Embedded Hypervisor Market will Exhibit a Steady Growth of US$ 6.4 Bn by 2027

Marketresearchgazette | June 11, 2019

Recently, Future Market Insights has presented value analysis and insights on the adoption of embedded hypervisors in various applications and enterprises across the globe. It has also discussed the component part of embedded hypervisors and their significance in important geographies along with key players involved in this market. Future Market Insights, in its recent publication titled Embedded Hypervisor Market: Global Industry analysis (2012-2016) and Opportunity Assessment (2017-2027) has covered a holistic angle of the global market place for embedded hypervisors with the help of a detailed market segmentation. The research report also discusses about opportunities for embedded hypervisors, trends influencing the global market, drivers fuelling the growth of the global embedded hypervisor market and restraints that have a negative impact on the global embedded hypervisor market. Along with market analyses from 2012-2016 and current market scenario (in 2017), the report also reflects a forecast analysis along with recommendations 10 years down the line.

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Verizon expands VRAN leadership position with addition of first Ericsson VRAN cell site into its network

Verizon | December 09, 2022

Verizon, the leader in Virtualized Radio Access Network (VRAN) innovation, announced today it has extended its network virtualization efforts with the addition of the first Ericsson virtualized cell site (also referred to as Ericsson Cloud RAN), with support from Intel and RedHat providing the processing and cloud-native orchestration functions. The advancements in Radio Access Network virtualization allows Verizon to rapidly respond to customers’ varied latency and computing needs, and provides greater flexibility and agility in the introduction of new products and services. The move to a cloud-native, virtualized architecture with standardized interfaces in every part of the network leads to greater flexibility, faster delivery of services, greater scalability, and improved cost efficiency in networks. Verizon has been a global leader in virtualizing its network, announcing recently it already has 8,000 cell sites already virtualized in its network with an eye towards virtualizing 20,000 sites. Virtualizing the far edge of the RAN – the cell sites closest to the customer - is a function of decoupling the hardware and software associated with a cell tower and transitioning the software so that it’s not just stored in the cloud, but is designed for a cloud-native architecture and operation. Just this week, Verizon and Ericsson published a position paper outlining the optimal technology path for VRAN in order to maximize the performance and efficiency of the network, disaggregate hardware from software, and simplify deployment wherever possible. This technology is built into the first Ericsson virtualized cell site deployed in the Verizon network. Components of VRAN Verizon coordinated with many ecosystem partners to welcome Ericsson’s first virtualized cell site. Ericsson provided its commercial 5G Cloud RAN solution, consisting of a virtualized Central Unit (vCU), a virtualized Distributed Unit (vDU), and radio units. This software-based 5G Cloud RAN solution spans across all of Verizon’s frequency bands, utilizing both FDD and TDD 5G spectrum assets, including Massive MIMO support for C-band and interconnecting previously deployed equipment to enable Ericsson Spectrum Sharing between LTE and NR carriers. The Ericsson Cloud RAN solution offers Verizon efficiency and in network deployment and operational management transformation. Intel provided its 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processor, Intel vRAN Dedicated Accelerator ACC100 and Intel Ethernet Network Adapter E810 to deliver the processing, acceleration and connectivity requirements. Red Hat provided Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes to manage their fleet at scale in collaboration with Red Hat Consulting. As part of the solution, Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management delivers cloud-scale manageability by configuring the 5G RAN using a Distributed Unit (DU) profile, which deploys real-time OS kernel optimizations to run vRAN and other cloud-native application workloads from a single console. Red Hat OpenShift also incorporates zero-touch provisioning to enable distributed deployment at scale required to operate a large scale RAN. Virtualization paves the way for exciting innovation Verizon has been leading the way in virtualization with its vendor partners for years. Verizon began the journey by virtualizing the core of its network. In the years since, Verizon has been working with partners in lab trials and field tests and has been deploying cloud-based cell sites, building programmability into the network to meet the needs of today’s 5G customers and 5G solutions of tomorrow. Key 5G use cases focused on providing the best, most efficient network for customers, will heavily rely on the programmability of virtualized networks. Networks must serve IoT devices that do very little networking and stay in place, smartphones with infinite opportunities to use data in a highly mobile environment, and complex solutions like Augmented Reality that require massive computing capabilities on the edge of the network. These various network solutions rely on a correlated variety of resources from the network, which until recently have been defined rigidly and manually. Using orchestration and automation capabilities at scale on virtual infrastructure, Verizon automates network configuration changes and resource scaling dynamically based on demand. This is one of the greatest benefits of virtualizing a network - essentially building programmability into the network. Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE, Nasdaq: VZ) was formed on June 30, 2000 and is one of the world’s leading providers of technology and communications services. Headquartered in New York City and with a presence around the world, Verizon generated revenues of $133.6 billion in 2021. The company offers data, video and voice services and solutions on its award-winning networks and platforms, delivering on customers’ demand for mobility, reliable network connectivity, security and control.

