The global software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) market size is expected to reach $43.0 billion by 2030, exhibiting a CAGR of 38.6% in a span of ten years. North America undoubtedly accounts for the largest size in the SD-WAN market. The major factors supporting the industry growth in this region include the presence of established market players, the launch of advanced SD-WAN solutions, and the commercialization of the 5G network infrastructure.
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Use of the embedded subscriber identity module (eSIM) in mobile phones surged globally as mobile operators transitioned to a more streamlined approach to signing on new customers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet, US mobile carriers have been slower to adopt and market the technology, says GlobalData.
Looking at the media nowadays, lots of articles talking about wireless connectivity, satellite, and cloud computing do exist. But is the public aware that submarine cables found underwater are the invisible forces driving the modern Internet?
Northrop Grumman Corporation and the company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, SpaceLogistics LLC, have successfully completed the docking of the Mission Extension Vehicle-2 (MEV-2) to the Intelsat 10-02 (IS-10-02) commercial communications satellite to deliver life-extension services.
Verge Digital Infrastructure (Verge) continues to make solid progress on its planned open access EDGE data center and cable landing station projects across South-East Asia, after successfully completing its first capital raise. The company raised several million dollars in its development round, which it will use to finalize key project elements prior to commencing construction. An affiliate of New York-based DH Capital, LLC organized and led the investment.
AccessParks, the first and only broadband provider approved as a concessionaire by the US National Park Service, and FreedomFi announced a multi-year partnership to deploy 5G networks across hundreds of sites within US national and state parks.
PCCW Global, controlled by tycoon Richard Li, is considering options including a sale of its international enterprise unit, PCCW Global, according to people familiar with the matter.
According to the PwC analysis, the market for edge data centers is expected to nearly triple by 2024 — from $4 billion in 2017 to $13.5 billion in 2024. What drives the demand for these small, local, and mission-critical data centers?
Cloud services are pervasive. From individual users binge-watching Over-The-Top (OTT) video content to enterprises deploying Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), cloud services are how people and organizations consume content and applications. For years, large, centralized data center and cloud architectures have provided access and infrastructure for these services.
The telecommunications industry is the backbone of technological growth and digital transformation. While revenues in the telecom sector declined in the first half of 2020, owing to economic impact as a result of the pandemic, GSMA reported that recovery took place in the second half of the year with increased consumers and households acquiring integrated bundle services and high-speed connectivity becoming sought after across all rungs of society.