday
Jun 7, 2016

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Led by: Alex West, Principal Analyst, Manufacturing Technology
   

Innovation in machinery and plants has slowed over the last 5 to 10 years, with the last significant changes coming in the form of electromechanical products that replaced fluid power and motion-controlled products that enabled greater machine flexibility. But now manufacturing is on the cusp of a step-change in innovation and productivity improvements, with technologies such as robotics, IoT (Internet of Things), and big data giving rise to smart machines. This webinar explores how technology innovation is spurring packaging machines that are smarter, safer, and more productive.

 
OTT for Broadcast: Complementary or Indispensable?

Wednesday
Jun 15, 2016

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Led by: Przemek Bozek, Senior Analyst, Professional Video & Managed Services
   

Online video delivery is redefining consumer expectations and behaviors for content consumption, but how does over-the-top (OTT) technology manage against the network efficiencies of multicast and broadcast? Can on-demand viewing be simulated by the clever use of broadcast and caching? Will OTT replace broadcast or evolve as part of the distribution mix? This webinar explores the costs and benefits of video distribution mechanisms and the capabilities needed to best meet modern content consumption behaviors.

 
Getting ROI on the IoT: How to Make a Business

Wednesday
Jun 22, 2016

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Led by: Alex Green, Senior Director, IT & Networking
   

Companies across industries are adding wireless technology to their products to customize and extend the value of their services. Smart wireless connectivity is a critical component for businesses looking to deliver on the promise of convenience, control and efficiency in their clients daily lives. The Internet of Things (IoT) is a projected multi-billion dollar industry, and everybody wants a share. But with new smart gadgets coming out every hour of every day, distinguishing the real disruptors from the noise is key. This webinar discusses IoT business strategy, challenges to market success, what consumers are demanding, and how companies can meet those expectations by providing real value.

 
Managed WiFi Services: The Pros and Cons

Thursday
Jun 23, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Matthias Machowinski, Research Director, Enterprise Networks and Video
Presented by: IHS Infonetics, ADTRAN, Xirrus / 1 Sponsor Position Available
   

As demands on WiFi infrastructure grow and technology cycles become more rapid, keeping up with the latest WiFi developments has become a full-time job. Unsurprisingly, more and more IT administrators are considering outsourcing the operations of their wireless networks to a third party so that they can get back to their core job functions. Wireless architectures have evolved significantly over the past few years, making it feasible to cost effectively offer managed WiFi services. This webinar takes a look at the pros and cons of managed WiFi services, and why theyre worth exploring.

 
Data Center Orchestration: Open Source or Proprietary?

Tuesday
Jun 28, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Cliff Grossner, Research Director, Data Center, Cloud and SDN
   

The next two to three years will be the inflection point for enterprise IT teams that are selecting, trialing, and deploying data center orchestration software. The choice for physical and virtual switching in the data center will be dependent on the orchestration software selected open source or proprietary. Vendors that have their own orchestration software will strive to be the platform of choice. This webinar explores the choices for data center orchestration software and discusses the advantages and disadvantages of the open source and proprietary approaches, providing guidelines for purchase-decision makers.

 
Moving Set-Top Box Features to the Cloud

Thursday
Jun 30, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Daniel Simmons, Director, Head of Connected Home
   

As the TV landscape becomes increasingly influenced by consumer electronics (CE) devices such as smartphones and tablets, set-top boxes (STBs) are beginning to adopt similar cloud-based services and are moving away from hardware-focused features. Remote provisioning is enabling the set-top to become part of the seamless multiscreen architecture of many operators rather than an independent silo for broadcast video. This webinar examines the current trends in operator technology for cloud versus in-home STB features and what the optimal split of these capabilities is likely to be.

 
Drones: how commercial robotics will change the world

Tuesday
Jul 12, 2016

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Led by: Tom Morrod, Senior Director, Consumer Electronics
   

Drones represent both a new form factor and a whole range of newfound capabilities and applications across a wide segment of industriesfrom maintaining buildings to search and rescue, and from photography and aerial imaging to delivery. Drones have applications across many industries and the rollout of regulations and their use in new areas will shape the future of labor and the impact of robotics in the world. This webinar shares forecasts and analysis of the future for drones in commercial applications.

