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Kubernetes and the data centre - is a full scale migration possible?

Data centres used to be exactly that - the centres of our data worlds, where all information, files and records would be kept and controlled.

28 May 2021 | Patrick McFadin

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    What are the key success factors in the wireless industry?

    09 June 2021 | Ray Williamson

    For the wireless industry to succeed, it depends on a combination of various factors. Ray Williamson, director, European product management, Huawei Wireless explains what they are

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    Going big in business messaging

    03 June 2021 | Tim Ward

    Tim Ward, VP of Number Information Services at XConnect, writes about optimising A2P offerings with numbering intelligence

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    How CSPs can use data to drive M&A success

    28 May 2021 | Harry Dougall

    Technology integration is the second most commonly cited challenge when it comes to M&A deals. Harry Dougall, CFO and founding partner at Sagacity writes on how it can be tackled

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    Kubernetes and the data centre - is a full scale migration possible?

    28 May 2021 | Patrick McFadin

    Data centres used to be exactly that - the centres of our data worlds, where all information, files and records would be kept and controlled.

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    Smart Submarine Infrastructure - The Future of Global Connectivity

    28 May 2021 | Ian Clarke

    Contrary to popular belief, satellites account for a miniscule part of keeping the world connected

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    Building an Nx400G lane optical highway on Mx75GHz lanes

    27 May 2021 | Jonathan Homa

    As the adage goes, freedom without order is a sure path to chaos. Jonathan Homa, senior director of solutions marketing at Ribbon explains how it applies to spectrum fragmentation.

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    Mid-band and low-band spectrum to transform 5G development

    25 May 2021 | Kevin Hasley

    The recent spectrum auction in the UK holds the potential to boost the development of 5G in general while also improving the user experience and expanding our connected communities across the country.

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    Changing focus

    17 May 2021 | Mark Redmond

    The ongoing pandemic has brought many leadership challenges, and not all related to finance. In the first of a new series, Three UK’s chief people officer, Mark Redmond, writes about leading through a pandemic and how the idea of paying it forward is driving the company’s new wellbeing strategy

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    Overcoming the business case paradox

    17 May 2021 | Sam Evans

    Despite the abundance of use cases, carriers face challenges when it comes to implementing blockchain. Sam Evans, senior MD at Delta Partners Group, explores the reasons – and solutions

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    A foundational building block

    17 May 2021 | Gopikrishnan Konnanath, Manah Khalil

    For telcos looking to automate increasingly sophisticated transactions, blockchain presents the first step in the journey. By Gopikrishnan Konnanath, SVP and service offering head – blockchain and Oracle services, Infosys, and Manah Khalil, director – identity, fraud platform and emerging technologies, Verizon

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    Embracing Difference

    17 May 2021 | Rachael Wilson

    Rachael Wilson, managing director of UK-based equality, diversity and inclusion consultancy EW Group, explores the need to think differently about neurodiversity.

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    Why should more organisations consider using Private Cellular Networking?

    17 May 2021 | James Bristow,

    In our increasingly connected world, the use of IoT devices and high bandwidth applications has become more prolific across multiple industries, and there is a need for broader, more reliable coverage.