Yasir Liaqatullah
February 6, 2020

About Yasir Liaqatullah

Yasir Liaqatullah is vice president of product management at A10 Networks. He is responsible for driving the technology strategy and roadmap for the company’s portfolio of 5G service provider and enterprise security solutions.

Recent posts by the Author

February 6, 2020

Realizing the Full Value of the Multi-access Edge Compute (MEC)/5G Opportunity

Multi-access edge compute (MEC) is emerging as a critical driver for growth in the 5G era. There is an apprehension that telcos partnering with hyperscale clouds like Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and Facebook might end up being relegated to dumb-pipe providers. These fears are overblown. Here’s why. The partnership between telcos and hyperscale clouds is symbiotic.…

December 9, 2019

Boosting mobile revenue with 5G security-as-a-service

The transition to 5G will bring many opportunities to mobile service providers but it will also continue to challenge them to drive greater levels of subscriber revenue. The average revenue per user (ARPU) is flat to down while data volume per device is rapidly rising. Traditional pricing plans are being disrupted around the world and…

April 2, 2018

The Evolving Landscape of Service Provider Security

Protecting only the Gi Interface is no longer enough Mobile networks are evolving quickly, and with change comes vulnerability. Until recently, the Gi-LAN connecting the (Evolved Packet Core) EPC to the internet was considered to be the most vulnerable part of the service provider network and was protected via Gi-Firewal and anti DDoS systems. The…

July 27, 2017

Low Latency Application Delivery for Financial Institutions

Catering to the Financial Industry's Application Delivery Needs Financial institutions have specific application delivery needs, especially those that deal in latency-sensitive transactions and high-frequency trading (HFT), where time truly is money and any delay can negatively affect profitability. In the financial world, fractions of a second matter. Sluggish infrastructure and poor application performance can make the…

March 9, 2017

Alleged C.I.A. Hacking Documents Reinforce Need for SSL Traffic Inspection

WikiLeaks this week released thousands of documents containing several hundred million lines of code that it claims shine a light on the solutions and tactics the Central Intelligence Agency used to spy and hack into devices, including smartphones, computers and smart televisions. While there are still questions around the documents’ authenticity, if they are legitimate…