 
RAN Virtualization: From Concept to Reality

Tuesday
Jul 12, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Stéphane Téral, Research Director, Mobile Infrastructure and Carrier Economics
Presented by: EXFO / Two Sponsor Positions Available
   

The move from centralized to virtual RAN is already happening, and therefore leading to full-blown cloud RAN. Thought to be the toughest nut to crack for a long time, baseband unit (BBU) virtualization is finally the last shoe to fall with many, if not all, functions moving to software. This webinar explores the state of the art of vBBU.

 
Maximizing Existing Cable with Multi-Rate Ethernet

Wednesday
Jul 13, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Matthias Machowinski, Research Director, Enterprise Networks and Video
   

1GE Ethernet has become the standard wired network link for wireless access points, but as access point technology shifts to 802.11ac Wave 2, throughput will exceed 1GE for the first time. Organizations could upgrade to 10GE, but this could require cabling upgrades in addition to equipment upgrades. Multi-rate Ethernet is a new technology that allows organizations to boost data rates over existing cabling infrastructure. This webinar explores the connectivity issues surrounding new WiFi technology, and what options are available to network managers.

 
Embedded Security to Protect the IoT

Thursday
Jul 14, 2016

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Led by: Sam Lucero, Senior Principal Analyst, M2M
   

The vast majority of security co-processors are used to enable smart card applications, such as bank cards, mobile phone subscriber identity modules (SIM), and e-passports. However, the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) is increasing awareness of the need to secure a wide variety of non-smart card, embedded applications as well. This webinar focuses on the optimal use of security co-processors in ensuring that the IoT is a secure resource for customers.

 
Open Source Set-Tops Boxes: Risks and Rewards

Tuesday
Jul 19, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Daniel Simmons, Director, Head of Connected Home
   

As the TV landscape becomes increasingly influenced by consumer electronics (CE) devices such as smartphones and tablets, set-top boxes (STBs) are beginning to adopt similar operating systems and move away from older proprietary software. This is rapidly allowing set-tops to look like just other devices in the home and interoperate more freely and with greater flexibility than in the past. But it also brings risks for branding and security that are new to this traditionally controlled market. This webinar explores the impact of the transition to open source middleware and multi-device software in operator set-top boxes.

 
Building Flexible Networks with SDN and Open Line Systems

Tuesday
Jul 26, 2016

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Led by: Heidi Adams, Senior Research Director, Transport Networks
Presented by: IHS Infonetics and Infinera / 2 Sponsor Positions Available
   

SDN (software-defined networking) will change the way networks are managed, but will it also change the way they are built? SDN and open optical line systems have the potential to give service providers unprecedented flexibility in how they choose and deploy vendors, allowing them to potentially build more flexible networks at lower cost. This webinar examines the impact of SDN technology and the benefits service providers can expect.

 
Sensors for Smartphones and Wearables

Wednesday
Jul 27, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Marwan Boustany, Senior Analyst, MEMS & Sensors
   

Although sensors are key functionality enablers in smartphones and wearables, suppliers must now do more than offer sensor hardware in a slowing and increasingly competitive market. And buyers expect more from their sensors than ever before. IHS is actively tracking the sensor supply chain, business challenges, technology trends and use cases, and this webinar examines these areas and provides a better understanding of the dynamics and drivers of the sensors market.

 
When Will Robotics Replace Labor in Manufacturing?

Thursday
Jul 28, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Scott Gagrica, Analyst, Discrete and Process Automation
   

With pressure on manufacturing to become more flexible while at the same time increase throughput, improve quality, and reduce costs, automation in general and robotics specifically are key considerations. China is now the largest market for industrial robots, and increasing labor costs and pending labor force contraction are two reasons for the massive growth in robotics investment in the country. This webinar looks at if and when other countries will follow suit and discusses the potential impact of robotics on the global labor force.

