We've long lived in an MPLS world, but SD-WAN is now breathing down its neck.
As our reliance on technology continues to grow, so too does the requirement for seamless, uninterrupted network performance. Today's enterprises depend on adequate IT infrastructure to function and any network downtime can spell disaster when it comes to productivity and, ultimately, profits.
Do you want lower costs, faster provisioning and better availability for your networks? It's time you looked at software-defined WAN.
A new survey suggests that 79% of Australian IT departments will keep a closer eye on network performance during the Games, while 73% plan to limit access to Olympic content.
Brisbane-based Data#3 has deployed the latest Cisco wired and wireless technology for Edith Cowan University in a campus network overhaul.
Verizon Enterprise Solutions has announced the global launch of its SDN/NFV based Virtual Network Services portfolio.
Ericsson and Cisco have entered a broad-ranging partnership to collaborate on developing and selling networking technologies, with a special focus on SDN/NFV architecture.
Brisbane's Data#3 has been awarded a multimillion-dollar contract to overhaul Edith Cowan University's communications network with the latest Cisco technology.
NETGEAR has launched the ProSAFE Click Switch, in 8-port and 16-port Gigabit Ethernet models, designed to improve cable management and reduce unsightly cords in connected businesses.
O'Ring-Networking's unmanaged Ethernet switches from Ethernet Australia offer a simple, rugged and affordable industrial-grade solution where no advanced configurations are needed when connecting Ethernet-enabled devices.
FCI SAS storage interfaces are suitable for storage hardware applications that can be deployed in data centres and telecommunications, with 6 to 12 GBps channel bandwidth requirements that meet or exceed the respective SAS 2.1 and SAS 3.0 industry standard specifications.
Taxpayers or companies building their own fibre infrastructure in the city could subsidise the cost of building the NBN in rural Australia, new NBN Co CEO Bill Morrow has suggested.
M2, iinet, Optus and Telstra have signed up to participate in an NBN Co pilot of fibre-to-the-building (FTTB) technology in Melbourne.
NBN Co's head of construction, Richard Thorpe, is leaving the organisation. Thorpe will be the third construction head to leave the company in three years.
Researchers from Alcatel-Lucent and BT claim to have achieved transfer speeds of up to 1.4 Tbps across existing core fibre. With a spectral efficiency of 5.7 bits per second per Hertz, the researchers believe this is the fastest speed ever achieved in commercial-grade hardware in a real-world environment.