Partners Go Beyond Virtualization with Citrix Workspace

| March 22, 2019

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Hybrid cloud solutions are the future, and Citrix is leading the way. Hear from our partners as they describe how Citrix Workspace allows customers to work within their solutions all "on one pane of glass.”

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Blue Violet Networks

Your All-in-One Partner for Security Systems Integration and Business Communication Technology since 1979. What We Do Blue Violet Networks is a leading provider of voice, data, and video solutions for a range of organizations—from the very small, single site office to the multi-site, large enterprises. With an extensive portfolio of solutions we’re able to assess and present ideas to help you establish or improve your applications infrastructure—think of us as an extended member of your IT staff. We specialize in Mitel unified communications for enterprise class customers, network infrastructure solutions, video surveillance, and access control systems from a broad range of manufacturers: Juniper, HP, Cisco, Microsoft, VMWare, Avigilon, OnSSI and Keri Systems. Where We Do It Blue Violet Networks is headquartered in Costa Mesa, Ca install and supports projects throughout North America.

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AT&T expands its 5G network to 22 new cities and introduces mmWave 5G+ in some markets

Article | March 5, 2020

5G on mmWave frequencies is the fastest offering, but it has pretty severe range limitations. This is the same 5G technology that Verizon is using, and it requires customers to be in very specific locations to connect to it. But when you can get it, AT&T promises speeds up to 2Gbps. Only the Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra support mmWave on AT&T and not the carrier’s variant of the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G. The company’s mmWave network, which they are calling “5G+,” is available in 35 cities. Last month, AT&T expanded its coverage of sub-6GHz 5G to more cities. This week, they are adding 22 more markets to the list, bringing the total number up to 80. Those markets include:

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GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR SD-WAN: FEATURES YOU NEED TO START USING TODAY

Article | March 5, 2020

Software-defined wide-area network, also known as SD-WAN, is an implementation of software-defined networking (SDN) technology applied on WAN. This can include WAN connections such as broadband Internet, MPLS, and 4G. One of the most common reasons large businesses use SD-WAN is that it helps them connect their branch offices to centralized datacenters located over large geographical distances. While being very helpful to enterprises in a variety of ways, SD-WAN initially lacked several features such as application-aware routing, integrated firewalls, analytics tools, and more.

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Huawei: AR Needs 5G, 5G needs AR

Article | March 5, 2020

Without a robust 5G network, carriers will not be able to take full advantage of new business opportunities surrounding augmented reality (AR). This was the bottom-line message from Huawei’s recent Better World Summit (BWS), which turned the spotlight on “5G+AR.” How the network is designed is another key consideration. If AR headsets are to become lighter and cheaper, offloading compute processing to the network edge and cloud — over stable and low-latency 5G connections — is essential. It is why Huawei advocates a partnership approach, spanning AR collaboration in all three areas: 5G networks, devices, and content. The prize of getting these sorts of partnerships ‘right’ is huge. According to Huawei, working in tandem with a third-party research institute, the AR market will reach a hefty $300 billion with 1.2 billion users by 2025.

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5 Technology Trends That Will Advance Networking

Article | March 5, 2020

With the emergence of new technologies, the networking field is transforming rapidly. The epicenter of networking has shifted to clouds from datacenters. Similarly, the focus of networking has also moved towards mobile devices. In the upcoming years, tech trends will hugely impact the way a business operates and bring the rise of Industry 4.0. Top Networking Tech Trends 1. 5G and WI-FI 6 Undoubtedly, the deployment of next-generation wireless networking will be around the corner. In the arena of mobile devices, 5G is set to rewrite the new technological possibilities. It will uncover the true power of augmented reality and IoT. On the other hand, the next journey of the WI-FI Standard - WI-FI 6 or 802.11ax will become the step for a non-stop innovative world. It will add density, flexibility, scalability, and efficiency for increasing the internet speed of multiple connected devices. That will in return improve the working capabilities of businesses. 2. SD-WAN As the name suggested, SD-WAN is the software-defined approach for managing WANs. It can lower operating costs while amplifying the usage of resources in multiple deployments. It increases the security level for applications and enables admin to use bandwidth efficiently. It will become the standard format for wide area networks and will help in connecting public cloud resources and branch offices. 3. Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) SASE is a new networking technology that converges functions of different security and network solutions into one global cloud service. It is an architectural alteration of networking and security that supports IT to offer prompt, holistic, and versatile service to the digital business. It amplifies the security postures, improves access performance, and diminishes operational complexity. It helps organizations to develop new products faster and respond to business needs or changes. 4. IoT/Edge Networking In comparison to traditional cloud computing, edge computing is the idea to bring data and computers much closer to the end-users. It reduces the need for long-distance communication among client and server, and lessen the cost of bandwidth. It will remain to achieve drift in companies while they decentralize their networks. 5. Automation in Networking Network automation is the process that automates security and network to maximize the functionality and efficiency of the network. It will help IT companies to deploy applications faster. It is set to take the digital transformation to the next step by automation of network and security operations. It reduces the risk of downtime and failure of the network while making the management faster, simpler, and easier. Connecting to Future Networking Based on the trends that will reshape the networking world, we are going to see a significant change in the tech landscape. 2021 will be transformative for every person around the world. Several long-held concepts and infrastructure will be replaced by new ones making the network a vital asset to the business. Besides, the organizations are ready to take advantage of them in a way that was never imagined before. For any question or concern, have an IT consultation from the experienced.

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Blue Violet Networks

Your All-in-One Partner for Security Systems Integration and Business Communication Technology since 1979. What We Do Blue Violet Networks is a leading provider of voice, data, and video solutions for a range of organizations—from the very small, single site office to the multi-site, large enterprises. With an extensive portfolio of solutions we’re able to assess and present ideas to help you establish or improve your applications infrastructure—think of us as an extended member of your IT staff. We specialize in Mitel unified communications for enterprise class customers, network infrastructure solutions, video surveillance, and access control systems from a broad range of manufacturers: Juniper, HP, Cisco, Microsoft, VMWare, Avigilon, OnSSI and Keri Systems. Where We Do It Blue Violet Networks is headquartered in Costa Mesa, Ca install and supports projects throughout North America.

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