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Observations from Mobile World Congress 2015

…Wi-Fi, and when that was absent it would select the best, and cheapest, cellular coverage from a number of the big mobile providers. The Connected Car Show — At times you could be forgiven for thinking that you had wandered into the auto show in Geneva or Detroit instead of MWC. There were cars everywhere. The industry sees these as “smart phones on wheels.’ Operators, such as AT&T were crowing about their big deal to connect all new Audis….

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OpenStack Podcast #22: Sirish Raghuram

…     The insight there was, today there are so many customers that are distributed themselves. For example, our biggest customer has five different geographies. They have data centers in San Francisco, New York, Amsterdam, Japan, and India. What is on premises anymore? They don’t want to have five different management systems for each data center. They want to have a single pane of glass, and they want to use these data centers with regions a lot…

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Cisco Partner Weekly Rewind – March 6, 2015

…yone that the deadline is today! Be sure to get your outline submitted today in order to qualify. Cisco Expands Big Data Portfolio If you didn’t see the announcement from Wednesday, Cisco has expanded its Big Data Portfolio with resale agreements with several leading data management partners. For details on this expansion of the Cisco Partner Ecosystem, be sure to read the news release. Stevie Awards Cisco took home numerous Stevie Awards for sal…

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Big Data is better than a sharp stick in the eye

Big Data is better than a sharp stick in the eye. I can say this with great authority, since I missed the first half of Strata+Hadoop World 2015 in San Jose because of the latter. But eye injuries have never kept me offline for long, and I was able to follow online with what I didn’t see in person. But I was very happy to make it in to the show on Friday, and even got a seat at about row 6 in the main hall for the keynotes. One of the most…

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How you integrate Network Services matters

…esn’t require all mammals to speak in the same voice. Traditional protocol-based methods rely on a common data model. A TCP packet, for example, contains a specific set of headers that describe a variety of options and characteristics of the flow. The specific format is prescribed by RFCs and no deviation is allowed. Network integration has generally followed this model and you can see the results in a variety of ongoing efforts to provide…

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