Mobile-edge computing (MEC) is a highly distributed computing architecture based on the deployment of small computing units in both outdoor and indoor radio access network (RAN) facilities at the edge of their mobile networks. Red Hat has joined a recently created European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) working group to help define MEC use-cases and architecture details as a complementary effort to the existing NFV and 5G initiatives.
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For financial services companies, simplifying and automating IT processing is key to reducing costs and error rates, and improving the customer experience. Complex layers of legacy technology were hindering MUFG Union Bank’s operations. When this delayed deployment of a key e-commerce application, the IT team was tasked with quickly developing a solution. You can read the full story in our MUFG Union Bank case study.
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If you are planning to head to Barcelona next week for this year’s Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona, Feb. 22-25, might I suggest you pack a “hoverboard?” This event just keeps growing and getting better as the latest mobile networking technologies and innovations are unveiled and demonstrated to an estimated audience of more than 100,000 technology enthusiasts from around the globe.
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Lately, when I go to the gas station to refuel my vehicle, I am pleasantly surprised by the price and love the numbers I see—as a consumer. However, falling gas prices have obvious implications on the oil and gas industry, as reflected by the stocks going “downstream,” so to speak, in recent times. While the economic pundits work out the global market forces, what can oil and gas companies do to re-energize and rejuvenate this sector? Innovate. Of course, for innovation to be effective, it should have proper context and tangible business benefits.
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Red Hat employees work hard for customers across all industries but they also know how to have fun. Engineer Bryan Totty works in Red Hat’s global support services, and is also known as rapper “Totty.” He wrote and produced a song about working at our Raleigh headquarters, and we made a video starring many members of our Raleigh team. Who says work can’t be fun? We hope you enjoy watching this as much as we enjoyed making it.
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Suppose you could watch a cable TV channel from any provider of your choice and not be locked-in to only the channel selection from your provider’s set-top box. For example, imagine you can watch cable channels using your Apple TV. The result would be you have more choice of home entertainment and you wouldn’t have to pay a higher price just to rent the cable provider’s set-top box.
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In this Red Hat video, customers such as financial services company FICO share why OpenShift Enterprise is helping them succeed. Take a look at the video.
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When Australian oil and gas producer Santos needed to get data more quickly into the hands and minds of its users, it turned to open source. By replacing a proprietary IT infrastructure that was distributed among data servers, application servers, and application workstations across several sites with an open source solution, Santos was able to cut IT costs and create new opportunities for faster data processing and simulation capabilities. In short, the open source move set up Santos for cost-effective, high-performing IT that can stimulate innovation. You can read about it in this case study.
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Perhaps you all know that song from the seventies written by popular British composer and artist Albert Hammond: It Never Rains in Southern California. Those of us lucky enough to live in California enjoy some of the best weather on the planet with a recurring exception – we have been in a drought for the last few years with or without El Nino. But when we occasionally do get some rain… oh, but it pours!
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A new report by 4G-reports projects big growth opportunities in the machine-to-machine (M2M) and wearable technology market, which the authors say will help IoT service providers garner an estimated $231 billion in IoT service revenue by the end of 2020. This growth is expected to open new opportunities in areas such as smart meters and patient monitors, and may expand the smart devices market overall, particularly within the framework of the Internet of Things (IoT) vision.
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