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April 1, 2020

Will COVID-19 Impact Adoption of 5G Services?

A10 Networks is based in San Jose, Calif. and as of March 17, we have been under orders to “shelter in place” and nearly everyone is working from home. All schools are closed, and restaurants are open for takeout only. As my co-workers and friends adjust to this new style of working and connecting, I’ve…

March 6, 2020

Jim Brisimitzis on 5G, Edge Computing and AI

In the “5G: Secure What Matters” blog post series, we showcase thought leaders and their unique perspectives on the intersection of 5G, security, and technology. We recently sat down with Jim Brisimitzis, the founder of Seattle’s 5G Open Innovation Lab, to get his views on 5G. Tell us about yourself? I’m the founder of Seattle’s…

March 5, 2020

Enabling DNS over HTTPS (DoH) with Thunder CFW

Encryption is the foundation for securing data on the internet. Encrypted HTTP (HTTPS) has one of the largest shares of traffic on the internet today and is now the de facto standard. Domain Name Server (DNS) traffic, however, has been a clear-pass unencrypted channel on the internet. DNS, defined in the simplest terms, is used…

February 26, 2020

Security Has Finally Arrived with 5G

SK Telecom has achieved another “first” in 5G When SK Telecom announced its “5GX” in 2018, it identified four distinct components to its value proposition – speed, latency, stability, and security. This is a remarkable shift from how mobile operators have traditionally differentiated themselves. Speed and reliability have been the cornerstone of most mobile operator…

February 20, 2020

Automation that Matters and Eliminates “Fat Finger” Errors

Operators consider network complexity to be the greatest threat for the next three years, according to a research survey by 451 Research. At 61 percent of respondents, this ranks higher than competition from cloud providers or concerns about the pressure on service margins and lower operating costs. Greatest Threat for the Next Three Years  …

February 11, 2020

A10 Networks is Pulling Out of MWC Barcelona 2020

Out of the utmost caution and concern for the well-being of our employees, partners and customers, we have made the decision to pull out of MWC 2020 in Barcelona this year. The growing concern about the spread of the Coronavirus and the fact that there is no known vaccine at this point has driven the…

February 11, 2020

Will Lassalle on 5G Security, DDoS Attacks and Gaming

Interview with Will Lassalle, CIO at Lynx Technology Partners In the “5G: Secure What Matters” blog post series, we showcase thought leaders and their unique perspectives on the intersection of 5G, security, and technology. We recently sat down with Will Lassalle, a CIO/CISO and industry speaker, to get his views on 5G. Tell us about…

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.…