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Scale in the age of Secure Everything

by: Lori MacVittie

At Apple’s WWDC (World Wide Developer Conference) in June, the mobile mogul announced that as of January 1, 2017, all apps in the app store MUST (that’s the RFC style MUST for those networkers following along) use App Transport Security (ATS). ...

Betting on OpenStack to Evolve Service Provider Infrastructures

by: Patricia Du

Service providers want to scale their networks with virtual functions to lower costs, reduce time to market, and improve operational efficiency.

Evolve Service Provider network architectures with BIG-IP 12

by: Misbah Mahmoodi

F5 recently launched the latest TMOS version with BIG-IP v12.1. This release reduces total cost of ownership, provides the highest performance and scalable solutions, and delivers a rich set of security solutions to secure your devices, networks, and applications.

F5 Virtual Network Functions – What’s in Your Virtual Network?

by: Misbah Mahmoodi

During the most recent Mobile World Congress in February 2016, there were a few primary themes that Mobile Network Operators (MNO) and leading-edge vendors (including F5) were discussing. These were the Internet of Things (IoT) and the...

At the Crossroad of Digital Transformation and Disruption

by: Kuna Nallappan

With the proliferation of devices and rapid improvement in infrastructure, Singapore, along with the rest of Asia, is at the crossroad of digital transformation and disruption. No other region is developing quite as quickly when it comes to the...

Key Takeaways from the RSA Conference in San Francisco

by: Keii

Security in the real world (politics, business, etc.) leads to challenges such as the IT talent shortage. Organizations are looking for solutions to help them intelligently manage user risk, data risk, and application risk.

Securing next-generation mobile networks

by: Peter Margaris

F5's Peter Margaris discusses securing next-generation mobile networks

The perfect storm: Security at massive scale to support the IoT & 4G/5G networks

by: Peter Margaris

Security at massive scale to support the Internet of Things (IoT) & 4G/5G networks

20 Key Findings Impacting the Future of Mobile Service Delivery

by: Michelle Westover

For mobile operators, services delivery continues to dramatically evolve. This presents both challenges in and opportunities to be realized at the service layer; from network functions virtualization, security for IoT, video optimization, and to...

Scaling & Securing the SGi-LAN using the F5 BIG-IP® Platform and Intel® Architecture

by: jameshendergart

Between the packet gateway and the Internet lies the SGi-LAN, a crucial network segment where the new services required of an IoT world and the 5G...

Getting Virtual at Mobile World Congress 2016

by: Misbah Mahmoodi

It’s that time of year again, time for the mobile industry to head to Barcelona to celebrate Mobile World Congress. It’s by far the largest mobile event in the world, and this year’s theme is ‘Mobile Is Everything.’ And for good reason: so much...

Digitalisation in Education

by: Jezmynn Koh

If someone from the 19th century was teleported to witness a mathematics class in action in the year 2016, I would pay to see their astonished looks! From smart board interactions to children fiddling with iPads absorbing all the knowledge the...

NFV deployments in Service Provider networks - It's happening

by: Misbah Mahmoodi

NFV seeing an uptick heading into 2016 and beyond.

Identity theft: A threat more severe than you think

by: Kuna Nallappan

The financial services industry in Asia is one of the most heavily regulated sectors, and compliance is often touted as a form of security assurance. However, compliance is just a single aspect of security. Various regulations cover a wide range...

The Internet of (Increasingly Scary) Things

by: Lori MacVittie

There is a lot of FUD (Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt) that gets attached to any emerging technology trend, particularly when it involves vast legions of consumers eager to participate. And while it’s easy enough to shrug off the paranoia that bots...