Ericsson, Oppo and Qualcomm successfully test 5G business networks division

Ericsson, Oppo and Qualcomm successfully test 5G business networks division

Swedish telecommunications equipment company Ericsson has successfully tested its 5G network split on an Oppo phone with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset running on Android 12. The test used Ericsson’s Dynamic Network Slicing Selection and its 5G RAN slicing, which delivered the network capabilities required for this new solution in oppo 5G communications laboratory. … Read more

How technology and transformation are bridging the Ts in OTT

How technology and transformation are bridging the Ts in OTT

GUEST REVIEW: Digital transformation has impacted virtually every industry, and the entertainment industry is no exception to this category. Over the past decade, the way people consume entertainment has been completely transformed. The OTT market continues to witness a shift in the way users consume and interact with content, with the pandemic further accelerating its … Read more

Technologists define key focus areas for full observability and recognize the need for a holistic approach

Technologists define key focus areas for full observability and recognize the need for a holistic approach

INVITED RESEARCH Technologists across industries have recognized the urgent need to leverage their current application monitoring tools and techniques to deal with the heightened levels of complexity they now face in every corner of their IT estate. They are looking to bring together disconnected tools to gain a unified view of IT performance and availability … Read more

How does cybersecurity help prevent internet crimes?

How does cybersecurity help prevent internet crimes?

PARTNER CONTENT: Global cybersecurity damage is expected to cost up to $10.5 trillion annually by 2025, at a 15% annual growth rate. It means that cyber crimes are increasing at an alarming rate. So, each and every organization has set its sights on the cybersecurity horizon. Believe it or not, cyber security is the only … Read more

Broadcom bolsters security business with $61 billion purchase of VMware

Broadcom bolsters security business with  billion purchase of VMware

Cloud Security, Endpoint Security, Governance and Risk Management Agreement will bring together Symantec’s $1.6 billion and VMware’s $1 billion security practices Michael Novison (miguelnovinson) • May 26, 2022 Update – May 26, 2022: This story was updated with comments Broadcom Chairman and CEO Hock Tan and Broadcom Software Group Chairman Tom Krause made during a … Read more

Broadcom bolsters security business with $61 billion purchase of VMware

Broadcom bolsters security business with  billion purchase of VMware

Cloud Security, Endpoint Security, Governance and Risk Management Agreement will bring together Symantec’s $1.6 billion and VMware’s $1 billion security practices Michael Novison (miguelnovinson) • May 26, 2022 Broadcom has agreed to buy virtualization and cloud giant VMware for $61 billion, bringing together Symantec’s $1.6 billion and VMware’s $1 billion security practices. See also: Securing … Read more

How Broadcom’s acquisition of VMware would change cybersecurity

How Broadcom’s acquisition of VMware would change cybersecurity

Endpoint security, governance and risk management Symantec’s plight under Broadcom presents a warning to CISOs using VMware Michael Novison (miguelnovinson) • May 23, 2022 Symantec’s tumultuous experience under Broadcom control over the past two and a half years presents a warning to CISOs currently using VMware security technology. See also: On demand | Remote Employees … Read more

How Broadcom’s acquisition of VMware would change cybersecurity

How Broadcom’s acquisition of VMware would change cybersecurity

Endpoint security, governance and risk management Symantec’s plight under Broadcom presents a warning to CISOs using VMware Michael Novison (miguelnovinson) • May 23, 2022 Symantec’s tumultuous experience under Broadcom control over the past two and a half years presents a warning to CISOs currently using VMware security technology. See also: Live webinar tomorrow | Remote … Read more

NortonLifeLock must pay Columbia $185 million for patent theft

NortonLifeLock must pay Columbia 5 million for patent theft

Fraud and cybercrime management, Identity fraud, Legislation and litigation NortonLifeLock’s method of detecting malicious behavior infringes Columbia patents Michael Novison (miguelnovinson) • May 3, 2022 A federal jury has ordered NortonLifeLock to pay Columbia University $185.1 million after finding the company infringed on two of the Ivy League giant’s patents. See also: LIVE webinar tomorrow … Read more