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Why Enterprises Prefer Private 5G?
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Private 5G wireless networks are expected to win the attention of enterprise IT managers who are looking for dedicated systems that promise to offer next-level performance, security, reliability, and privacy for IIoT applications. FREMONT, CA:...

Cisco Elevates the Speed and Intelligence of Storage Area Networking Family
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Cisco adds 64G, Ansible and analytics support to MDS SAN family to stay ahead of others and be compatible with the next iteration of industry’s FC standard. Fremont, CA: To support ever-increasing workloads, Cisco has elevated the speed...

Mellanox introduces ConnectX-6 Dx and BlueField-2 Cloud SmartNICs and I/O Processing Unit (IPU)
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ConnectX-6 Dx and BlueField-2 Ethernet and InfiniBand Connectivity allow the next generation of Cloud, Secure Data Centers, and Storage Platforms a new level of security and efficiency for the organizations. FREMONT, CA: Mellanox Technologies,...

ADVA becomes the New Backbone Network of Welcome Italia
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Brian Protiva, CEO

ADVA has recently declared that Welcome Italia has chosen its FSP 3000 and ALM fiber monitoring solutions. Is it going to impact enterprise services in Italy? If yes, then how? FREMONT, CA: ADVA, an intelligent telecommunications...

How to Optimize the Network for VoIP?
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FREMONT, CA – For the last decade, businesses have been transferring their voice traffic to the data network. Many easy-to-use solutions have cropped up over the years to aid small to midsized business (SMB) customers. However, to...

Towards Enhanced Software Networking with the Upcoming VPN Trends
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Almost every element of information technology looks for ways to achieve networking flexibility along with prioritizing security. Technologists predict that the forthcoming Virtual Private Network (VPN) opportunities offer robust,...

The Foundation for Digitization: Software-Defined Networks
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Axel Clauberg, VP Strategic Portfolio Management, T-Systems International GmbH, TC Services Portfolio Unit

Over the last few years, the discussion about our Digital Future becoming a headline topic has garnered a lot of traction. On the Enterprise-side, digitization triggered a massive growth in the number of applications, the move to microservices, as...

Security Practices for Industrial and Office Ethernet Networks
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The industrial sector makes rapid progress in digitalization, and the developments are noticeable. The landscape is evolving, and the communication is networked among companies from various backgrounds. The companies exchange data in real time...

Copper and Fiber: Active in Ethernet communication
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In a mobile military and airborne platform, the transition is taking place from a mechanical system to electronic control. As electronic content continues to grow lately, the processing loads happen on every platform. Traditional protocols...

Spectrum Enterprise Rolls Out Managed SD-WAN To Improve Network Flexibility
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Digital advancements are changing the business landscape, and enterprise infrastructure has become the cornerstone of progress. To stay competitive right digital infrastructure is needed. To help organizations with that, a part of Charter...

Frontier-Equinix Collaboration: Securing the Cloud Services
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Frontier Communications Corporation is committed to helping clients navigate internet services and entertainment. Being a leader in providing communications services to suburban, urban, and rural communities in 29 states, Frontier offers...

The Rise of Ethernet and Data Networking
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Data transmission in less time but with a secure environment is putting a huge strain on existing data center network and storage architectures. Also, the demands of the emerging innovations like artificial intelligence, machine learning, and...

Managing Endpoints using Device Control
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USB ports are on virtually every workstation and notebook throughout an enterprise network. However, how dangerous is the USB port and how important is it that a security solution gives the visibility and control of what is on their...

High Performance Computing Grows Up
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David Rukshin, CTO, WorldQuant, LLC

In recent years High Performance Computing (HPC) has matured from a niche technology used in government and scientific research to a feature in advanced enterprise applications, particularly in the areas of oil and gas exploration, financial...

Transformation of an enterprise service provider: Juniper MX platform
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Chuck Girt, CTO, One Community

The challenge today in Carrier class networks is meeting the high demand of customer expectations and diversity of delivery mechanisms while keeping costs within reason. As a carrier service provider solving the various transport options can be...

Here Comes 25 Gig Ethernet!
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Paul Kish, Director of Systems, Belden

You may have heard plenty of industry buzz over the past few months regarding 25 gigabit Ethernet. That is no surprise considering that several big data centers and cloud computing providers like Google, Microsoft, Broadcom, Arista and Mellanox...

Will the Real Ethernet Fabric Please Stand Up?
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Jean Turgeon, VP & Chief Technologist, Avaya

Many will remember the early days of fixed-format Ethernet Switches, when the development of resilient configurations was initiated as an alternative to existing Modular Chassis systems. While we can debate who invented what, and when –...

Carrier Ethernet, the On-Ramp to Private Cloud Services
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Mike Aquino, President & CEO, Overture Networks

To support the ongoing move by enterprises to relocate applications to the virtual private cloud, Communications Service Providers (CSPs) are leveraging a new foundation of virtualization and automation. In an earlier edition “Laying...

Enhancing Flash Drive Networking Capabilities
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Many new updates involving AI and machine learning have transformed businesses in the networking landscape, bringing in several connectivity options. Resources for connectivity have increased. Connectivity servers have also been introduced...

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...