How and Why to Give 4G the 5G Treatment

Originally posted on SDxCentral: https://www.sdxcentral.com/articles/contributed/how-and-why-to-give-4g-the-5g-treatment/2018/11/?c_action=home_contributed By Ganesh Sundaram Mobile edge computing (MEC) is generating a lot of buzz these days because it’s a fundamental part of the fifth generation (5G) mobility architecture. Although that attention typically focuses on how it enables ultra-low latency and ultra-high definition use cases, MEC does far more Read more…

Cisco, Huawei Among Alef Mobitech Edge Platform Test Partners

Originally posted on SDxCentral: https://www.sdxcentral.com/articles/news/cisco-huawei-among-alef-mobitech-edge-platform-test-partners/2018/11/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=onesignal&utm_campaign=push&utm_content=sdxcentral+breaking+news Dan Meyer November 9, 2018 9:39 am PT Alef Mobitech recently completed interoperability testing of its Edge Computing Platform with a handful of vendors and one “Tier-1 global mobile carrier.” Company CEO Ganesh Sundaram said the test partners included Cisco, Huawei, Nokia, Dell, HP, and Ericsson. The Read more…

5G mobile edge tests completed by global tech giants

Orignally posted on ZDNet: https://www.zdnet.com/article/5g-mobile-edge-tests-completed-by-global-tech-giants/ Cisco, Huawei, Nokia, Ericsson, Dell, HP, and Alef Mobitech have shown that a mobile edge computing platform can be deployed across existing 4G infrastructure to provide 5G services. By Corinne Reichert | October 31, 2018 — 04:01 GMT (21:01 PDT) | Topic: 5G Cisco, Huawei, Nokia, Ericsson, Dell, and HP have Read more…

Alef Mobitech Completes Successful Mobile Edge Interoperability Testing With Major Vendors

MORRISTOWN, New Jersey, SAO PAULO, Brazil and MUMBAI, India – October 30th, 2018 – Alef Mobitech, the Mobile Edge Technology leader, today announced that it completed successful interoperability testing with Cisco, Huawei, Nokia, Dell, HP and Ericsson with a tier-one global mobile carrier. The tests prove that the Alef Edge Computing Platform can be Read more…

Sports, Streaming and Contracts

By Mr. Edge, 10/26/2018 Sporting events are big business. 103.4 million people watched the 2018 Superbowl and that was the lowest total since 2009.[1]So why the decline in viewership and what does it mean for how we watch sporting events in the future? To start, let’s examine the TV contracts each Read more…

Property Hunting from the Edge

By Mr. Edge, 10/12/2018 Seeing is believing. Most of us will agree that nearly everything becomes more personal and believable when seen instead of heard. Real estate is a good example of this belief. Decisions aren’t often made without seeing a property, and most buyers look at multiple properties before Read more…

Take Me Out To The Ball Game

By Mr. Edge, 9/26/2018 The in-stadium experience is rapidly changing (no, not the actual game, but the experience!) due to high-speed Wi-Fi and advanced mobile networks. Simply connecting your phone to the mobile internet used to be impossible thanks to thousands of people in the stadium all connecting to the Read more…