Introducing SD-WAN: Stay Ahead of your WAN Solutions

Zyxel

If your company is beginning to embark on a digital transformation journey, ultimately, you’ll have to confront the question of how to modernize the Wide Area Network (WAN) and ensure it is up to the task of supporting the transformation effort.Today, most organizations are concluding that Software Defined-WAN (SD-WAN) is the best way to add the controls necessary for the digital age. The next question becomes, do you build your own SD-WAN (the DIY approach) or buy it as a service? While doing it yourself has been the go-to method for decades now, the transformation efforts sweeping through enterprises worldwide, and the shift to cloud, is causing a fundamental rethink of this approach.
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Spotlight

In automotive, there will be exponentially higher demand on communication networks and cloud computing resources due to the growing number of vehicle embedded devices with high-capacity bandwidth and computing requirements. Data transmission between connected cars and the cloud is predicted to reach as high as 10 exabytes per month by 2025 – that’s 10,000 times the amount of data typically exchanged today.


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Open NX-OS Is Here: Maximize Programmability with NX-API REST

cisco.com

Programmable networks will forever change the way you manage infrastructure enabling you to dramatically accelerate configuration and deployment of your network, automate time consuming manual tasks, and allocate IT resources far more efficiently. Are you ready for the revolution? Discover how to create a programmable network as we discuss and demonstrate the NX-API and NX-API REST (Object Model) in detail. Understand how Cisco Open NX-OS extensibility exposes greater programmability and automation capabilities that eliminate costly manual errors.
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2016 Crystal Ball - Top Disruptive Networking Technologies Heading Your Way

BrightTALK

Annual Crystal Ball Webinar - The Top Disruptive Networking Technologies Heading Your Way Which new trends and technologies will be game-changing in 2016? What trends from last year will continue? What benefits will these new concepts bring and what challenges will you have to tackle? Join David Hughes, Founder and CEO of Silver Peak, for the annual Crystal Ball Webinar. David will share his predictions for the coming year and also look back at last year’s predictions that will continue to impact the world of networking. He will discuss technologies that took the industry by storm and ones that quite simply missed the mark. Find out for yourself how accurate David’s 2015 predictions were and more importantly, what’s in store for 2016. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from one of the leading experts in networking who has been at the forefront of the wide area network (WAN) industry for more than a decade
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BitBusters: Clip-On Cisco WLAN

Aruba Networks

Not all APs are made the same. Cisco promises an upgrade path to higher performance with clip-on APs. RC helicopters uncovered a different story in this head-to-head performance test with 11n and 11ac laptops.
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NFV and SDN Lessons Learned from vCPE Deployments

Accedian Networks Performance Assurance Solution

Service providers around the world are investing time and energy into using NFV and SDN for vE-CPE enterprise and vCPE consumer services, but the road to live deployments has been fraught with many issues, problems and challenges. The goals are clear: to increase revenue and service agility by applying NFV and SDN for automation and operational efficiencies. Customers can use self-service portals to change bandwidths at sites and add or change levels of firewalls, WAN optimization controllers, IDS/IPS, or parental controls. This webinar brings the experiences, lessons and discoveries from service providers that have deployed enterprise vE-CPE and/or consumer vCPE...
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Spotlight

In automotive, there will be exponentially higher demand on communication networks and cloud computing resources due to the growing number of vehicle embedded devices with high-capacity bandwidth and computing requirements. Data transmission between connected cars and the cloud is predicted to reach as high as 10 exabytes per month by 2025 – that’s 10,000 times the amount of data typically exchanged today.

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