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Why a Russian cartoon bear is more popular than Taylor Swift on YouTube

Written by Jordan Teicher | March 19, 2018 | Cloud, Deep Dive, Telecommunications, Media and Entertainment

An episode of “Masha and the Bear” is the only non-music video to crack YouTube’s top 10 most-watched list. Here's what that means for networks. ...read more


The race to scale network virtualization through automation is accelerating

Written by Jordan Teicher | February 23, 2018 | Automation, Cloud, Telecommunications, Media and Entertainment

The idea of network function virtualization first emerged in 2012 as a way for telcos to meet rising demand for bandwidth, cut down costs, and speed up delivery of new services. But for the most part, implementations have been slow and modest in their scope. In 2018, that’s changing. ...read more


What is network function virtualization?

Written by Jordan Teicher | February 21, 2018 | Cloud, Explain it to a Martian

What is network function virtualization? IBM's Steve Teitzel and Charlie Arteaga explain it. ...read more


Garry Kasparov: it’s time for humans and machines to work together

Written by Jordan Teicher | February 20, 2018 | Cloud, Telecommunications, Media and Entertainment

Chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov is now a vocal advocate of friendly collaboration between humans and AI. ...read more


How gifs conquered the world

Written by Jordan Teicher | February 1, 2018 | Cloud, FutureScape, Telecommunications, Media and Entertainment

GIFs rode the wave of technological change. Now they’re driving it. ...read more


The IBM Insurance Platform helps underwriters embrace the future

Written by Guest Author | January 29, 2018 | Cloud, Customer Experience, Insurance

The IBM Insurance Platform, powered by the cloud, enables variable-cost, scalable industry solutions. ...read more


On New Year’s Eve, do you have the bandwidth to share the #balldrop?

Written by Jordan Teicher | December 31, 2017 | Cloud, Telecommunications, Media and Entertainment

Revelers have been celebrating New Year’s Eve in Times Square since 1904, and each year the party gets bigger and bigger. Last year, an estimated 2 million people gathered in midtown Manhattan to ring in the start of 2017. This year’s event—which features musical performances, celebrity appearances, and hourly countdowns before the midnight ball drop— ...read more


Streaming this weekend? 5 games you need to see

Written by Jordan Teicher | November 22, 2017 | Cloud, Telecommunications, Media and Entertainment

More Thanksgiving football streaming means more strain on networks, and a greater potential for bandwidth shortages that can result in broadcast issues. ...read more


How to never stop watching football this Thanksgiving

Written by Jordan Teicher | November 20, 2017 | Cloud, Manufacturing, Telecommunications, Media and Entertainment

Increasingly, fans are turning to live streaming to watch pro football games. ...read more