Posted by Arthur Cole on September 12, 2019
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Networking has long relied on proprietary architecture, particularly on the transport layer. The thinking behind this is that while single-vendor solutions tend to be more expensive, they are also more reliable and easier to manage than a collection of interoperable boxes.

But this attitude is quickly coming to an end as new technologies and new data networking requirements fuel demand for open and disaggregated solutions ...
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Posted by Nir Laufer on September 10, 2019
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Officially, there’s no explanation for what caused the recent disruption at Israel's busiest airport. For three weeks, flights were affected by mysterious disruption to signals from the Global Positioning System (GPS). Pilots reporting navigation system errors with inaccurate “spoofed” locations had to resort to alternative methods to land planes ...
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Posted by Dean Anthony Gratton on September 03, 2019
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Let’s face it, artificial intelligence (AI) is a confused subject with the industry currently exaggerating its role, purpose and capabilities. We are all still scratching our heads wondering if the world will have to endure a society of robots with their associated “robot rights” and, of course, there’s the fear that they may render humanity pointless ...
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Posted by Arthur Cole on August 27, 2019
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Wide area networks are in the midst of a dramatic transformation. Whereas once they were used almost exclusively for bulk data transfers between centralized and remote processing centers, they are quickly converting to fabric-style architectures supporting live data connections between the data center, the cloud and the IoT edge ...
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