• 400GE is Revolutionary, Not Evolutionary

    Next generation optical transceivers are expected to use less power per gigabit, be less expensive per gigabit, and operate at four times the speed of 100GE transceivers. It is rather puzzling how 400GE transceivers w...
    Nicole Faubert
    created by Nicole Faubert
  • Testing the Hearts of Electric & Hybrid Vehicles

    A good idea is never lost, as Thomas Edison said. At the turn of the 20th century, nearly 30% of all cars manufactured in the US were electric-powered, but by the 1920s they had effectively disappeared, thanks to chea...
    Joel Conover
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  • Mining the Blockchain – Part I

    Cryptocurrency news roared in like a lion in 2018. As 2017 came to a close, Bitcoin shares briefly peaked over $19,000 USD. It got me to thinking, a lot.   I made a mental note: I should have bought BTC a year e...
    Jeff Harris
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  • Mining the Blockchain – Part II

    A couple of weeks ago, Jeff Harris wrote the first of a series of blogs on Blockchain. In this second installment, I build on his overview and explore the methods used to create a trusted distributed ledger. To develo...
    Joel Conover
    created by Joel Conover
  • Uber, Beer and Keysight

    On a recent Uber ride in Colorado Springs, my driver was a retiree of Anheuser-Busch, who recently started his Uber career mostly for the social aspects of the job. With pride, he talked about the start of his career ...
    Sandra Cipriani
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  • Uber, Art and Keysight

    On my Uber rides, I talk to drivers who are artists supplementing their income while establishing themselves in the world of painting, drawing, sculpting or photography. Recently, I talked with an Uber driver artist a...
    Sandra Cipriani
    created by Sandra Cipriani
  • Testing Next Generation Networks – A Look at OSI and TCP/IP Models

    In April 2017, one year ago to date, Keysight announced the closing of the acquisition of Ixia. It was positioned as a perfect complement for testing and monitoring next generation networking technologies. As an engin...
    Nicole Faubert
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  • 400GE Innovations at OFC 2018 – Enabling 5G and IoT

    Emerging technologies such as 5G, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), Augmented Reality(AR)/(VR) and autonomous vehicles are driving big data and traffic explosion beyond 100 Gigabit Ethernet (GE) ...
    Nicole Faubert
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  • 5th Generation – it’s not just for mobile anymore

    Yes, please keep reading…  Keysight, a leader in wireless technologies offers complete solutions for technologies such as 5G test beds, over the air (OTA) and many other 5G wireless related technologies. H...
    Brig Asay
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  • The future of design: Integrating services into product development

    When Thomas J. Watson, Jr., the former president of IBM said in a 1973 lecture that “good design is good business,” he was acknowledging the impact design had made on IBM’s fortunes during the 1950s ...
    Jeff Harris
    created by Jeff Harris
  • Uber, Knitting and Keysight

    Occasionally, I take Uber rides and they are almost always a guarantee for fascinating conversation, allowing me insights into very different industries and topics, yet always discovering connections to the industry I...
    Sandra Cipriani
    created by Sandra Cipriani
  • Accelerating Innovation: Keysight’s Solutions Scoop Two Leading Awards

    It is always exciting when the advanced capabilities of your solutions are recognized with prominent industry accolades. So, we were understandably delighted to have recently won major awards for two of our testing pr...
    Marie Hattar
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  • The Product Development Platform Revolution

    In February of 2018, Keysight unveiled its vision for a new design and test engineering platform. Named “PathWave”, this platform will improve productivity and accelerate time-to-market by linking par...
    NEIL MARTIN
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  • Data Centers on Wheels

    As vehicles pack in more and more technology, such as remote diagnostics, on-board GPS, collision avoidance systems, Wi-Fi hotspots for connectivity, cameras and yes, autonomous driving systems, it’s no sur...
    Jeff Harris
    created by Jeff Harris
  • Pokémon GO Foreshadows the Real Killer Apps in Our 5G Future

    I recall detailed conversations during the 2G-to-3G and 3G-to-4G transitions about the elusive “killer app” that would drive the ROI for a better mobile phone system. Our transition to 5G technology is no ...
    Roger Nichols
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  • Where did my network perimeter go? Five steps to ensure persistent security.

    Having a strong perimeter for protection has been a core security strategy for centuries, and it’s still the basic foundation for network security today. Enterprises traditionally focus most of their security ef...
    Jeff Harris
    created by Jeff Harris
  • MWC 2018 Reflections:  The 5G Wave is Building Fast

    I just got back from the giant Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona, and the main impression I took away was that the 5G future is arriving fast, with momentum building for the first rollouts of new services and d...
    Marie Hattar
    created by Marie Hattar
  • From Gold Medals to Wild Boars:  5G Debuts at Winter Olympics 2018

    5G, the fifth-generation wireless network, made its global commercial debut at the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang. This year’s Games were a huge showcase for the technology across a range of applications: driver...
    Marie Hattar
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  • A Tribute to Those Who Inspired Us to Throw a Triumphant Technical Party

    The tables were turned on this well-documented “5G Symposium Critic” last month. This began last spring, when I am sure I visibly flinched when our group president said, “Let’s have a 5G Summit...
    Roger Nichols
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  • Policy’s Impact on 5G: Why Keeping a Watchful Eye Matters

    My first blog posts covering the myth and reality of 5G put everything in the framework of three intertwined drivers: Technology, Policy, and Business Model. If you ever had doubts about the impact of one of these ele...
    Roger Nichols
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