 
Leveraging IoT for Efficient Commercial Building Management

Thursday
Aug 4, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Alex Green, Senior Director, IT & Networking
   

The use of the Internet of Things (IoT) in commercial buildings opens up the potential to dramatically improve security, productivity, and efficiency within the commercial building management ecosystem. This webinar discusses how facility managers can fully harness the benefits that IoT can bring to their organizations and buildings.

 
Broadband Services in the Cloud: Whats Next?

Wednesday
Aug 10, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: John Kendall, Senior Analyst, Connected Home & Smart Home
   

Broadband providers are looking to provide value-added or monetized services to their customers by using thin software clients. These services can be positioned to help prevent churn as well as improve customer experience. This webinar explores whats involved in offering services through software layered on top of in-home technology, the services that are currently available and popular, and the next generation of technology and services.

 
NFV Commercial vCPE Deployments: Emerging Business Cases

Thursday
Aug 11, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Michael Howard, Senior Research Director, Carrier Networks
   

Service providers moved 15 new NFV (network functions virtualization)based services onto live networks during 2015. Most include services offered to customers via a self-service portal including Ethernet connectivity, IP VPNs and virtual CPE services (vCPE) such as firewall and WAN optimization. AT&T, Orange Business Services, Colt, and Masergy are among the leading operators who found new problems when moving from the labs and PoCs into commercial deployments. The ETSI NFV architecture is a nice guideline, but most interfaces and standards are not yet in place. Providers struggle with the IT aspect of not only the server, storage, and switch technologies, but also who is responsible for operation of the mini data center in central offices. Its not easy to develop a solution when multiple vendors software is mixed and matched to create a set of automated services for enterprise or consumer customers. All these factors and more affect the business case. This webinar focuses on the emerging business cases based on what carriers have learned from NFV that work and those that don't.

 
How Is 4K Succeeding Where Other TV Tech Has Failed?

Tuesday
Aug 16, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Paul Gagnon, Senior Manager, Consumer Devices
   

Next-generation display technology has not always had an easy uptake, with consumer interest and content availability crucial to success. 4K ultra-high-definition (UHD) has proved more successful than many TV technologies to date, thanks to rapid production of cheap screens and strong industry support coupled with genuine consumer interest. This webinar explores what makes 4K successful in the TV industry, and the risks and opportunities for rolling out new technologies in consumer displays.

 
Containers or Virtual Machines, Which Is Best?

Wednesday
Sep 7, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Cliff Grossner, Research Director, Data Center, Cloud and SDN
   

Google and Amazon recently launched containers for off-premises cloud services. The rise in popularity of containers has led to questions about exactly what containers provide, how they differ from virtual machines (VMs), and if they are a replacement for VMs. This webinar explores the pros and cons of containers versus virtual machines, describes example use cases, and provides guidelines for using both containers and virtual machines.

 
OS and Content: The Role of Media and Software

Tuesday
Sep 13, 2016

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Led by: Rhoda Alexander, Director, Broadband Media
   

Tablets have proved to be incredibly disruptive in the mobile PC marketplace, elevating the importance of media, content, and the user experience. From smartphones to desktops, the operating system (OS) and the opportunity to access contentparticularly applications within that systemare now major purchase differentiators. As notebooks PCs and tablets converge, this shift is reshaping how we address productivity, usage, and content offerings as consumers and businesses evaluate their needs for features on these devices. This webinar looks at the role of media and software in determining content offerings on tablets and notebooks and the impact the choice of OS has on consumer and commercial capabilities.

 
Datacenter Transport Architectures and Equipment

Wednesday
Sep 14, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Heidi Adams, Senior Research Director, Transport Networks
Presented by: IHS Infonetics and Infinera
   

Data centers and ICPs (internet content providers) are a vibrant and rapidly-growing market for optical equipment and are currently the center of market attention. But their needs are different than those of traditional carriers, and some of these requirements are well known and others are not. This webinar outlines not only the needs of data centers and content providers, but how equipment manufacturers are building tailored products to address the unique needs of these customers.

