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Kill the LAN!
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Nick Roethel, Director of Technology Services (CIO), Metropolitan Transportation Commission

The LAN in the traditional sense is dying. For years, network engineers, suppliers and manufacturers have focused on multilayered, complex networks capable of routing traffic through a tapestry of complex equipment. Now, users demand simple...

Network Troubleshooting: How to Optimize Your Toolset to Tackle Today's Network Issues
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Leon Adato, Head Geek, SolarWinds

Software defined networking (SDN) and the Internet of Things (IoT) are key technology trends sure to affect the future of networking. As such, they currently enjoy the lion’s share of broad industry attention. Now, there’s no harm...

Will SDN replace MPLS? Not so fast
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Vickie Lonker, Vice President of Network and Security Management, Verizon

Enterprises are transforming their networks to leverage the capabilities of SDN (software-defined networks) and new technology advancements such as IoT (Internet of Things) and AI (artificial intelligence). The transformation has been used by...

VoIP SDWAN and Millennials
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Vilas Uchil, Director of Network Engineering, BullsEye Telecom

For more than a decade, we have seen voice over internet protocol (VoIP) phone systems getting widely accepted in both residential as well as commercial space. As compared to the legacy-based plain old telephone service (POTs), VoIP provides...

The Scope of Network Security Architecture
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Large organizations, today, are rapidly transforming their legacy IT infrastructure by incorporating technologies like cloud computing, big data analytics, and the internet of things (IoT). With an increase in network usage, the challenges in...

The Changing Data Center Security Landscape
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Keeping pace with the ever-increasing demand for compute and storage resources is a complicated process with the traditional data center due to its hardware’s physical storage capabilities. The modern-day lean, mean virtual machines take...

The Megatrends Impacting Your Enterprise Infrastructure
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Andrew Morawski, President and Country Chairman, Vodafone Americas

Technology is advancing at record pace, leading to countless opportunities with new communication tools, applications and networking solutions to improve the way we do our jobs. To support these new technologies within the enterprise, CIOs across...

How 5G, AI, and Smart Devices Will Change Everything in the Future
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Steven S. Hoffman, CEO of Founders Space and author of Make Elephants Fly

With the advent of 5G technology, everything is about to change. The deployment of 5G will not only provide far greater bandwidth, but it will dramatically speed up the rate at which devices communicate. This means more devices can talk to one...

The 5G Container Ship: Loaded With Sliced Beams and Liferafts
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Mansoor Hanif, Director of Converged Networks and Innovation, BT

In most countries LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) can effectively handle traffic growth for the next 2-3 years and Gigabit-networks based on LTE-A are already commercial. But going beyond the gigabit peak-speed mark would be difficult, expensive and...

Frustrations of a Healthcare CIO
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Mark Crandall, CIO, Consulate Health Care

As a national leading provider of senior healthcare services to 150 care centers in 15 states, Consulate Health Care has grown with a strong focus on patient needs. When I took the post as CIO back in 2014, my team was driven by company goals...

InfiNet Wireless to introduce a new record-breaking spectral efficiency solution at MWC Shanghai
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,“ The global leader in fixed broadband connectivity, InfiNet Wireless, is set to showcase its new SDR (Software Defined Radio) technology which optimizes spectral efficiency further than any solutions available in today's...

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The Increasing Need of Edge Data Centers for SMBs
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Tier one cities have been getting all the attention from data center providers for many years now. Carriers and its customers needed to access metro-fiber networks and cross-connects in the most densely populated facilities of the world. As most...

Software Defined Networking Is Going Mainstream - Really
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Mike Frane, VP, Product Management, Windstream Enterprise

If you have sufficient gray in your hair, you were probably introduced to data networking through an enterprise LAN, an innovation connecting computing devices among collocated workgroups. If you came to enterprise networking a bit later, your...

Run Smarter, More Efficient Networks with Analytics, Machine Learning, and Automation
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Brendan Gill, CEO, OpenSignal

Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI) will change virtually every industry. Smart tools are penetrating the hardware and software used by organizations around the world, helping them to make better decisions and automate...

Seamless Integration into Networking Industry
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Robert Lewis, CIO, Assurant

Steps to take for innovating Networking Companies For most businesses today, it is about integration--seamless integration into industry leading productivity software and solutions. Today’s environment demands interoperability among many...

Digital Transformation: The Networking Challenge of Our Time
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Andrew Dugan, CTO, Level 3 Communications

Anywhere we look today, across nearly every industry and continent, we see evidence of a world in the midst of a digital transformation. Regardless of their traditional markets and models, businesses ranging from local coffee shops to...

Transforming the Communication Service Provider Networks with SDN and NFV
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Larry Horner, CTO, Solutions Architect, Intel Corporation [NASDAQ:INTC]

The Communication Service Provider (CSP) industry is a collection of interconnected network operators totaling over 350 operators that literally span the globe. This unified communications network is under ever increasing pressure as the ARPU...

Availing Benefits of IoT
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Enterprise decision-makers are constantly seeking to avail the benefits of the Internet of Things (IoT) even as its adoption is slowed by its complexity and security challenges. Large-scale IoT deployments are quickly becoming reality with the...

SDN and Gigabit Speeds: Enabling Networking's Newest Generational Moment
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Kevin O’Toole, SVP, Comcast

It’s not often that the networking industry finds itself in the midst of the next generational moment, but I believe that’s exactly where we are with the convergence of two fundamental technologies: software-defined networking (SDN)...

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