Collaborations and mergers to skyrocket the 5G infrastructure industry

The deployment of 5G infrastructure has been becoming essential with an inclination toward development of smart cities. Moreover, there is a significant increase in demand for mobile broadband services. Telecommunication operators have undertaken the strategy of combining forces with vendors for deployment of 5G infrastructure. Orange, a Spanish giant, combined with ZTE for deployment of 5G network in Spain, following the collaboration with Ericsson and Huawei. In addition, a French telecommunication operator Iliad joins hands with Nokia for 5G infrastructure deployment in France and Italy.   In addition, telecom giants…

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Rapid Launches of Next-Generation Firewall Strengthens Evolving Security Architecture

The advent of next-generation firewall (NGFW) was out of the blue, but today it is holding together the ever-evolving network security. It is the third generation of firewall technology that is completely capable of detecting as well as blocking unforeseen cyberattacks by enforcing security policies at the port and protocol level. Moreover, NGFW operates beyond basic protocol inspection to enhance inspection at an application-level and brings intelligence from outside the firewall. The surge in IoT-based complex threat landscape and increase in a number of data breach cases have skyrocketed the…

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What is 5G technology and how can you make money from it?

What is 5G? The next big innovation in mobile internet connectivity is 5G Networks. 5G Networks will offer faster speeds and increased reliability for smartphone connections and other devices. 5G connections are capable of offering networks that are significantly faster than current 3G and 4G solutions. Average download speeds of 1GBps are expected enabled through the latest 5G research and cutting-edge network technology. 5G Networks are expected to launch across the world by 2020, initially working alongside the existing 3G and 4G networks. This will provide exceedingly faster connections allowing…

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Trump administration is considering nationalizing 5G mobile network

According to a shocking report by (CNN): The US government is considering a federal takeover of portions of the country’s mobile broadband networks. This is according to documents obtained by Axios.     A safeguard against Chinese cybersecurity is cited by a National Security Council official in a presentation to senior members of the President Donald Trump’s administration. The suggestion is that the United States needs to centralize its 5G network. Government control of 5G infrastructure would be unprecedented and highly controversial, as the industry has traditionally been privately controlled…

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