Automation has become an essential component of strategic modernization and digital transformation, particularly for today’s forward-looking communications service providers (CSPs). Join us Tuesday, March 20 as we explore router compliance and security governance in the first part of our telecom network automation webinar series.
It was quite the hectic but extremely successful week here at Mobile World Congress 2018 – the world’s largest mobile industry gathering with more than 100,000 attendees, which added to the hubbub of cultural, sporting, entertainment, industry and gastronomical diversity that is Barcelona.
The financial services industry’s need for flexible and extensible hybrid cloud continues to be a priority to help them better manage their expanding footprint of next-gen enterprise applications as part of their digital transformations. Meanwhile, customer expectations and new regulations around customer convenience and privacy are testing the limits of legacy banking technology platforms. Join us March 7 for a webinar exploring how microservices, containerization, and APIs bring opportunity for increased agility in the financial services environment.
This year’s Mobile World Congress began with a challenge and opportunity for operators to push the boundaries of today’s mobile ecosystem and help drive the future of the digital economy through innovation. A focus on 5G permeated the event every day, from keynotes and presentations, to demos and announcements, all the way down to the exhibit floor. The internet of things (IoT), artificial intelligence, connected cars, new devices, and blockchain were also highlighted throughout the week. Keep reading for some of the highlights we captured from this year’s Mobile World Congress.
As I gear up to attend the 2018 Rice Oil & Gas HPC Conference in Houston, I take pause and think about the journey that the science of High Performance Computing (HPC) has been through and more importantly, am curious about where it is headed. When I had spoken about sustaining an ecosystem of Open Innovation at this conference last year, I had the privilege of meeting Earl Dodd, an industry expert on HPC. I happened to have an opportunity to meet Earl recently and engaged in an insightful conversation about HPC. Let us just say our conversation sprouted the idea of doing a multi-part podcast starting with the basics and looking ahead to the future. We hope you’ll join us as we head “Back to the Future” of HPC through podcasts that define what HPC is and explore where HPC is headed.
Podcast 1: Basics of High Performance Computing
Podcast 2: Where is HPC headed?
Updated 26 June 2018: Podcast 3: Making HPC Real A podcast with Dave Pearah, the CEO of the HDF Group on the essential components vital to making HPC real with standards and libraries that serve as catalysts across the ecosystem.
Third-party cloud services promise to deliver utility-based computing – and its an opportunity many capital market firms are interested in pursuing. But cloud services have to be elastic, responsive, secure, resilient and cost-effective if financial firms are going to trust them to support business-critical workloads. Transitioning to the cloud requires a thoughtful approach that takes into account to migration, orchestration and operational efficiency. To help financial firms through these transitions, the Wall Street Technology Association (WSTA) is hosting a February 28th panel discussion in New York City.
We’re at Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona this week, and are excited to host multiple demos in our booth. Red Hat is showcasing a number of customer demos, which highlight how communications service providers (CSPs) are using open source and cloud technologies to deliver next-generation telecommunications services. Keep reading for a sneak peek of what we’ll be sharing with customers at this year’s event, and stop by our booth, 2G40 in Hall 2, in the conference center, to check them out in person.
In Red Hat’s booth at Mobile World Congress 2018, Feb. 26 – Mar. 1, in Barcelona, a variety of ecosystem partners will showcase technology innovations for communication service providers (CSPs). We’ll be hosting demos from partners including Affirmed Networks, Cisco, Netsia, Nuage Networks, and Tech Mahindra. Stop by our booth, 2G40 in Hall 2, in the conference center, to experience these exciting demos in person, and keep reading for a preview of what some of the demos will highlight.
This year, we anticipate that there will be no shortage of tech developments in the financial services industry (FSI). In fact, 2018 is on track to be a truly transformative year, as banks continue to modernize operations, adopt more agile and open technologies and hone their strategies. This will not come without challenges, including: the complexities of the regulatory landscape, a more demanding customer, and increased competition, just to name a few.
The countdown to Mobile World Congress 2018 has begun, and Red Hat is hosting a number of partner demonstrations in our booth to showcase technologies designed to help communications services providers (CSPs) deliver next-gen services that work for a digital economy. We’ll have demos with partners including Kaloom, Netronome, QCT, SevOne and Vasona Networks. Keep reading for a sneak peek, and stop by our booth, 2G40 in Hall 2 of the conference center, to check them out in person.