Tag: Russia

Internet, Modern Media

Global standard setting at 3GPP endangered with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine (Analyst Angle)

March 14, 2022

Via: RCR Wireless News

It took the industry 30 years to consolidate mobile communications developments into a single 4G standard with the introduction of LTE and the demise of WiMAX. That attainment—also in 5G—should be cherished; but it is imperiled by geopolitical developments. While […]


How and Why Is Russia Trying to Cut Itself from Global Internet

September 28, 2021

Via: Natalie Dunn

One piece of news that went almost unnoticed recently is that Russia is taking a major step in cyberwar preparations, successfully testing RuNet, the Russian Sovereign Internet, by disconnecting from the global internet. In June and July, Russia successfully tested […]


Russia’s NTV Taps Imagine Communications for Transition to IP Playout

December 5, 2018

Via: Broadcast Beat

Imagine Communications has delivered a scalable, next-generation playout system for Russian broadcaster NTV. Looking to expand its operations to support new channels, NTV decided to take the opportunity to move to an IP infrastructure for all-HD distribution. NTV’s new playout […]


U.S. Government: Russian Hackers Targeting Cisco Smart Install Protocol; 168,000 Systems Potentially Exposed

April 17, 2018

Via: CRN

Cisco Systems has identified more than 168,000 systems that are potentially exposed via its Cisco Smart Install Client, which the U.S. government said is being targeted by Russian state-sponsored hackers. In an alert issued April 16, the U.S. Computer Emergency […]