Unless you live an incredibly sheltered life, you have probably heard a lot about how great 5G is going to be. And unless you are incredibly naïve, you probably don’t believe a word of it.
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Welcome to the official blog of RAD, a global telecom access solutions and products vendor. We’ll be blogging on a wide range of hot topics affecting service providers and critical infrastructure network operators. Our resident experts will be discussing vCPE, Cyber Security, 5G, Industrial IoT and much more.
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- Jun 10, 2019
- Jun 03, 2019
This is the first of a three-part SD-WAN series on the evolution of SD-WAN, vCPE, uCPE and the emerging importance of the vCPE operating system. In this first article, we'll examine the origins of the SD-WAN with respect to vCPEs and follow with a second article focusing on the vCPE platform; the third and last article will discuss the evolution of the vCPE and SD-WAN.
- May 27, 2019
In our last blog post, we’ve discussed how critical infrastructure communications networks are affected by equipment vendors discontinuing their legacy devices in favor of newer generations.
- May 20, 2019
RAD’s blog typically focuses on new, disruptive technologies, but we mustn’t forget that many network operators – including critical communications such as for utilities, transportation, first responders, etc., – still employ a vast array of legacy communications equipment and infrastructure to transport voice and sensitive data, including SCADA and Teleprotection.
- May 13, 2019
- May 06, 2019
Network disaggregation, and NFV in particular, opens the door for communications service providers (CSPs) to make their technology validation and procurement cycles more agile.
- Apr 29, 2019
After reviewing, at length, zero-touch provisioning (ZTP) for uCPEs, in this blog post we will focus on secure ZTP for IIoT over public networks.
- Apr 22, 2019
Organizations looking to roll out Industrial IoT (IIoT) deployments face many issues that require addressing, as has already been discussed here in this blog.
- Apr 15, 2019
IP forwarding is typically based on destination addresses (and perhaps the DSCP), but sometimes we need better control over the precise path a packet travels to its destination.
- Apr 08, 2019
Despite widespread endorsement of competition law theories, the western world has become very monopolistic when it comes to anything that is connected to the Internet.
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