0 comments on “5G Americas Analyst Forum 2018: Key Takeaways”

5G Americas Analyst Forum 2018: Key Takeaways

neXt Curve principal, Akshay Sharma, attended 5G Americas held in Dallas, Texas.  5G Americas is an industry trade organization headquarters in Bellevue, Washington, composed of leading telecommunications service providers and manufacturers with a mission to advocate for the advancement of LTE wireless technologies and their evolution to 5G. Attendees included the leadership of mobile carriers in the Americas, executives from the network equipment vendors, and leading analysts from the global analyst community.

2 comments on “Market Insight: Holistic Security is Key to Meet the Digital Security Threats of Today & Tomorrow”

Market Insight: Holistic Security is Key to Meet the Digital Security Threats of Today & Tomorrow

On October 4th, 2018, Bloomberg's Businessweek released a report alleging that Chinese spies implanted a "malicious chip" into server motherboards assembled by Super Micro Computer Inc. (Supermicro), a U.S.-based Original Device Manufacturer (ODM) that manufactures servers used in hyperscale data…

0 comments on “The Democratization of 5G Everything”

The Democratization of 5G Everything

The original telco central offices of the past had legacy mainframe-like telephone switches with legacy voice features, which was ideal in the 1980’s and 1990’s but are archaic today. With VoIP over LTE in the cloud, these local offices can be re-architected into 5G nano-datacenters that provide very low latency fixed and mobile access and distributed edge computing that will enable new and innovative hyperconverged IT/CT applications and services that avail new business models and network monetization opportunities for operators.

0 comments on “Market Insights: Apple Ushers in The Next Big Thing in Device Security & Privacy – eSIM”

Market Insights: Apple Ushers in The Next Big Thing in Device Security & Privacy – eSIM

While eSIM's have been used in the Samsung Gear 2 3G, Google Pixel 2, iPad Pro (Apple SIM) and the Series 3 Apple Watch, the iPhone has the potential to accelerate the broader eSIM adoption among carriers across the globe laying the foundation for the next big thing in Internet of Things (IoT) endpoint privacy and security.

0 comments on “Market Insights: Another Intel Security Flaw? How This Foreshadows Delays for 5G.”

Market Insights: Another Intel Security Flaw? How This Foreshadows Delays for 5G.

On 8/14/2018, Intel revealed another security flaw has been exposed called “Foreshadow”, whereby a botnet could bypass the safeguards and create a "shadow copy" at an unprotected location of the computer's CPU rendering Intel’s security measures inert. Currently this vulnerability…

7 comments on “Contextually-Aware Mobile Security as a Service: The Key to IoT Security and GDPR Compliance & Readiness with Blockchain”

Contextually-Aware Mobile Security as a Service: The Key to IoT Security and GDPR Compliance & Readiness with Blockchain

Mobile carriers with Managed Security Service Providers have the opportunity to address and solve some of the challenging cybersecurity issues threatening consumers and businesses alike, such as hardware-level vulnerabilities, encryption hacks, and inter-application data breaches, that are increasing the risk…

1 comment on “Retail/Hospitality Industries Digitally Transformed: The Next Mobile Carrier Killer App”

Retail/Hospitality Industries Digitally Transformed: The Next Mobile Carrier Killer App

Mobile carriers have the opportunity to reshape industries, such as the hospitality and retail industries, through 5G networking combined with edge computing as the IoT transformation is permeating through the US economy. Historically, retail, hospitality and restaurants were powered and…