ASG Technologies Arms IT Infrastructure Leaders With Newest ASG-Enterprise Orchestrator

ASG Technologies | July 07, 2020

ASG Technologies Arms IT Infrastructure Leaders With Newest ASG-Enterprise Orchestrator
ASG Technologies, a leading provider of solutions for the information-powered enterprise, today unveiled the newest version of its workload automation and orchestration solution, ASG-Enterprise Orchestrator 4.1.3. This release advances ASG’s commitment to arm IT infrastructure & operations leaders and teams to design, implement, schedule and automate business services running on IT applications and infrastructure. With this release, ASG-Enterprise Orchestrator enables DevOps teams to integrate their toolchains to orchestrate value streams across platforms, including mainframe.

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The introduction of 5G pioneers a new level of mobile performance with ultra-high speeds and low latencies. What makes this possible is millimeter wave spectrum. In this range, 26 GHz and 28 GHz have emerged as two of the most important bands. These may offer the widest harmonisation with minimised user equipment complexity. The availability of much larger amounts of spectrum in the millimetre wave bands will allow for ultra-high-speed mobile broadband services.

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The introduction of 5G pioneers a new level of mobile performance with ultra-high speeds and low latencies. What makes this possible is millimeter wave spectrum. In this range, 26 GHz and 28 GHz have emerged as two of the most important bands. These may offer the widest harmonisation with minimised user equipment complexity. The availability of much larger amounts of spectrum in the millimetre wave bands will allow for ultra-high-speed mobile broadband services.