Onsite Training: 5G Wireless, M2M, IoT, SDN, NFV, Cloud

Our  5G Wireless courses discuss the 5G business vision, enabling technologies, standards, RAN architecture and design, applications, and related technologies. Due to the evolving state-of-the art, these courses are updated each time they are taught. Contact us for the latest outline for the course of interest to you.

You may also want to check out our Onsite Training: 4G LTE, LTE Advanced, VoLTE, WiMAX curriculum.
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IoT-enabling Technologies: IEEE 802.15.4, WLLN, ZigBee, WAVE, Next Gen WiFi

The Internet is rapidly turning into a hyper-connected network of tens of billions of computers, smart phones, homes, buildings, vehicles, products, appliances, devices, machinery, and sensors. The Fifth Generation of Wireless (5G) is being engineered for such massive interconnectivity, but it will be aided by technologies such as LR-WPAN, WLLN, Zigbee, WAVE, and Next Gen WiFi.

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The Internet of Things (IoT) Revolution: Are You Ready?

The Internet is quickly morphing from a ‘network of computers’ into a ‘network of things’, and this technology is developing at a much faster pace than other such technologies of the past. Smart phones, cars, homes, buildings, wearable computing devices, unseen but ubiquitous sensors embedded into appliances, equipment and infrastructure, and many other “things” (including living things such as cattle and wildlife) are all getting linked up into a vast and pervasive Internet of Things (IoT)!

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Distributed Computing for IoT: Data Management in a Fog Computing Environment

Whereas the evolution of ICT has taken us from mainframes to PCs and back to the Cloud (e.g. from centralized to distributed to centralized computing), clearly distributed computing will have an increasingly important role in the digital economy. Edge Computing includes a number of technologies including Mobile Edge Computing, Fog Computing, and Cloudlets — to mention a few. In this article, we take a quick look at some of the Fog Computing and Data Management issues and challenges.

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SDN/NFV: Enhancing Network Capacity and Functionality

SDN was originally developed to address the problems of large data centers, where virtualization of hardware and operating system is important (think cloud computing). It will likely spread to other areas, including the WAN, where virtualization and the ability to dial up bandwidth and related characteristics would be extremely valuable as well. NFV is an outgrowth of SDN in many respects, concentrating on backbone networks, where the need to rapidly reconfigure resources is key.

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