Data Center Channel
News and Analysis
Investment banking firm expects its journey to software-defined networking will be a long haul.
More News and Analysis
- NEC Releases Uber SDN Controller
- SDN Planning Under Way, Survey Finds
- Behind The Scenes Building The InteropNet
- Cloud Data Centers: Power Savings or Power Drain?
Cloud security service cuts down on malware infections and provides relief for small network team in Colorado.
- QoS Boosts Health of Telemedicine Network
- University Taps Dark Fiber for Online Academics, Healthcare
- How To Configure Cisco Nexus 5500 Port Profiles
- SDN: From Slideware to Software in 2013?
Reviews & Workshops
If you’re looking to purchase WAN optimization gear, don’t get wrapped up in performance numbers. Start instead with pricing, deployment and operational issues, and the protocols and applications you need to support.
More Reviews & Workshops
- WAN Optimization Part 1: TCP Limitations
- How to Set Up Cisco Nexus Fabric Extender
- Digital Hoarding: Do We Have a Problem?
- Infrastructure as a Service: 12 Providers Analyzed
March 07, 2014 11:33 AM
Posted by Tom Hollingsworth
With vendor support, the latest version of the SDN-enabling protocol has key features enterprise networks need and gives customers confidence in its future.
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March 06, 2014 02:52 PM
Posted by Doug Hazelman
In the data center, bigger doesn't always mean better, and the "one size fits all" approach may be asking for far too much in a complex and varied environment.
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February 26, 2014 11:37 AM
Posted by Lee H. Badman
As wireless technologies take precedence in the enterprise, WLANs have become complex deployments. Here's a look at the evolving array of wireless options.
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February 24, 2014 02:21 PM
Posted by David Hill
Understanding your options for moving backup, disaster recovery or business continuity processes to the cloud can be confusing. Here's a primer.
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February 24, 2014 12:01 PM
Posted by Bob McCouch
Many lower-cost networking products claim to do the same thing as high-end gear without the high price tag. Here's how to get more information before you dive into a misguided pilot project or prematurely dismiss an acceptable alternative.
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February 21, 2014 11:45 AM
Posted by Ethan Banks
Faster speeds are just part of the new Ethernet technology. New forwarding technologies and the emergence of SDN also are changing the Ethernet switch landscape.
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