 
Modular Uninterruptible Power Supplies: When and Where

Wednesday
Sep 14, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Jason Depreaux, Director, Data Centers, Cloud & IT Infrastructure
   

Rarely in critical applications does one approach fit all circumstances. Critical loads can be equally protected by a large centralized system or a more distributed scheme. This webinar explores situations in which the use of modular, or user serviceable and expandable, uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) make sense, outlining the up-front and ongoing cost differences that should be considered and presenting case studies demonstrating the potential cost savings of a modular approach to power.

 
Leveraging Policy and Charging to Support the Internet of Things

Sep 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Shira Levine, Research Director, Service Enablement and Subscriber Intelligence
   

Connections for embedded mobile machine-to-machine (M2M) applications are expected to skyrocket over the next few years. This represents a challenge for operators in terms of the impact of this additional traffic on their networks, particularly on the signaling network, but also an opportunity to inject themselves in the value chain for those M2M services. This webinar explores both sides of the coin: how operators can better manage M2M traffic while capitalizing on M2M as a revenue opportunity.

 
Mobility in the Manufacturing Marketplace

Thursday
Sep 15, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Alex West, Principal Analyst, Manufacturing Technology
   

Consumer electronic products have begun to filter into the industrial environment with the use of, often ruggedized, smartphones and tablets. While currently in its infancy, IHS predicts the global market for mobile apps to grow strongly, to $190 million in 2019. This webinar looks at how the mobile app market is developing, current and future demands on apps-based solutions, and how automation vendors are developing apps markets that support design and maintenance, reducing the impact on an aging workforce.

 
Strategies for Securing the IoT in the Enterprise

Wednesday
Sep 21, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Alex Green, Senior Director, IT & Networking
   

As sensors and other industrial devices become increasingly connected, enterprises face a host of security and privacy vulnerabilities, including the risk of hackers gaining access to sensitive operational systems and gaining access to sensitive data. Meanwhile, many processors are still being deployed with minimal or no security measures in place. This webinar details the Internet of Things (IoT) growth trends that are raising concerns around IoT edge security, analyzes the pros and cons of various hardware, software, and hybrid security deployment options, and identifies best practices for maintaining the highest levels of security as the IoT continues to proliferate.

 
Smart Cities: Strategic Opportunities for Operators

Thursday
Sep 22, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Sam Lucero, Senior Principal Analyst, M2M
   

Leading mobile operators, including Vodafone, Telefonica, and AT&T, have created smart city business units to capitalize on the growing trend for cities to use technology to improve efficiency and enhance citizens quality of life across a range of core city functions. Mobile operators base their smart city propositions on their extensive network infrastructure offerings. However, they also see a prime opportunity to move up the value stack and provide many more aspects of a complete smart city solution, typically with partners. This webinar discusses how operators can best optimize their smart city offers and help cities succeed in digitalization.

 
Getting Value from Carrier WiFi Beyond Data Offload

Tuesday
Sep 27, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Richard Webb, Research Director, Mobile Backhaul and Small Cells
   

Scaling and integrating WiFi with an existing fixed or mobile broadband network generates new challenges for operators, but it can generate more value for customers by offering more flexible and powerful connectivity. It also has the potential to drive new opportunities such as WiFi calling and roaming, location-based services, WiFi video and advertising services. This webinar evaluates how carriers can continue to build, operate and position integrated carrier WiFi, evolving it from a data offload overlay to an experience-enhancing extension of the network.

 
Broadband Equipment and Virtualized CPE: How will it work?

Wednesday
Sep 28, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: John Kendall, Senior Analyst, Connected Home & Smart Home
   

Network functions virtualization (NFV) and virtualized customer premises equipment (vCPE) are areas of extreme interest among both broadband providers and CPE suppliers. With increased interest in providing more services and more technology in the consumer home, virtualization is heralded as the next transformative technology in broadband CPE. This webinar looks at whats involved in the process of virtualization and what it means for the end user, the CPE in the home, and the network topology as a whole.

