We are tethered to our mobile devices 24×7 and expect instant access to every app and every piece of data whenever, wherever. Behind the scenes is a complex maze of wireless protocols, telecommunications infrastructure, programmable chips and so much more that make our mobile moments memorable and accelerate the speed of business around the world.
Barefoot Networks is a team of visionaries, experienced technologists and engineers who have created a blueprint for designing and operating the world’s fastest and most programmable networks. Barefoot Networks’ technology provides the necessary hardware and software for building a speedy and highly programmable network while leveraging the power of the open and thriving community around the P4 programming language. <Read More>
The CBRS Alliance believes that LTE-based solutions in the CBRS band, utilizing shared spectrum, can enable both in-building and outdoor coverage and capacity expansion at massive scale. In order to maximize CBRS’s full potential, they aim to enable a robust ecosystem towards making LTE-based CBRS solutions available. <Read More>
Silver Spring Networks enables the Internet of Important Things™ by reliably and securely connecting things that matter. Cities, utilities, and companies on five continents use the Silver Spring’s cost-effective, high-performance IoT network and data platform to operate more efficiently, become greener, and enable innovative services that can improve the lives of millions of people. <Read More>
Versa is an early innovator in the rapidly growing network function virtualization (NFV) market, which is forecast to grow to $11.6B in 2019 (Infonetics/IHS). The company has more than 35 patents filed around its unique system-level approach for creating virtualized network functions (VNF), a core NFV building block. Versa solutions enable service providers and large enterprises to transform the WAN and branch networks to achieve unprecedented business advantages. Versa’s VNF software provides unmatched agility, cost savings and flexibility vs. traditional network hardware. <Read More>