Assessing the Intersection between Software and Big Data

Assessing the Intersection between Software and Big Data

 

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15-Jul-2013
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North America
Research Code: 9838-00-60-00-00
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The demand for data, particularly from mobile devices, is increasingly placing a burden on existing telecommunication networks. New applications, services and new visions, such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and smart communities, are likely to exacerbate this situation. Telecommunication networks need a new approach, designed around capacity, energy efficiency and cost optimisation. Software and data can dramatically contribute towards this approach. This study explores highlights some of the key trends in the market, such as software-defined networking and virtualisation. The study also takes a look at the impact of these developments on concepts, such as smart cities and ubiquitous use of ICT in vertical markets.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary—A New Telecommunications Network Paradigm for a Data-intensive World

Modernising Network Infrastructure to Meet Rising Demand for Data Over the Internet

Software and Big Data as Enablers of Change

The Role of Software in Networking—The Case of Software-defined Networking and Network Functions Virtualizations

Market for Software-centric Networking

Infoblox—A History of Looking at Networks from the Software Angle

NEC—Providing a Commercial SDN Solution

Akamai—Moving Content Delivery Networks into the Mobile Space

The Role of Big Data—More Data and More Insights for Better Performance

An Energy-efficient Approach to Telecommunication

The GreenTouch Consortium

Conclusion—Software, Big Data and Energy-efficient Technologies for Future Networks

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The demand for data, particularly from mobile devices, is increasingly placing a burden on existing telecommunication networks. New applications, services and new visions, such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and smart communities, are likely to exacerbate this situation. Telecommunication networks need a new approach, designed around capacity, energy efficiency and cost optimisation. Software and data can dramatically contribute towards this approach. This study explores highlights some of the key trends in the market, such as software-defined networking and virtualisation. The study also takes a look at the impact of these developments on concepts, such as smart cities and ubiquitous use of ICT in vertical markets.
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No Index Yes
Podcast No
Author Saverio Romeo
Industries Telecom
WIP Number 9838-00-60-00-00
Is Prebook No