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NEWS ANALYSIS: According to a Spiceworks survey of IT decision-makers, the top five technologies enterprises plan to adopt within the next two years are IT automation, gigabit WiFi, IoT devices, hyperconverged infrastructure and container technology. Read on to find out why.
NETWORKING NEWS: The "Casablanca" release of ONAP (Open Networking Automation Platform) contains new features to enable 5G management, cross-carrier networking and automation, as well as new resources to ease deployment and integration of the platform.
The company unveiled its next-generation programmable networking ASIC, which will start sampling in the first half of next year.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The Dec. 3 launch aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carried 64 tiny satellites into orbit, with several of those spacecraft dedicated to a new wave of IoT communications.
DAILY VIDEO: Cisco predicts more IP traffic in the next five years than in history of the internet, and an AWS and Lockheed partnership brings satellites down to Earth.
And 5G subscriber growth will occur faster than the growth for the prior 4G LTE networks, according to a new survey from Ericsson.
INDUSTRY RESEARCH: In its latest Visual Networking Index (VNI), Cisco Systems predicts that by 2022, more IP traffic will cross global networks than in all prior internet years combined. That's, um, quite a load of traffic.
FUTURE TECH: VERGE (Virtual Resilient Ground), which includes small, cube-like antennas about the size of bookshelf stereo speaker, which will be deployed at the AWS Ground Stations to communicate with satellites.
DAILY VIDEO: The FCC launches a new offensive against scam and robo calls, and Microsoft releases Azure Blockchain Development Kit.
DAILY VIDEO: The T-Mobile-Sprint merger clock will resume Dec. 4, and new AI capabilities are coming to Microsoft Power BI.
NEWS ANALYSIS: China is the most aggressive country in terms of both autonomous car and electric car development and deployment. Currently, the U.S. leads, but it looks like China will pass the U.S. in terms of electric autonomous cars on the road before 2025.