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Ultra-broadband Security Gateway

Intel released a joint white paper today covering multi-access edge security written together with Network Builder partners Advantech, Casa Systems and Wind River. Entitled “Virtual Security Gateways at Network Edge Are Key to Protecting Ultra Broadband Mobile Networks”, the paper describes how combined technologies from the four partners create a virtualized security gateway with real-time processing even for small packets...

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Meet Advantech at MWC 2016

Meet Advantech at MWC 2016

With MWC just over a month away make sure you meet the Advantech NCG team in Barcelona to discuss how our latest platforms enhanced by a strong and flourishing ecosystem can help you meet your next generation infrastructure challenges through a broader choice of x86 platforms for core, edge and access deployment. We recently introduced a series of products based on the Intel® Xeon® Processor D-1500 product family scaling  from...

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Moving the Bar for High End Networking Gear

Moving the Bar for High End Networking Gear

Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco kicked off today with another new wave of announcements. After Advantech’s introduction of a new range of entry-level appliances in unison with the Intel Atom processor C2000family launch last week , today’s news addresses the other end of the spectrum, the spot where very high-end networking gear screams out for all the performance it can get – lots of cores and lots of 10G/40G...

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The New Mobile Horizon – Mobile World Congress 2013

The New Mobile Horizon – Mobile World Congress 2013

Every year at this time the build-up to the largest mobile technology show, Mobile World Congress (MWC), begins in earnest. Vendors start their product introduction cycles and journalists start publishing stories about what you can expect at MWC. As you might expect, much of the early publicity is about the new smartphones, tablets and other mobile technology the will be introduced.  A good example highlighting the expected announcements...

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LTE Packet Core goes small scale

LTE Packet Core goes small scale

So, you are driving along using a mobile phone as your navigator and all of a sudden, the map disappears.  You take a look at the screen and see the reason immediately – the symbol indicating the type of network connection has turned into an E (for Edge.)  In today’s world, the definition of ‘the boonies’ is anywhere with a slow (OK, very very slow) Edge connection. Even as LTE and other ‘4G’ networks expand, the service...

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4 Days of 4G

4 Days of 4G

Technically, 4G refers to an ITU-R requirements specification called IMT-Advanced (International Mobile Telecommunications Advanced). The document specifies the peak speed requirements for high mobility communications (such as from cars and trains) at 100Mbits/s and 1Gbits/s for low mobility communications. However, throughout the telecommunications industry, 4G simply represents the 4th generation of mobile phone and mobile communications...

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