This Week in Network Transformation News

There’s no time like the present to learn about advancements in network and edge infrastructure and protecting 5G networks. Also worth exploring: how 5G helps build sustainable cities, how 5G Standalone core network trials are going, and what digital transformation for telecoms should look like.

Catch up With the Network & Edge vSummit Series

If you haven’t already tuned in to our virtual summit series about the technologies driving the evolution of network and edge infrastructure, there’s no time like the present to catch up. You can also tune in and join us for the final session on August 4 where you’ll hear about building the enterprise edge with intelligence.

Webinar: Offload Hyperscale DDoS Attacks to SmartNICs

Does securing your 5G network against DDoS attacks sound right up your alley? Then join Intel’s Chuck Tato and experts from F5 for this July 30 webinar where they’ll discuss how SmartNICs can be used across your network to protect it from over 100 types of complex DDoS attacks and boost performance.

E-Book: Build 5G Smart Cities and Transportation Systems

5G comes with a lot of benefits, including the ability to help build secure and sustainable urban environments (no small feat). Explore real-world examples of how 5G will provide the next wave of technological enhancements to make urban life better for residents in this e-book from Intel.

SK Telecom Trials Intel Chips for 5G Standalone Core Network

Could a 5G Standalone core network be within reach for communications service providers? South Korean carrier SK Telecom is working to make it a reality, and recently tested out 2nd generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors and Intel Ethernet 800 Series network adaptors as part of those efforts.

Telecom Digital Transformation Creates Agility, Automation, and Enhanced CX

For CommSPs, reinventing themselves requires more than a new look. They need to create a seamless customer experience that includes digital services on demand, and getting there will require quite a bit of change and an investment in a native cloud infrastructure, according to one industry expert.