 
SDN Commercial Deployments: Emerging Business Cases

Thursday
Sep 29, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Michael Howard, Senior Research Director, Carrier Networks
   

Service providers deployed around 10 new software-defined networking (SDN)based live, commercial services in 2015. Some involve internal network traffic or operations or services, while others include services offered to customers, usually via a self-service portal. AT&T, Deutsche Telecom, and Telstra/Pacnet are among the early pioneers. A lot has been learned by moving SDN projects out of the lab and proof-of-concept (PoC) in to commercial deployment. A majority of operators say their 2 biggest barriers are the lack of carrier-grade software and mixing SDN technology into their own networks, processes, and operations. Each new deployment brings new factors to the business case. This webinar focuses on the emerging business cases for commercial SDN and the lessons learned by carriers that have deployed the technology.

 
The Cost of ICT Downtime

Thursday
Sep 29, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Matthias Machowinski, Research Director, Enterprise Networks and Video
   

Information and communication technology (ICT) has become the lifeblood of all types of organizations and is deeply embedded in everyday business processes from information lookup, customer communication, and order entry to the operation of online stores. When servers, applications, or networks experience outages or degradations, employees can no longer do their jobs properly and customers cant connect with the business. This webinar examines the costs that organizations incur during downtime events, such as revenue and productivity losses, and examines strategies for effectively minimizing the effects of downtime.

 
The Long-Term Prospects for Smart TV

Tuesday
Oct 4, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Paul Gray, Principal Analyst, Consumer Devices
   

Smart TV has evolved rapidly over the past few years, but what are its long-term prospects? How will platforms converge or fragment? How will other devices such as media streamers fit into this, and how will consumers use smart TVs in a world of applications and multi-device consumption? This webinar examines the market landscape, structures, successes, and failures of smart TV and explores what may work in the future.

 
Using APIs to Create Innovative Content Ecosystems

Thursday
Oct 6, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Shira Levine, Research Director, Service Enablement and Subscriber Intelligence
   

Operators are looking to expand their reach by exposing APIs to application development communities. By sharing API data like policy management, subscriber data, and authentication, operators could further differentiate themselves from device manufacturers and build value. This webinar will discuss the opportunity for network and subscriber API exposure, including possible revenue models, the use of third-party content providers versus internal developers, and models for applying API exposure to the enterprise market.

 
IoT Edge Analytics: The Key to Business Transformation

Wednesday
Oct 12, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Alex Green, Senior Director, IT & Networking
   

Its clear that collecting, learning from, and acting on edge device data in real time is the key to building innovative Internet of Things (IoT) applications. But in order to scale to support thousands of endpoints, this data must be acted on where it livesnot in the cloud. This webinar identifies strategies for building IoT applications that can utilize edge device data to identify efficiencies, redefine supply chains, make businesses more nimble, and strengthen customer relationships.

 
The Digital Oil Field: Managing Costs with IoT

Wednesday
Oct 19, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Alex West, Principal Analyst, Manufacturing Technology
   

In the oil and gas industry, networking technologies that connect devices offer the potential to provide a better understanding of processes, reduce costs, and increase efficiency in the field. Solutions offering the promise to effectively implement and promote IoT (Internet of Things) abound in the market. This webinar examines the technological challenges in the oil and gas industry today and how suppliers and users alike can benefit from adopting an IoT strategy.

 
Carrier Results from Virtual Router Deployments

Thursday
Oct 20, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Michael Howard, Senior Research Director, Carrier Networks
   

Virtual routers, or vRouters,-the software-only version of router functions that run on commercial servers-have arrived and service providers are evaluating, testing and beginning to deploy them in new ways in live networks. vRouters have been used for many years for the control plane function, virtual route reflection, and as lab simulators to test or plan network changes. A new breed of vRouter is carrier grade based on the code used on physical routers adapted to run on servers, usually with modular design efficiencies to run on multiple virtual machines, processor cores, processors and servers. Carriers are exploring the best ways to deploy vRouters and determining which functions to deploy first from among the evolved packet gateway, provider edge router, customer edge router and broadband network gateway. This webinar examines what carriers have learned from early deployments of vRouters, both the wins and the gotchas.