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ExpressVPN confirms security of its desktop apps with three new independent audits

ExpressVPN | November 24, 2022

Leading consumer privacy and security company ExpressVPN has validated the security posture of all its desktop apps through three new independent audits by respected cybersecurity firms, Cure53 and F-Secure. The three new audits come just weeks after KPMG's audit of ExpressVPN's no-logs policy, underlining ExpressVPN's dedication to third-party privacy and security verifications. Cure53 tested both ExpressVPN's macOS and Linux desktop apps through white-box penetration tests and source code audits. The assessments confirm that the apps are secured against cyber security threats from malicious adversaries. This also validates the extensive work done by ExpressVPN's engineering and security experts in building a safer, more open internet for millions of people worldwide. F-Secure also reviewed ExpressVPN's Windows v12 app through penetration testing and source code auditing, and found no significant weaknesses. The audit verifies that ExpressVPN's latest Windows desktop app cannot be manipulated to leak information, such as a user's IP address, outside the VPN tunnel. It also confirms that the app is not susceptible to remote code execution attacks. Having all of ExpressVPN's desktop apps audited means that users can go online with the assurance that their privacy is protected, and do so confidently. The full audit report by Cure53 for macOS can be found here and Linux here. F-Secure's audit of ExpressVPN's Windows v12 app is available here. "As part of our continuous trust and transparency efforts, we're proud to announce that all of our desktop apps have now been audited, These audits are a testament to the efforts we put into improving and securing our product, and we're glad to receive the validation from Cure53 and F-Secure. We're committed to delivering audits on our mobile apps soon, and will continue to ensure privacy and security at every touchpoint of our product." Brian Schirmacher, penetration testing manager at ExpressVPN About ExpressVPN Since 2009, ExpressVPN has empowered millions of users to take control of their internet experience. The company's award-winning consumer VPN service is backed by its open-source VPN protocol Lightway, delivering user privacy in just a few clicks. ExpressVPN's Keys password manager and Aircove router make digital privacy and security easy and accessible for all. With a commitment to transparency, ExpressVPN products have been audited by PwC, Cure53, and others.

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Turbo VPN Allows Access to Worldwide Content and Endless Entertainment for Global Users

Innovative Connecting Pte Ltd | November 25, 2022

Turbo VPN, developed by Innovative Connecting, a Singapore-based VPN provider, is providing worldwide access to content and endless entertainment for global users. Reputable for its super-fast and secure connection, this VPN service was established in 2018 and is trusted by 300 million users. Featuring a new tagline of "VPN for Everyone," Turbo VPN has quickly expanded its reach and is ready to serve internet users in more than 150 different countries. Turbo VPN uses an ultra-fast VPN to facilitate live streaming and gaming in high definition. Using secure, military-grade encryption and a no-logs policy, Turbo VPN is able to protect online data and minimize risks. Users can watch worldwide entertainment with just one click with Turbo VPN, including social media, streaming, and gaming. With Turbo VPN, users can hide their address and location while being able to access streaming platforms cross-regionally. The VPN service also offers data security when connecting to mobile hotspots and public WiFi sources. By featuring a strict no-log policy and high-level encryption protocols, Turbo VPN offers a service that users can trust. Additionally, users will find this application simple to use, offering a one-tap connection to the desired VPN server. Headquartered in Singapore, the company that developed Turbo VPN, Innovative Connecting, is a fast-growing technology company, trusted by over 300 million users globally. Innovative Connecting makes its customers the top priority, offering 24/7 customer care service and the utmost privacy. Innovative Connecting was founded with the vision to create a high-quality network that is accessible to everyone. It wanted to create a safe place for entertainment of all genres to be easily available to people of all ages. Founded in Singapore, a global hub for innovation and technology, Innovative Connecting focuses on connecting the world with technologies and believes in the power of the open web. When using Turbo VPN, users can protect up to 5 devices at once while also freely streaming their favorite shows, regardless of whether they are abroad or at home. Users can access websites, apps, social media networks, and other online services without any slowdown. Turbo VPN is also practical for gamers who wish to minimize a game's latency and accelerate mobile game speeds. Turbo VPN can improve the gaming experience for users of many gaming apps and websites. A Chrome-compatible version of Turbo VPN was released in June 2022. Turbo VPN is also compatible with iOS, Mac, Android, and Windows. This user-friendly application makes stable and fast VPN servers accessible to internet users worldwide. Turbo VPN is available for purchase for as little as $4.17 per month. One-month plans are available for $11.99. Subscribed Turbo VPN users receive unlimited access to over 21,000 fast and secure servers from over 45 countries without having to pay any extra download or usage fees.

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