In MEF 3.0 PoC (106), we endeavour to demonstrate how two important new concepts—SASE Services and Lean NFV—can make working remotely safe and painless, for both the employee and the enterprise that hires them.
MEF 3.0 PoC (136) explores how two rising technologies, SD-WAN and Kubernetes, relate and the benefits that arise from deeper integration between them, from within the perspective of the MEF 3.0 SD-WAN standardization initiatives.
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To illustrate this AI/ML-based use case, MEF 3.0 PoC (138) is implementing what we term ‘extreme slicing’ over 5G to a MEC, to support both facial recognition and fish recognition along the coastline in Okinawa, Japan, protecting these scarce marine resources.
Introducing the MEF-SDCP Self Study Portal and MEF Professional Certification Corporate Program, both designed to enable individuals and companies to quickly and cost-effectively achieve their MEF Professional Certification objectives.
What do Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality (AR/VR), cloud gaming, smart cities, 5G, autonomous vehicles, healthcare sensors, surveillance, and facial recognition all have in common? The need for low-latency connectivity enabled by networks architected with edge computing. For some service providers, edge computing trials have already started. For others, edge computing plans won’t be formulated for a... Read More
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