 
UHD/4K Public Displays: When Will Growth Pick Up?

Tuesday
Oct 25, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Todd Fender, Principal Analyst, Small/Medium Display
   

Public displays continue to show strong growth, but the transition to 4K ultra-high definition (UHD) has not been as rapid as the industry expected. Cost is one factor, but what else is impacting adoption rates? This webinar explores why 4K has not yet experienced rapid growth in public displays and provides an outlook for when it will pick up in the future.

 
Moving Beyond Borders for VoLTE

Wednesday
Oct 26, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Diane Myers, Research Director, VoIP, UC and IMS
   

As VoLTE (voice over LTE) begins to ramp, the new challenge is enabling users to have a seamless service across operators and international borders. The big debate is whether to utilize local breakout (LBO) or S8 home routing (S8HR). With different operators falling into different camps, itll only get more complicated over time. Is one approach favored over the other, or will operators need to learn to live with both? This webinar provides insights into the benefits and challenges associated with VoLTE roaming approaches and discusses important considerations for mobile operators moving forward.

 
Optical Encryption:
A New Layer of Security for Network Services

Thursday
Oct 27, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Heidi Adams, Senior Research Director, Transport Networks
   

As more content and services move to the cloud, providing secure connectivity to the cloud and between data centers is crucial. While optical transport was once considered immune to attacks, recent events have highlighted a pressing need to introduce more security into this layer of the network. This webinar explores the challenges in securing network services with existing Layer 2/3 solutions, and looks at how options at Layer 1, including optical in-flight encryption, can be introduced to add a new layer of security to networking infrastructure and services.

 
Expanding the IoT Opportunity with LPWAN Connectivity

Wednesday
Nov 2, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Sam Lucero, Senior Principal Analyst, M2M
   

Low-power wide area networking (LPWAN) technologies for machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) applications have become a leading concern in the telecom industry with the recent announcements of a $115 million funding round by Sigfox, the formation of the LoRa Alliance, and the introduction of the Weightless-N specification. This webinar discusses how LPWAN technologies can best be used to optimize M2M and IoT solutions for enterprise customers.

 
Leveraging SDN and NFV for Backhaul

Thursday
Nov 3, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Richard Webb, Research Director, Mobile Backhaul and Small Cells
   

Software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV) will have a disruptive and transformative impact by creating virtualized and programmable networks. By deploying SDN and NFV, operators can create backhaul solutions that lower cost and generate greater flexibility and efficiencies in the network. This webinar considers the challenges and opportunities for combining SDN and NFV in the backhaul network, to enhance network-wide intelligence, optimize traffic and define operator policies.

 
Innovations in Connected Audio

Tuesday
Nov 8, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Paul Erickson, Senior Analyst, Connected Home
   

As the music-listening landscape becomes increasingly influenced by consumer electronics (CE) devices such as smartphones and tablets, home audio devices are being adapted to better integrate with these CE devices. The innovation of streaming services into the connected home has reinvigorated the music industry and is facilitating the transition to a truly on-demand and forward-looking consumer experience that encompasses recommendations, deep metadata, intelligent caching, and multi-device analytics. This webinar examines how connected audio has changed consumer expectations for this crucial type of media within the modern, connected home.

 
Getting to a Software-defined Broadband Network

Wednesday
Nov 9, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: John Kendall, Senior Analyst, Connected Home & Smart Home
   

At present, there is much discussion about software-defined networking (SDN) and how to utilize it in current network deployments. However, the term SDN encapsulates a rather large space of diverse solutions that can be at times ill-defined. This webinar looks at whats involved in a SDN, what it means to deploy SDN technology, and how broadband providers can leverage SDN architecture.

 
The Converged Data Center Infrastructure of the Future

Thursday
Nov 10, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Cliff Grossner, Research Director, Data Center, Cloud and SDN
   

Bundled solutions for the data center are taking a larger slice of the market, and many vendors are jumping in. Traditional thinking points to best-of-breed horizontal solutions that provide maximum flexibility, while bundled solutions create specialized islands in the data center tuned for specific applications. This webinar explores the adoption of bundled solutions and discusses the advantages and disadvantages of the best-of-breed and bundled approaches, providing guidelines for purchase-decision makers.

