SiTune | July 26, 2021
SiTune, the pioneer of mmWave Antennas to Algorithms, and MixComm, the innovator of several generations of state-of-the-art RF and Mixed-signal System on a Chip, announced a partnership to create 5G mmWave reference designs. These solutions will be based on SiTune's IceWings RF transceiver and MixComm's mmWave solutions, including the newly announced SUMMIT2629 Beamformer Front End IC ECLIPSE3741 Antenna in Package.
SiTune and MixComm have both been acknowledged for creating high-performance, low-energy 5G solutions. Customers will be able to design systems that optimize performance and thermal efficiency while maintaining an optimum bill of materials and a short time to market due to this collaboration. In addition, the two firms' initial reference designs will be suitable for 5G O-RAN infrastructure such as small cells and customer premises equipment.
About SiTune Corporation
SiTune Corporation is a pioneer in developing several generations of cutting-edge RF and mixed-signal Systems on a Chip for 5G wireless transceivers and broadcast receivers. Tuners for sophisticated multi-channel TVs, Set-top Boxes, and Mobile TVs are presently available from SiTune. SiTune products are defined by their unique architecture and design, which results in reduced power consumption and better performance. SiTune is based in San Jose, California.
About MixComm Inc.
MixComm, headquartered in Chatham, New Jersey, is the leading provider of mmWave Antennas to Algorithms solutions for future wireless applications and industries. MixComm launched the first in a range of millimeter-wave devices in 2020, delivering new levels of performance and integration for 5G infrastructure and Satellite Communication. Kairos Ventures is funding the company's technology, which is based on discoveries from Dr. Krishnaswamy's CoSMIC lab at Columbia University.
Sandvine | February 10, 2022
Sandvine is launching a series of new 5G Application and Network Intelligence portfolio enhancements that give its 20+ 5G customers deeper insights into application Quality of Experience (QoE), and the impact of 4G to 5G transitions on networks, users, bandwidth usage, devices, and QoE.
The enhancements include:
Cloud native support for Sandvine's advanced 5G Service Intelligence Engine, a leading 3GPP-compliant Network Data Analytics Function (NWDAF) designed for automation and zero-touch, closed-loop service and slice assurance in 5G networks. The NWDAF will help CSPs proactively manage their core and edge networks through network function (NF) and slice load analysis use cases;
Updates to Sandvine's analytics, including Deep Insights and Insights Data Storage, designed to help CSPs deliver application QoE and security controls to subscribers through pre-packaged object models that track statistics about user behavior, devices, services and application performance;
Enriched software use case modules:
Intent-based congestion management, evolved for higher-scale deployments and actively deployed in Fixed Wireless Access networks;
Real-time subscriber insights, upgraded to give operations teams and customer care agents greater visibility into app performance and behavior to better meet 5G throughput, latency, and customer experience requirements;
Cyberthreat analysis and management to prevent cyberattacks; and
5G slice load analysis and NF load analysis for real-time operational intelligence.
A 5G Standalone (SA)-ready, cloud-native control plane platform, Maestro Policy Engine, which now provides contextual awareness about subscribers, as well as 4G to 5G inter-core handover metrics that ensure flawless coverage across access types, devices, locations, and users; and
Public cloud integrations with Google Cloud Platform, AWS, and other major cloud providers.
"We are excited that more than 20 service providers are now benefiting from Sandvine's 5G portfolio across standalone, non-standalone, fixed wireless access, and private networks. To successfully improve application quality of experience and generate new revenues while migrating to 5G, our customers need high quality, real-time data. With visibility across 5G adoption, user experiences, cyberthreats, devices, and applications, they gain operational intelligence in the form of sophisticated and predictive insights. This requires programmable networks with automated functions that respond to network conditions and customer experiences in real time. Our continued 5G portfolio innovations are ensuring that our customers can meet these requirements for emerging 5G services."
Lyndon Cantor, CEO, Sandvine
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Sandvine's cloud-based Application and Network Intelligence portfolio helps customers deliver high quality, optimized experiences to consumers and enterprises. Customers use our solutions to analyze, optimize, and monetize application experiences using contextual machine learning-based insights and real-time actions. Market-leading classification of more than 95% of traffic across mobile and fixed networks by user, application, device, and location creates uniquely rich, real-time data that significantly enhances interactions between users and applications and drives revenues.
Kyndryl | June 06, 2022
Kyndryl, the world's leading provider of IT infrastructure services, and Cisco announced a technological alliance today to enable enterprise customers to accelerate their transformation into data-driven enterprises using Cisco technologies and Kyndryl managed services.
Kyndryl and Cisco will collaborate to assist organizations in improving their operations by utilizing cloud computing services that simplify complex hybrid IT management by providing greater visibility, manageability, and flexibility. In addition, new private cloud services, network and edge computing solutions, software-defined networking (SDN) solutions, and multi-network wide area network (WAN) options will also be developed by Kyndryl and Cisco, all of which will be offered in an environment with increased security capabilities.
"Companies around the world in all industries are clamoring for solutions and services that can streamline the management and operation of their hybrid cloud and network computing environments. We are pleased that our long-standing collaboration with Cisco can provide customers with integrated technologies and services that derive more value from their current IT investments, while embracing the benefits of advanced network and edge computing capabilities.
Deborah Nevin, Vice President, Global Alliances
Cisco and Kyndryl will collaborate to provide technologies, infrastructure knowledge, and managed services to customers along their full cloud journey, from strategy and migration to running, maintaining, and supporting complex IT infrastructures. In addition, the two organizations will collaborate to facilitate and implement digital transformation projects for customers all around the world. The two companies will leverage their diverse partner ecosystems to bring a range of industry and technology solutions across networks, data center and cloud strategy, security, managed services, and strategic outsourcing by combining their capabilities to facilitate in-country and regional programming, execution, and investment.
"Kyndryl has a passion for innovation and has demonstrated expertise in delivering IT solutions to thousands of customers globally," says Keith Dyer, Vice President within Cisco's Global Enterprise Sales, and Global Partner Organization. "We're excited about what Cisco and Kyndryl can accomplish together in building and delivering the next generation of managed services. As customers demand more as-a-service offerings, we will continue to reimagine applications that transform networks and address IT needs to meet this demand."