Big data is a term often used in the storage industry today. As companies accumulate more and more data, they must find more efficient ways to manage and store it. But the media and entertainment industry has been managing this big data for years. Read on to learn more.
We're adding new dimensions to the globe today as we discover switching secrets for multimedia. This episode of Cisco TechWiseTV looks at Cisco's StackWise technology, the Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series Virtual Switch System (VSS), overlooked security technologies, and how to build out your network to support high-end, full services video.
This e-guide discusses the convergence of voice, video and data on IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) networks and how it is driving the need for testing tools that are up to speed. Find out what key players are doing to keep pace and how integrated platforms may eliminate the need for multiple telecom testing tools and simplify the process.
Read this case study to learn how Peet’s wanted to ensure best product quality while continuing to grow; make business technology more scalable, reliable, and manageable; and be more effective in taking control of the business.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how global winemaker Concha y Toro uses the latest tech to enhance 150-year old traditional processes. Pharma giant GSK explains how an API strategy is changing its business model. And we talk to retailers using video technology to bridge the gap between in-store and online selling. Read the issue now.
To help you get ready for video, Fluke Networks developed a four-page technology primer “An Introduction to Video in the Enterprise” that covers key market drivers, the four major types of video, and illustrates how streaming applications works.
With the increased popularity of online video content, now is the time for publishers to experiment with online video as a new means of storytelling and offering an enhanced experience on their Web sites.
An understanding of the effect of factors such as resolution, frames per second, video codec, packets per second, and bit rate on bandwidth requirements will enable network operators to correctly design communications infrastructure networks that will support video applications. Read on to learn more.