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Networks Supporting Health Care Pressed Even More
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Curt Kwak, CIO, Proliance Surgeons

Increased use of electronic applications in the healthcare industry has transformed many Health IT organizations across the country. The need for scalable and fully functional networks is no longer a desire, but an absolute requirement in...

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...

Optimized Networks for an Agile Workplace
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Steve Miller, CIO, Steelcase

Any business hoping to compete in the modern world is devoting extensive resources toward transforming the digital experience for customers and employees. This involves the integration and adoption of new digital tools aimed to make teams more...

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...

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...

Networks Supporting Health Care Pressed Even More
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cioviewpoint

Curt Kwak, CIO, Proliance Surgeons

Increased use of electronic applications in the healthcare industry has transformed many Health IT organizations across the country. The need for scalable and fully functional networks is no longer a desire, but an absolute requirement in...

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...

Next-Gen Wireless Trends Every CIO Needs to Know
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Dr. Derek Peterson, CTO, Boingo Wireless

Global IT spending will reach $3.7 trillion in 2018, up 4.5 percent from 2017, as the Internet of Things (IoT), big data, artificial intelligence, and blockchain drive growth, according to Gartner. At the center of new innovations impacting the...

How Will Mobile Devices Access The Internet Of Tomorrow?
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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...

Wireless First for Microsoft Employees
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Brent Hermanson, Principal Manager, Microsoft

Real-time collaboration and modern work environments require people to be mobile and untethered from their traditional desktops. Our employees expect a seamless wireless experience across multiple devices, starting with ease of connecting to our...

WLAN: The Rise of Managed Wi-Fi Services
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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...

Innovating Intelligently
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Joe Iannello, VP & CIO, Capital Metro

Regardless of what business you are in, whether you work in the private or public sector—if you are selling or providing a product or service to your customers— then innovation is a critical success factor in gaining and retaining...

The Global Race to 5G is On
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Tom Sawanobori, SVP & CTO, CTIA

Look around! You will see the vast majority of people using their mobile devices, whether that’s to use the Internet, listen to music, watch videos, or post to social media. As Americans quickly shift to a mobile-first lifestyle, we’re...

How Positive Customer Experiences Deliver a Competitive Advantage for Networking Vendors
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Dan Adam, CIO, Extreme Networks

Consumers are faced with thousands of product and service choices every day-which gives them the power over which companies succeed in the marketplace. Now more than ever, companies are responsible for acknowledging, understanding and delivering...

Current Market Trends Shaping the Wide Area Network Space
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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
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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...

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 in...

GL Communications Launches New Test Suite to Provide Multi-interface Network Simulation
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FREMONT, CA: GL Communications, a supplier of test, monitoring, and analysis equipment for TDM, Wireless, IP, and VoIP networks, releases its new product Internet Protocol (IP) Multimedia Subsystem Network Simulation referred to as MAPS SIP IMS...

Arrow Electronics Simplifies 'Internet of Things' for Enterprises and Hardware Vendors
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LAS VEGAS, CA: Arrow Electronics has announced the launch of its new “Arrow Intelligent Services” framework along with a set of software that aims to simplify the way Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), enterprises and suppliers...

Seamless Integration into Networking Industry
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cioviewpoint

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...

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