Wireless Infrastructure
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The Wireless Perfect Storm
Lee Badman, CommentaryVideo
The way data is consumed and delivered continues to change rapidly, causing technology shifts on every front that have dramatic effects on wireless networks. Lee Badman, network engineer and wireless technical lead for Syracuse University, explains where WiFi is headed in light of the combined complexity of factors like software-defined networks, 802.11ac, and LTE.
By Lee Badman ,
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Google Project Tango Helps NASA Robots Fly
Kevin Fogarty, Technology WriterNews
Google's experimental, 3D-navigating Project Tango will form the brains of NASA's SPHERES robots.
By Kevin Fogarty Technology Writer,
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Top IT Certifications To Jump-Start Your Job
Tony Kontzer,
Working in IT infrastructure means a whole lot more than hardware these days. Boost your career with these hot certifications on virtualization, cloud, security, and more.
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Welcome To The New Network Computing
Network Computing, CommentaryVideo
Find out why Network Computing is the place where IT infrastructure professionals gather to interact, share, and connect with their peers.
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ARM TechCon 2014 Calls For Speaker Proposals
Karen Field, News
Want to speak at the 10th ARM innovation meeting? Proposals are due May 15.
By Karen Field ,
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Heartbleed: Making The Case For SDN
Lori MacVittie, Commentary
Software-defined networking technology could help protect against vulnerabilities like Heartbleed. It's time to develop a more mature SDN option.
By Lori MacVittie ,
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Charge Phones In 30 Seconds: One Startup's Plan
Kevin Fogarty, Technology WriterNews
Startup company StoreDot demonstrates a new system for charging phones using organic polymer materials rather than traditional silicon.
By Kevin Fogarty Technology Writer,
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Internet Of Things Goes Home
Frank Gillett, Commentary
The "connected home" is becoming a reality thanks to improved broadband networks and mobile apps. Here's a rundown of how our homes are getting smarter.
By Frank Gillett ,
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Honda Tests System To Warn Drivers Of Red Lights
Kevin Fogarty, Technology WriterNews
Traffic safety system uses GPS and infrared sensors to help drivers save gas, make more green lights.
By Kevin Fogarty Technology Writer,
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Interop: Find The Fun
Susan Fogarty, Commentary
Attending a technology conference can be hard work, but Interop is making fun an integral part of the agenda.
By Susan Fogarty ,
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Greatest Moments In Interop History
Marcia Savage, Managing Editor, Network ComputingNews
The Interop conference is a tradition for IT professionals. We look back on its dramatic growth and how it's changed.
By Marcia Savage Managing Editor, Network Computing,
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Smart City: High Hopes for the City of Tshwane & Huawei's Smart City
Network Computing, CommentaryVideo
At CeBIT 2014, Lindiwe Kwele, Deputy City Manager of Tshwane, South Africa, talks about Tshwane's determination and progress in building the Smart City Project. She thanks Huawei for the great help for the Smart City Development in Tshwane.
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Enterprise Collaboration: Bringing People Together in a Best-Ever Virtual Meeting Experience
Network Computing, CommentaryVideo
User collaboration is a way forward in how teams can collaborate productively and efficiently. Edwin Diender from Huawei's User Collaboration & Communication introduces its multimedia video conference suite and its flagship products that make it possible.
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eLTE in the Critical Communications Sector
Network Computing, CommentaryVideo
eLTE is a wireless communication system for critical communications scenarios, providing critical communications for fire departments, police, as well as maintenance staff. With eLTE, Huawei provides a very wide range of communication and dispatching functionality.
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Greatest Moments In Interop History
Marcia Savage, Managing Editor, Network Computing
It's hard to believe it's been 26 years since the first commercial Interop conference. Over the years, vendors made splashes with new technologies, Interop grew beyond its Silicon Valley roots, and celebrities like Mr. T joined the action. Here's a look at some of the best moments in Interop's rich history.
By Marcia Savage Managing Editor, Network Computing,
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How Virtualization Can Simplify Your BYOD Strategy
Bill Kleyman, National Director of Strategy & Innovation, MTM TechnologiesCommentary
Virtualization technologies can help enterprise IT teams support the new user-centric model created by IT consumerization.
By Bill Kleyman National Director of Strategy & Innovation, MTM Technologies,
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Discover Your Inner UC
Erika Van Noort, Director Consulting, North America, SoftchoiceCommentary
The tools for unified communications already exist in many companies, waiting to be unearthed and put to good use by enterprising IT leaders.
By Erika Van Noort Director Consulting, North America, Softchoice,
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SDN-Enabling The WLAN
Ajay Malik, Senior Vice President of Engineering, Meru NetworksCommentary
Wireless networks must truly embrace open standards for enterprises to reap the performance benefits of software-defined networking.
By Ajay Malik Senior Vice President of Engineering, Meru Networks,
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IPv6: Sweet Spots of Adoption
Erik Nygren, Chief Architect, AkamaiCommentary
IPv6 adoption has been surging ahead. Find out how it correlates with network operator adoption, mobile devices, and desktop operating systems.
By Erik Nygren Chief Architect, Akamai,
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Today's Network Security Challenges: No Easy Answers
Tony Kontzer, News
The BYOD trend and proliferation of mobile devices are making life hard for security teams, but solutions are elusive, panelists say at RSA Conference 2014
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