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10.2017

What are the practical aspects of LTE, LTE-Advanced Pro and 5G? – A new book.

This book guides you through the LTE, LTE-Advanced Pro and 5G from the perspective of practical aspects of air interface, RAN, Core Network and end-to-end data transfer. The practical approach is reflected by the angle of system design, link budget process, network planning, parameter configurations and optimizations together with the required tradeoffs. We also evaluate the different features’ impact on the overall system as it evolves from LTE to LTE-Advanced and then going further to LTE-Advanced Pro and 5G.

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10.2017

Which Next Generation Firewall to choose – Report

Often, during meetings with clients, network engineers and security specialist there is following question posed: “What firewall product best suits their environment and which one is the best currently on the market?” Like almost always the answer could be “Well, it depends” …

Author: Marcin Bialy
09.2017

Which technologies are used for IoT? An overview of Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN)

In this blogpost, we will discuss the most popular LPWAN technologies which are present in the current market that enable “Connectivity” for these IoT devices.

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08.2017

Where to use static and where to use dynamic routing?

Routing is the crucial process in IP networks responsible for IP prefix propagation and keeping the whole network topology in order. Having billions of IP addresses divided into many different subnets, without routing there would be muddle that will prevent the whole Internet from working. So, routing is like the set of rules that allows localize particular IP network and IP addresses that belongs to that network.

Author: Marcin Bialy
08.2017

3GPP Release-15, Part 2: LTE and 5G Study Items

With this blogpost, we continue our discussion on the latest Study Items (SI) which are being worked on in 3GPP Rel-15[1,2]. We posted a similar article in April 2017 on our blog 3GPP Release-15: Further LTE Enhancements and 5G Normative Work Kick-off (do check it out if you haven’t already), and this post will add to the Work Items already discussed in the previous one and will present the latest studies on the LTE enhancements and 5G.

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07.2017

Workshop: Cisco ISE & Enterprise BGP

  Technology combined training. We are announcing the Cisco ISE & Internet Edge 4 Days accelerated workshop. This is one-time training & the only one in the market. This is combined training for those who want to improve Cisco ISE troubleshooting and configuration skills as well as get familiar with BGP routing for Enterprise WAN […]

Author: Marcin Bialy
07.2017

What is DHCP and how does it work?

With this “What is DHCP and how does it work?” post we are starting a new cycle of “Explained” blog posts dedicated to explaining networking fundamentals. If you want to read about a certain topic, please leave a message or comment posts!

Author: Marcin Bialy
07.2017

Towards 5G – New 5G-PPP Projects Kick-off (5G PPP Phase2)

This blogpost is an introduction to the next steps of the 5G research under the umbrella of Horizon-2020 EU-funded projects. This is the third part of our “research activities in Europe“ blogpost series, a continuation of Towards 5G – research activities in Europe (part 1 – FP7 projects) and Towards 5G – research activities in Europe (part 2 – H2020 projects) . 5G-PPP […]

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07.2017

Does your network have these features enabled? – Part 1

Many people wonder why good design and implementation of corporate LAN and Edge features is necessary. There are many answers to this simple question and among them, we require a good network to be least vulnerable to unwanted intrusions along with it to be able to support all our requirements. We have compiled a list which you […]

Author: Marcin Bialy
06.2017

Petya or NotPetya – External Blue MS17-010 hits again

No matter the attack is original Petya worm or it’s modified version (already called NotPetya), the fact is that it hits biggest brands starting at Ukraine government, Chernobyl power station continuing with Raben, Maersk or St Gobain. So yes, it is disruptive. What we know so far and how we can try to prevent if […]

Author: Marcin Bialy
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