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Gartner names Fortinet a Challenger in WAN Edge Infrastructure
Fortinet was also recently named by Gartner as one of the highest three vendors in worldwide market share for enterprise SD-WAN equipment by revenue for Q2 2019.
CCL divests network services division
Mark Jurgeleit, CCL’s current network services general manager, will set up the network services division as a new business called Octave.
Orchestrating Australia’s appetite for the cloud - Silver Peak
To successfully operate in the cloud, enterprises must execute a WAN transformation strategy capable of delivering a multiplier effect on cloud investments.
Why SD-WAN is crucial for digital transformation
Having a modern, reliable network is crucial for digital transformation to realise the benefits associated with moving application workloads into the cloud, Vertel says.
Why SD-WAN and cloud make a powerful combination
SD-WAN deployment, in conjunction with a move to the cloud, can result in enhanced quality of service, reliability and monitoring for mission-critical applications.
Aruba releases end-to-end switching portfolio
This gives network operators one simple, end-to-end switching platform to improve business outcomes.
Exclusive: Aruba founder shares vision for network infrastructure
Network infrastructure continues to evolve with the latest developments in connectivity, and Aruba is positioning itself to capitalise on these trends.
How SD-WAN is transforming IT departments - Zscaler
The rise of SD-WAN technology will be the catalyst for significant change in IT departments around the country.
Exclusive: Aruba on APAC growth, new SMB go-to-market strategy
Techday spoke to Aruba global SMEs VP and GM Amol Mitra about networking trends in Asia-Pacific and Aruba’s latest offering in the SMB market.
Positioning SD-WAN within the scale of network transformation - ThousandEyes
If one isn’t careful, SD-WAN can easily soak up a disproportionate amount of resources compared to its benefit.
Aruba and Taronga Zoo partnership to transform visitor experiences
The partnership will deliver networking solutions to two of Taronga’s sites, enabling a range of onsite features including wireless connectivity and location-based services to transform the visitor experience.
Aruba delivers cloud-based networking and strengthens relationship with AWS
Cloud adoption in the region has matured to a point where many organisations are now moving towards a 100% cloud strategy, recognising the agility that cloud-based technology provides.
Esports market reaches new heights
The esports market is continuing to gain momentum, and Extreme Networks says this is contriuting to a growing demand for fast and reliable Wi-Fi connections and more robust network infrastructure.
Gartner - The Future of Enterprise Data Centers, What’s Next?
Traditional on-premises data center models must evolve to play a role in modern enterprise information management.
Edge computing paving the way for Aus businesses – Stratus
According to Gartner, by 2022, half of all enterprise-generated data will be created and processed beyond centralised cloud data centres, via edge computing.
VMware launches software-defined networking and security stack built for multi-cloud
VMware networking and security portfolio delivers more automation, compliance, visibility, and scale across the data centre, cloud, branch and edge.
Tenda names Alloys as national distributor
The agreement adds networking devices and equipment to Alloys’ value-add distribution portfolio.
SUSE launches offering to securely manage cloud infrastructure
SUSE Manager manages physical, virtual and containerised systems across edge, core and cloud environments from a single centralised console.
768K day - the day the Internet breaks (again)?
On August 12 2014, the Internet ‘broke’ as Verizon’s introduction of thousands more routes to the web meant the full capacity of the global, fourth version of the Internet Protocol (IPv4) routing table was reached.
Juniper Networks & OptiComm to grow AU network infrastructure
Australian fibre and wholesale service provider OptiComm will work with Juniper networks in order to double the size of OptiComm’s network infrastructure across the country.
Rakuten Mobile and NEC to build open vRAN architecture in Japan
"We are very excited to partner with a network technology leader such as NEC."
Silver Peak and NSC announce global partnership
The new Silver Peak-based managed SD-WAN services are available immediately to NSC enterprise and service provider clients and partners in 180 countries
Huawei calls on the US to adjust its approach to cybersecurity
"There is no gun, no smoke. Only speculation.”
How integrating AI into network monitoring drives efficiencies
IT teams all around the world are spending a disproportionate amount diagnosing what are, realistically, straightforward problems.