 
Throwdown: AMOLED vs. TFT-LCD in Tablets and Notebooks

Thursday
Nov 17, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Rhoda Alexander, Director, Broadband Media
   

New display technologies provide vendors with additional options for product differentiation of tablets and notebook PCs. How manufacturers price, incorporate, and differentiate AMOLED (active-matrix organic light-emitting diode) is crucial to the success of this technology in consumer devices. Innovations in TFT-LCD (thin-film transistor liquid crystal display) production, films, glass production, and backlighting are narrowing the performance gap between TFT-LCD and AMOLED. How these technologies fare in the battleground for tablets and notebooks will have a big impact on display technology production and may even impact the consumer appeal of these devices. This webinar outlines the competing benefits of AMOLED and TFT-LCD, the cost and positioning of the technologies, the current market trends, and the future consumer opportunity.

 
Carrier Deployments of Next-Gen MPLS:
Segment Routing at Work

Thursday
Dec 15, 2016

ON24 online webcast

Led by: Michael Howard, Senior Research Director, Carrier Networks
   

Carriers have been using MPLS for over 15 years as the principal technique to achieve virtual connections-IP MPLS VPNs-in IP networks that are basically packet-oriented and connection-less. MPLS was simple in the beginning, but it has grown to solve many real-world network problems and use cases. But the architecture and complexity of carrier networks has been changing due to the pressures of mobility, video, cloud and data centers-and just more networks and network usage. Enter the next generation of MPLS, segment routing, to reduce some of the rising complexities of giant networks connecting just about everything and everybody. This webinar explores how carriers are using and planning to use next-gen MPLS, and the problems they are solving.

 
DAS and Small Cells: Can They Coexist?


ON24 online webcast

Led by: Stéphane Téral, Research Director, Mobile Infrastructure and Carrier Economics
   

So far, the bulk of distributed antenna system (DAS) deployments have happened in large venues, stadiums in particular. But the completion of major stadium projects has led the DAS industry to look at other types of indoor applications such as hotels and enterprise buildings, which are also a target for small cells. This webinar explores the coexistence of DAS and small cells.

 
The Evolving Broadcast Video Infrastructure


ON24 online webcast

Led by: Tom Morrod, Senior Director, Consumer Electronics
   

From multiscreen to all-IP, and from adaptive bit rate (ABR) to cloud DVR and other network-based services, traditional video processing and playout are undergoing dramatic shifts in basic functionality. This webinar helps pay TV providers understand what capabilities they'll need from their video processing platforms to deliver a rapidly increasing collection of services, including cloud DVR, hybrid multicast, over-the-top (OTT) delivery, and just-in-time packaging of both multicast and unicast streams.

 
Threat Mitigation 2.0: Unifying Host and Network Protection


ON24 online webcast

Led by: Jeff Wilson, Research Director, Cybersecurity Technology
   

As advanced threat detection and mitigation capabilities mature and find their way into a wide range of security platforms, its becoming increasingly clear that host and network-based solutions need to work together to more quickly identify threats, share threat information, and provide the shortest path to quarantine and remediation. This webinar looks at advanced threat mitigation strategies for making the threat exposure gap as small as possible.

 
Lighting Up the Dark Corners: In-Building Wireless


ON24 online webcast

Led by: Richard Webb, Research Director, Mobile Backhaul and Small Cells
   

With the majority of mobile traffic being generated indoors, its crucial that mobile operators ensure service continuity within buildings with high user density. But what are the technology solutions for in-building data density and coverage, and to what extent are they complementary? What other challenges exist when working with enterprises, venue owners and backhaul providers? This webinar looks at what models are proving successful indoors.

