In this case study, discover how one financial services organization used 10 gigabit Ethernet (GbE) switches to ensure lightning-fast speed across their network reliability and with low latency.
While there is no single, clear definition of software-defined networking, there are two camps with two sets of beliefs. This expert e-guide digs deep into the theoretical differences between distributed control and centralized controllers. Uncover the benefits of each and why both are likely to see implementation.
Many services, such as mobile Internet and mobile TV, require high bandwidth, and current backhaul infrastructures are not optimized to handle this traffic. Advanced routers and switches from Brocade enable highly scalable designs for the eventual convergence of voice and data infrastructure that can deliver new multimedia services.
This white paper demonstrates how air sealing grommets can be used to close raised floor cutout spaces and improve data center cooling efficiency. Solutions that achieve the highest level of sealing effectiveness support network uptime goals by contributing to maximum cooling efficiency and providing superior cable management.
Server provisioning can be transformed by the Veritas Provisional Manager, but many users stumble when trying to implement the Provisional Manager across multiple sites. Learn the considerations that should be evaluated prior to implementation.
Access this one-page resource to learn about Step Up to Cisco Premier, a unique training that can help your associates receive the Cisco Premier certification so you can identify your company as a qualified, trained, and experienced Cisco resource.
Read how the Greater Toronto Airports Authority adopted Cisco Catalyst 6500 switches in the wiring closet and throughout the network to enable the convergence of data, voice, and video, and provide virtualization to support a Common Use environment.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at how machine intelligence is becoming increasingly commoditised – and what it means for enterprise IT. After Three's takeover of O2 was blocked, we look at the future for the UK's mobile operators. And we find out about attempts to address some of the fundamental flaws of the internet. Read the issue now.