We help mobile operators future-proof their networks with agile and consolidated solutions, which result in improved security, hyperscale delivery, higher reliability, and lower TCO.
Mobile operators are virtualizing their networks and deploying security solutions that leverage NFV and cloud-native technology. 5G security is critical for new use cases such as connected cars or tele-mentored surgery, which will drive stringent new security and latency requirements, as disruptions could be catastrophic.
Networks will need to replace legacy security systems with those capable of automation, artificial intelligence, machine learning and threat intelligence as network demand exponentially increases and the threat surface expands.
5G and IoT traffic is inherently different than 4G/LTE and so requires greater throughput, packets and concurrent sessions from security infrastructure.
Static, monolithic systems with fixed licensing models cannot meet the needs for an agile SDN/NFV infrastructure that can adapt and rapidly scale on demand to changing business needs.
Next-generation 5G networks are widely seen as one of the most fundamental technology developments of our current century. Much has been written about the potential of these ultra-high-speed, low-latency networks to drive a new era of digital innovation, breakthrough applications, and revenue growth for mobile operators and the economy as a whole.
The industry has made great strides in global deployments of 5G networks. Where are we headed in 2020? In partnership with A10 Networks, the Business Performance Innovation (BPI) Network, conducted a global survey of communications service providers and others in mobile networking to explore industry intentions, priorities and concerns about 5G, including 5G security.
The report’s new findings indicate the industry is indeed making significant progress on the first phase of 5G implementation.
Our Orion 5G Security Suite provide highly flexible advanced security at strategic locations in the mobile network, delivering unprecedented performance and scalability in software – VNFs, container, bare metal – or physical form factors as needed.
SK Telecom (SKT), the largest mobile operator in South Korea, launched the world’s first commercial 5G service and needed to scale and secure its next-generation 5G ready network. SKT deployed Thunder CFW with Harmony Controller.