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Beyond the Cloud: Debunking common myths of edge computing
Far from a passive, near-perfunctory periphery of the network, the edge is a bustling locale for data analysis, management and storage. 
Indian telcos' capex on 5G to increase if government bans Huawei, says Fitch
According to a report by Fitch, Indian telecom operators’s investment cost on 5G infrastructure may rise if the government does not allow Huawei to build a 5G network in the country.
Tectonic Shift: Designing a WAN for banking and financial services firms
With cloud-based solutions such as mobility and software-as-a-service (SaaS) becoming commonplace, the wide area network (WAN) is undergoing a tectonic shift in terms of what is most suitable for an organisation, from an efficiency, performance, cost and stability perspective. 
Enhancing the scope of IP1s to provide and share active infrastructure would be beneficial for growth of Digital India, says BIF
The Broadband India Forum (BIF) stated that there is an immense opportunity to allow provisioning of common shareable active infrastructure to infrastructure providers category-1 (IP1s) by reviewing their scope of services, since, thus far, they have been providing only passive…
Slicing Packet Network gains traction as a viable technology to address 5G challenges
As 5G technology matures and operators prepare for its commercial roll-out, network infrastructure must also be geared up to meet challenges.
Telcos would need to invest $30.5 billion to roll out 5G services in India says UBS report
As per a report by UBS, telecom operators including Airtel, Reliance Jio and Vodafone Idea would need to undertake investments worth $30.5 billion to roll out 5G services in the country. 
 
 
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