Low-Power WANs offer an alternative to 5G for connecting a fast-growing array of basic devices and sensors that transmit small amounts of data.
The Power of Network Disaggregation
In this video, Keith Townsend explains what network disaggregation means, and how separating the network operating system from hardware provides enterprises and service providers with valuable flexibility. Townsend is principal at The CTO Advisor and Interop ITX infrastructure chair.
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