In this e-guide we will explore some of the key trends driving the market for campus LANs and ask how to implement one, find out how one user went about building a network from the ground up on a brand-new site, and look in-depth at some of the active suppliers in the market.
When looking the way in which the Covid-19 pandemic has changed business life, a number of key areas have come to the fore: SD WAN, SASE and in particular digital transformation are key examples of that. Yet very little of the discourse includes something that is still really at the heart of the vast majority of firms: The local area network (LAN).
Companies rely on the data center network to deliver secure, available, and high-performance business services. This white paper reveals several recent data center trends that have interfered with the LAN's ability to execute these functions. Discover a layered approach to network design and its key benefits.
This resource explores the reasoning behind the development of Class II cabling limits and reveals why Category 8 cabling standards are critical to the future success of applications, Ethernet, and networking.
This brief guide gives 5 guidelines to ensuring a successful migration to 802.11ac. These include auditing the current infrastructure, evaluating capacity requirements and choosing the right access points for your needs.
This whitepaper discloses the results of an evaluation of end-to-end storage area network/local area network (SAN/LAN) networking issues including Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) adoption.
This presentation transcript, taken from the webcast of the same name, will help inform network designers, planners and installers of important considerations in planning to help them optimize combined network performance and reduce project costs. It will provide recommendations and tips for installing or upgrading a structured cabling plant.
In the new WAN, we'll see user-aware WAN optimization, the rise of software-defined networking and WAN-on-demand. There may be some bumps along the road to WAN innovation, but it's sure to be an interesting journey.