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Kill the LAN!
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cioviewpoint

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...

Cloud Networking: Lessons Learned from Compute
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cxoinsights

Jeff Raymond, VP, EOS Software and Services, Arista Networks

As the industry sifts through the software defined networking (SDN) hype of the last few years, real use-cases have emerged for greater business agility through software control of the networking stack. Many of these use-cases were initially...

Software to be an Integral Part of Networking
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cxoinsights

Lloyd Carney, CEO, Brocade

What significant changes did the Storage segment witness in 2013? What did these changes mean to vendors and customers? The single biggest change in our industry has been the mainstream adoption of Solid State Disk (SSD) storage. We have said...

Digital Transformation: The Networking Challenge of Our Time
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cxoinsights

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...

Right-Sizing Enterprise Networks with Microwave
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cxoinsights

Ola Gustafsson, SVP & Chief Product Officer, Aviat Networks [NASDAQ:AVNW]

The complexity and operational demands of enterprise networks continue to grow rapidly as user applications multiply and enterprise connectivity and service delivery infrastructure work to keep up. The evolution is never-ending, and enterprise IT...

SDN and Gigabit Speeds: Enabling Networking's Newest Generational Moment
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cxoinsights

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)...

Navigating the Ecosystem of Application Performance Monitoring
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cxoinsights

Ulrica de Fort-Menares, VP of Product Strategy, LiveAction

Performance is a major factor in business-critical applications. True application performance monitoring cross-cuts many IT tiers: network infrastructure, physical and virtual infrastructure, databases, mobile devices, desktops, etc. Application...

How Will Mobile Devices Access The Internet Of Tomorrow?
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cxoinsights

Chad Leverenz, VP IT Infrastructure, Development, Mercy Housing

Do you remember surfing the Internet in 1996 without regard for security and performance? Do you remember vampire taps and the beginning of man-in-the-middle? The future access to the internet must be more secure than today including...

Right-Sizing Enterprise Networks with Microwave
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cxoinsights

Ola Gustafsson, Sr. VP & Chief Product Officer, Aviat Networks

The complexity and operational demands of enterprise networks continue to grow rapidly as user applications multiply and enterprise connectivity and service delivery infrastructure work to keep up. The evolution is never-ending, and enterprise...

WLAN: The Rise of Managed Wi-Fi Services
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cxoinsights

Matthias Machowinski, Senior Research Director, Enterprise Networks and Video, IHS

Managed networking services are services in which a third party (e.g., a service provider or a value-added reseller) handles various aspects of the day-to-day operation of an organization’s network and/or networking devices, rather than the...

Digital Transformation: The Networking Challenge of Our Time
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cxoinsights

Andrew Dugan, SVP- Network Architecture & Engineering, 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...

Current Market Trends Shaping the Wide Area Network Space
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cxoinsights

Mark Fishburn, Director, Market Strategy, Broadband Forum

In our industry, it is easy to be lured by technologies and view them as market trends. It would be easy to reel off the usual acronym list and you are likely expecting SDN, NFV, G.fast, IoT and 5G to appear in this first paragraph. Having gotten...

Survival Strategies for a Post-WAN World: Cloud Architecture, SD-WAN, and the Future of Corporate Networks
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cxoinsights

Mike Kozlowski, VP, Product Management, Windstream

Wide Area Networks (WAN) are one of the most durable, longest-standing technologies in the IT world, but the era of WAN as a foundation for corporate computing is nearing an end because of a combination of factors that are quickly making this...

New Paradigm of Converged SD-WAN, Security and Virtualization
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cxoinsights

Michael O’Malley, VP Strategy & Business Development, Radware

As IT departments look for more and better ways to offer reliable services to their enterprise users, two significant trends attempt to remake the WAN interface. Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN) is rapidly changing how enterprises deploy connectivity...

Growing Broadband - Future Challenges and Opportunities for Service Providers
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cxoinsights

Brian Peterson, Regional VP Engineering, Frontier Communication

I remember the early days of broadband clearly. It was around Y2K, as every network provider was rapidly moving customers from dial-up to a newly designed A synchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) network providing dedicated Digital Subscriber Lines (DSL)...

802.11ac and 2.5G Ethernet Speeds: Enabling the Mobile Enterprise
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cxoinsights

Nicholas Ilyadis, VP & CTO, Infrastructure & Networking Group, Broadcom

Network administrators and the enterprise networks they oversee are under siege. At every turn, there is pressure to deploy mega-scale data centers and migrate to cloud computing. And, with the amount of data doubling in size roughly every two...

Synopsys Unveils its VC VIP for Ethernet 400G, Accelerates Formation of Networking Chips
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> news

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA: To fulfill the growing demand of bandwidth supporting video on demand, social networking and cloud services, Synopsys, provider of electronic design automation, announces the latest release of verification IP (VIP) and source...

Infinera collaborates with Corsa to Bring out Multi-layer SDN-controlled 100G Services
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> news

SUNNYVALE, CA: Infinera and Corsa recently demonstrated the SDN-enabled on-demand 100 gigabits per second packet services; via Corsa's 100G DP6400 switching platform, Infinera’s Cloud Xpress Metro Optical Transport platform and...

Orthogone Technologies Puts its Trust in Ixia's Network Testing Solutions for its New IP Cores
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> news

FREMONT, CA: With the increasing risks of DDoS attacks, advanced malware, botnets, and data breaches, network defenses are constantly under attack. To determine how a security device will perform on a particular network when used in production,...

Hibernia Networks Brings its Latest Ethernet-based Cloud Connectivity to Equinix Cloud Exchange Platform
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> news

FREMONT, CA: To enable cloud providers provide high-speed connectivity for latency sensitive and data-intensive cloud applications, Hibernia Networks, a provider of high speed global telecommunications services, offers Ethernet connectivity to and...

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