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Extreme Networks signs Wavelink as new local 'wireless mobility specialist'
Wavelink is promising resellers a chance to 'significantly' increase the value of solution sells, following the signing of a new deal with Extreme.
Extreme Networks expands wireless portfolio
"Organisations of all kinds, from education to healthcare to general enterprise, are putting increasing demands on their wireless access networks."
What higher education will look like in 2020
“A new style of learning is emerging, and the new tools are expected to change the face of universities dramatically by 2020," says Extreme Networks.
Extreme Networks empowers partners with PartnerLink app
Extreme Networks has released PartnerLink, a mobile application, to provide partners with access to sales tools and critical content.
SDN vision points to simpler, cheaper networks
The advent of software-defined networking (SDN) has the potential to revolutionise enterprise networks by slashing the complexity and costs of network administration.
How to migrate painlessly to 802.11ac Wi-Fi…
The pace at which Wi-Fi has become an integral part of the wireless landscape is set to accelerate rather than ease, as wireless becomes users’ primary connection.
Why continuous evolution knocks at our digital doorstep… every day
The past few years have seen immersive technologies brought into the market and forming mega-trends, yet continuous evolution knocks at our digital doorstep every day.
How CIOs can prepare for the new era of total mobility...
The need for a rock-solid, mobility-enabled network that reaches users no matter where they are is an investment priority for organisations, but what should enterprises be doing to prepare for the new era of total mobility?
Future-proofing network infrastructure with all-Ethernet fabric architectures...
Several technology inflection points are changing fundamentally the way data centre networks are architected, deployed and operated, for storage and public or private cloud.
Former Enterasys man to head ANZ expansion at Extreme Networks
Extreme Networks has appointed John Gonzalez as Country Manager for Australia and New Zealand, who was formerly the ANZ Manager of Enterasys Networks, which was acquired by Extreme Networks in November 2013.
Pace of evolving network technology set to accelerate in 2014
George Siamos, Country Manager ANZA, Extreme Networks, takes a look at networking trends during 2013 and checks his crystal ball to see what 2014 holds.
Top five tips for optimising network infrastructure
The explosion in cloud computing, virtualisation and mobile computing paradigms is changing the demands placed on enterprise networks.
Top of the shop Extreme Networks completes Enterasys acquisition
Extreme Networks completes acquisition of Enterasys Networks; combined company to set clear new standard for networks and customer experience
New switches reduce network outages
Bay of Plenty Polytechnic has reduced its downtime and complaints about network speed by upgrading its switches.
Extreme Network seals US$180m acquisition
As network switching providers in enterprise, data centre and cloud, both companies will work together to extend their products and technologies.
From phones to data centres... Is Ethernet still going places?
Over the past 40 years, Ethernet has become the quintessential and standard network solution for an increasingly diverse array of applications, be it wired or wireless, enterprise or telecom networks.
How convergence can reduce stress on legacy networks
Virtualisation, mobility and the move towards cloud computing are placing unprecedented levels of stress on legacy network infrastructures, presenting network administrators with serious challenges.
Extreme changes at the top for Networks
Ethernet switch company appoints fifth CEO in seven years following the resignation of Oscar Rodriguez.
Extreme Networks reveals Super Scale Ethernet modules
New 40 & 100GbE modules raise the bar on scale as company supports partner Big Switch Networks’ Big Tap and BVS apps.
Use open stands all-ethernet fabric networks says Extreme
James Owens, Extreme Networks managing director, Southern Asia Pacific, gives some advice on how to build data centre networks that scale, using open all-Ethernet fabric architectures.
Extreme focus for Kiwi resellers
Extreme Networks says it has a bullish outlook for New Zealand with plans to inject more resources into the local operations this financial year.
People Moves June 2012
New appointments and Promotions during June in the ICT industry.
Extreme Networks joins forces with Fortinet - Updated
Twin co-marketing deals for high-performance Ethernet switching company.
Virtual-to-cloud - and on to the 'super network'
How enterprise-grade applications like mobile computing and IP voice and video will strain enterprise networks - and what to do about it.