In considering the user experience MSOs will be expected to provide in the future, content will remain important but the other two winners in this future environment are connectivity and cloud. Jointly these will reduce the complexity that exists in today´s networks and devices and unlock unfulfilled commercialization potential.
By moving to a cable edge cloud architecture and using technologies such as SDN and NFV, operators can create a network that is 100 times more powerful — in terms of higher bandwidth and lower latency — than today.
The next phase in our network evolution will result in a total optimization of the user experience, with the ultimate goal being creation of networks with seemingly infinite capacity. This will affect the entire value chain from content producers through network providers to end device manufacturers.
How will NFV/SDN transform service provider opex? By E. Hernandez-Valencia, F. Izzo, B. Polonsky
Bell Labs Consulting inaugural report finds human demand for a digital future anywhere...
Ray LeMaistre of Light Reading interviews Bell Labs President Marcus Weldon on the goals and vision of Bell Labs.
Authored by Ken Budka, Jayant Deshpande, and Marina Thottan, Communication Networks for Small Grids presents an application-centric approach to the development of smart grid communication architecture and network transformation. The coverage includes in-depth reviews of both the traditional utility applications and new and evolving Smart Grid applications. Providing detailed insights derived from the authors’ pivotal work on smart grid communications and extensive consulting (Bell Labs Advisory Services) experience, the book explains how electric power companies can transform their networks to best meet the challenges of tomorrow’s Smart Grids.
We are at the dawn of an era in networking that has the potential to define a new phase of human existence. This era will be shaped by the digitization and con...
Professor Danny Raz to manage Bell Labs Israel
Bell Labs Consulting worked closely with a Tier 1 Eastern European Operator to plan the migration of legacy services and transform its business strategy to succeed in the race for convergence leadership in this highly competitive environment.
Challenged by growth in fixed, mobile and M2M traffic, European operators are devising new technology designs and standards, drawing inspiration from highly op...
Over the past year, the momentum that has built around 5G wireless networks is quite remarkable. But it is a valid question whether it is rational, or irratio...
The Wroclaw branch of Nokia opens its offices to visitors for the 5th time.
Disruptive innovation in start-ups vs. industrial labs - a comparison
If you want to hear how Bell Labs continues to disruptively innovate and invent the future inside a large parent company, listen to Marcus Weldon explain this ...
Henry Markham is a professor of neuroscience working towards a full-scale model of the human brain, through his leadership at both the Blue Brain Project and the Human Brain Project.
Amber Case in “Designing calm technology”, describes interactions between humans and computers and how our relationship with information is changing the way cultures think, act, and understand their worlds. As a cyborg anthropologist, Case seeks to steer technology in ways that benefit humans.
As the executive chairman of Alphabet Inc, Eric Schmidt is responsible for external matters of Google and business and policy issues. He spoke on how Google is advancing artificial intelligence both for its own products and for the computing community as a whole.
Bob Metcalfe is widely acknowledged to be an (or the) originator of Ethernet, and he explains its history in the lecture.