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eWEEK DATA POINTS: During the past year, we’ve seen a frenzy of investment occurring on the 5G startup investment front, with companies like Qualcomm, Cisco Systems and others looking for startups to support.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Wi-Fi certified WPA3 technology–available with Wi-Fi 6–offers big networking improvements, enabling businesses to increase guest satisfaction and more proactively keep hackers out of user connections.
eWEEK TREND ANALYSIS: When the coronavirus pandemic is over, the business world will be changed forever, and companies like Zoom, Cisco Systems, Zoho, Box and others will find themselves in even greater demand.
eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Metawave SPEKTRA is a new kind of analog beamsteering radar to detect and classify objects in all-weather, complex driving scenarios, giving automakers the sensor needed to deliver highly automated driving.
eWEEK ANALYSIS: Network engineers should take a look at Cisco DevNet exams to address the future of their careers.
eWEEK NEWS ANALYSIS: The realignment of Cisco’s technology leadership team aligns it with future trends.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: During the past year, the telco industry has seen a frenzy in the 5G start-up investment front, with companies such as Mavenir Networks seeing funding rounds totaling $105.3 million, Affirmed Networks achieving total funding at $155 million, Altiostar raising $357.5 million...
eWEEK NEWS ANALYSIS: You can’t just send your workers to work at home without the involvement of the IT staff, and that involvement needs to start well before the order comes out.
eWEEK SECURITY TRENDS ANALYSIS: The debate over point products versus platforms is over: Platforms have won.
eWEEK NEWS ANALYSIS: Many small and major IT conferences are being canceled due to the worldwide health crisis. As a result, many of these events are in the process of converting into virtual conferences.
eWEEK ANALYSIS: Five years ago, Compuware was fading out of existence. The company's products were stodgy; its leadership was questionable; its revenues declining. Then new CEO Chris O’Malley intervened, changing the way the company did business.