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  • The world cuts the cable: Wireless Traffic to Exceed Fixed IP Traffic Next Year by Andrew Mackay, Manager Mobile Solutions, Cisco SystemsOne key take out for me from the latest Cisco VNI report is that wireless traffic is about to exceed fixed for the first time. Today wireless (Wi-Fi & Mobile) is 46% of total IP traffic, in 5-years it will be 67%. In fact at the projected rate of traffic migration this significant milestone will be reached next year.Proportion of total global IP traffic:This is no surprise given the way Mobile devices have become the internet portal of choice to the majority. Along the way customer power has liberated the device from the Service Provi...
  • MSE 10 at Mobile World Congress 2015 Cisco’s Connected Mobile Experience (CMX) solution employs data from the Wi-Fi network to generate information about devices visiting a venue. At the center of the CMX product is the Mobility Service Engine (MSE), version 10 of which was announced at Cisco Live! Milan. MSE 10 was recently successfully deployed at Mobile World Congress 2015 where it monitored visitor activity for the full event. In this blog, we’ll show how MSE 10 was used to generate custom reports during the event to give some interesting insights into how the conference unfolded. 
  • Observations from Mobile World Congress 2015 This year a record 93,000 plus people congregated in Barcelona for Mobile World Congress 2015 – the premier technology festival.  Much has changed in the industry over the last year since I reported my observations of MWC 2014.  However, what is most remarkable is how the boundaries of mobility continue to expand and morph – everything now seems to be mobile?  As such, the show offers a fascinating glimpse into the future of technology and the major social and business shifts that we can expect in the next few years. Read my 12 big observations from the show and peak into the future.
  • [White Paper] Software - Defined Networking: Discover How to Save Money and Generate New Revenue [White Paper] Software - Defined Networking: Discover How to Save Money and Generate New Revenue from Cisco Service Provider Software-defined networking (SDN) can help businesses and service providers reduce networking complexity, as well as deployment and operational costs. These benefits are based on abstraction of the control functions from the network forwarding devices (such as switches, routers, and Layer 4 to 7 appliances). Abstraction helps simplify development or modification of new or existing services and applications, and that simplification drives costs down and contribut...
  • Belgacom Expands Relationship with Cisco to Offer Innovative Mobile Internet Services Cisco Mobility Solution to Provide 2G, 3G, 4G/LTE Connectivity for Belgacom Customers SAN JOSE, Calif., - September 18, 2014 - Cisco today announced that Belgacom has broadened its relationship with Cisco and purchased additional Cisco mobile Internet products to help evolve its network and provide Belgacom customers with mobile Internet experiences. The Cisco products are the Cisco Serving GPRS Support Node (SGSN) and Cisco Mobility Management Entity (MME), key components of the Cisco® Aggregated Services Router (ASR) 5000 Series. Belgacom is a leading Belgian telecommunications service pr...
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