 
The (R)evolution of the Machine


ON24 online webcast

Led by: Alex West, Principal Analyst, Manufacturing Technology
   

Manufacturing is entering a decade that will see changes not only in processes, but also suppliers and manufacturing locations. This will necessitate a (r)evolution as the integration of internet-connected devices, adoption of automated components and processes, and access to real-time production data lead end-users to migrate to smarter machines. This webinar looks at how the drive to smarter machines benefits manufacturers and offers consumers more focused and customized solutions, bringing about production benefits including cost reduction, reduced downtime, higher quality, and increased throughput and creating a competitive advantage.

 
Moving Key Video Features to the Cloud


ON24 online webcast

Led by: Tom Morrod, Senior Director, Consumer Electronics
Presented by: IHS Infonetics and Artesyn, 2 Sponsor Positions Available
   

As the set-top box (STB) becomes just one video display device among many, unifying the user interface (UI) and ensuring services and capabilities across all devices becomes critical. This webinar focuses on how pay TV providers can move features traditionally associated with the STBDVR, catch-up TV, start-over TV, and advanced advertising to the cloud, enabling cost savings and easier delivery of these services across their entire multi-screen base.

 
Migrating Session Border Controllers to the Cloud


ON24 online webcast

Led by: Diane Myers, Research Director, VoIP, UC and IMS
   

One of the leading use cases for service provider element virtualization is voice over IP (VoIP) and IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) networks. Service providers, including mobile operators, are looking to migrate their session border controllers (SBCs) to the cloud for operational efficiency and to better align costs with network usage. With subscribers quickly scaling with the rise of voice over LTE (VoLTE), this is an immediate area of change. This webinar provides insights into the benefits and challenges of moving SBCs to the cloud, and discusses important considerations for planning the move to virtualization.

 
Colocation Data Centers: Why and How


ON24 online webcast

Led by: Elizabeth Cruz, Senior Analyst, Data Centers, Cloud & IT Infrastructure
   

Multi-tenant, or colocation, data centers are an increasingly popular way for companies to minimize their IT capex, improve connectivity with customers and other service providers, and reduce downtime. Over the past 5 years, significant improvement has been realized by implementing colocation, with over a third of participants in a recent survey of data center professionals reporting their organizations lease space from colocation providers and more making the move every day. This webinar provides insights on the basics of colocation data centers, what to look for when choosing a provider, and implementation recommendations.

 
5G for IoT: Optimizing Cellular Networks for the IoT Market


ON24 online webcast

Led by: Sam Lucero, Senior Principal Analyst, M2M
   

The mobile community is developing technologies to evolve 4G and lay the groundwork for 5G networks that will enable fit-for-purpose IoT service offerings by mobile operators. These technologies aim to both dramatically increase the volume of devices that can be supported and extend mobile use cases to mission-critical applications. Increased scale, reduced power consumption, reduced latency, reduced cost, more efficient operation, and more robust connectivity are all goals for 5G component technologies. This webinar assesses the impact of 5G technologies on the IHS forecast of $20 billion in cellular IoT connectivity services revenue in 2020 and the opportunities they create for mobile operators.

 
5G: Evolutionary or Revolutionary?


ON24 online webcast

Led by: Stéphane Téral, Research Director, Mobile Infrastructure and Carrier Economics
   

As the planet approaches full LTE coverage, the migration to 4G is well under way and since it takes at least a decade to commercially launch a new generation of mobile technology, the time has already come to explore 5G. But the question is: Do we really want use 4G as the foundation, which then will be evolutionary 5G, or should we invent and develop brand new technologies? This webinar tackles these questions and more.

 
Moving to 4K Video Surveillance: What You Need to Know


ON24 online webcast

Led by: Jon Cropley, Principal Analyst, Video Surveillance
   

4K is expected to be the next big thing in video surveillance, and a growing number of vendors have introduced 4K surveillance cameras. But are their customers ready for 4K technology? What are the bandwidth implications? And what are the advantages and disadvantages of moving to 4K? This webinar address these questions and explores how rapidly other technologies have been adopted in the video surveillance market and how fast 4K is likely to be adopted.

 

"C-RAN is emerging as the default 5G architecture and will eventually morph into cloud RAN as more and more mobile network functions are virtualized."

Stéphane Téral, Principal Analyst, Mobile Infrastructure and Carrier Economics

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