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Palo Alto Networks SASE Converge updates boost security, UX

With the announcement of its latest SASE portfolio updates and the acquisition of Talon, Palo Alto Networks connects the dots between security and performance.

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SASE vs. NaaS: What's the difference?

SASE and NaaS are network models with different goals. SASE combines SD-WAN with cloud-based security, while NaaS lets businesses outsource network management via a subscription model.


5G Advanced features include accurate timing, AI support

5G Advanced is the latest 5G specification, aiming to deliver enhanced massive MIMO, 5G integration with AI and accurate location positioning. Here's more about recent developments.

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How to build a private 5G network architecture

A private 5G network could provide organizations with greater control over their wireless environments. But cost and complexity could be critical deterrents.

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    single-user multiple input, multiple output (SU-MIMO)

    Single-user multiple input, multiple output (SU-MIMO) is a multitransmitter and receiver technology that lets a wireless access point send multiple, simultaneous data streams to one compatible endpoint at a time.

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    Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)

    Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) is a protocol that maps dynamic IP addresses to permanent physical machine addresses in a local area network (LAN).

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    ternary content-addressable memory (TCAM)

    Ternary content-addressable memory (TCAM) is a specialized type of high-speed memory that searches its entire contents in a single clock cycle.

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