Read this blog post to understand what SDN and NFV are, their roles in adapting networks for current and future demands, and main differences between both.
As IoT moves steadily into the mainstream, there are a lot of appliance and industrial’s vendors that are already involved in IoT platforms. There is a future for mobile operators where they are not left behind – but it won’t last forever. This blog post sheds some light on what that future may look like.
Self-provisioning is a feature designed by many service providers which allows their customers to provide themselves with resources, and set up services without the intervention of the technical staff or the service providers themselves. It is a very important way of giving the customers a good user experience when they purchase products and experience an easy manner to start them up.
IoT is today at the center of any near-future communications talk. As it should be given that there are so many questions about it, and every decision is a wager. Infrastructure, back-office, and even business model decisions will determine the success or failure within an uncertain scenario. But one question remains unanswered. And it’s vital.
A problem I often have is the tedious task of watering my garden or plants. I can try to solve it with a simple solution based on the Internet of Things (IoT) concept and user-friendly technology like Arduino, a simple circuit board. I’ll explain how easy it is to do it from the very beginning.