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SD-WAN: Enhancing corporate security

SD-WAN: Enhancing corporate security

The Spanish Private Security Act sets different corporate security degrees or levels. Level 1 has the lowest requirements, while Level 4 corresponds to businesses or locations considered critical from a security point of view. Starting at Level 2, having a connection to an alarm monitoring center is considered mandatory (this applies to both private residences and small businesses), but it is at...

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SD-WAN joins the interoperability challenge

SD-WAN joins the interoperability challenge

Some days ago, I had the chance to go to the annual SD-WAN Summit, an event that has been held in Paris for the last 3 years. It is a great opportunity to learn about state-of-the-art solutions and share trends on wide-area network connectivity, since key industry players were present: manufacturers, carriers, analysts, researchers, and large companies with ambitious communication requirements....

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IP over Avian Carriers

IP over Avian Carriers

While April Fools’ Day in the Anglo-Saxon world is a day for playing tricks on people, I can assure you that, as incredible as it may seem, what I’m about to tell you is absolutely true… As the title of this article suggests, there is indeed a standard for sending IP datagrams by carrier pigeon. The standard where this strange transport system – that uses carrier pigeons with IP packets written...

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How SD-WAN can be traced back to the  Clean Slate project

How SD-WAN can be traced back to the Clean Slate project

What kind of Internet would we design today if we were to start from scratch using what we now know? In 2007, attempts to answer this question at Stanford University [1] led to a project by networking gurus and experts to analyze the present and future of IP networks. At the time, the mass mobile internet era was beginning; in fact, that very same year and barely twenty minutes from the...

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How much has business communications changed?

How much has business communications changed?

Amazingly enough it’s only been ten years since the first iPhone was released. To look back on that first version is a fascinating experience and makes you realize just how far smartphones have come. Ten years ago, the Apple store did not even exist! The only applications around were those the manufacturer installed. The cameras were nothing special either (all of 2 megapixels) and were limited...

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Brand internationalization

Brand internationalization

In a highly dynamic technological sector led by powerful multinationals that put considerable emphasis on branding, international presence and acceptance of any kind for small and medium-sized businesses is both noteworthy and appreciated. At the same time, staying and even expanding in this market is an exciting challenge. Responding to this challenge requires adapting and even reinventing...

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SD-WAN : More than meets the eye

SD-WAN : More than meets the eye

This week I have written the article below to be published in “ComunicacionesHoy”, a well known telecommunications magazine and online media website in Spain. As the article has only been published on ComunicacionesHoy in Spanish, Teldat has translated it into English so that all our non-Spanish speaking social media followers can also read it. I hope that you enjoy my article. Even though, at...

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Application Visibility and Hybrid Networks

Application Visibility and Hybrid Networks

System fine tuning is an unavoidable necessity that requires knowing exactly what happens within a system. For instance, it is almost impossible to adjust a combustion engine without having detailed information on the revolutions, temperature or compression, etc.  Said information is vital for any system, be it Smart Grid, air traffic or even our own organism. In IP networks, real time...

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R.I.P. ISDN

R.I.P. ISDN

We live in a digital world. Entertainment, work, information, social relations... today everything is digital. The benefits are obvious. Digital information is much easier to store, transfer and handle than analog and is more powerful.  If we think about it we can find many fields where digitalization has had a remarkable impact. In this article, however, we will only consider the impact on...

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