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Digital Ceiling and the Semiconductor Blues
Light-Emitting Diodes (LED’s) create light by sending an electrical signal to a sandwich of semiconductor materials to create electromagnetic radiation that we see as light or ‘Electroluminescence’. It’s actually a specific wavelength of light depending on the chemical make-up of the materials used.
Oxymoronic or Not? Legacy Next Generation Firewalls…
Cisco announced “the industry’s first fully integrated, threat-focused Next Generation Firewall. “ But what the heck is ‘fully integrated’ and ‘threat focused?’ These sound like important distinctions.
Are you reaching your Digital Potential?
So as to avoid burying the lead, you will get a chance to experience Enterprise Network Function Virtualization (E-NFV), APIC-EM updates and demonstration, the network as a security sensor with a little Lancope update, changes to CMX now in a ‘cloud’ version, and end to end quality control for applications like Jabber…end to end QoS.
Enterprise NFV Fundamentals
Enterprise NFV is focused on bringing this SDN style functionality to your branch office capabilities. Any large enterprise is thinking like a service provider these days because the IT department (or whatever you might call it now) are providing business critical functions. The faster it can be done, the more it can be used and at the lowest cost..the better.
Let there be “Networked” Light
How the Digital Age has us re-thinking the victor of the AC/DC wars.
Why do we need NBASE-T?
How well do you understand the data bottleneck that NBASE-T Alliance is helping us solve? What are the cost effective options for preserving your cable investment? Robb Boyd explains in this latest, ‘Fundamentals of NBASE-T’ from TechWiseTV.
Network like it’s 1999 with BGP EVPN
BGP EVPN brings both layer 2 and 3 capabilities to the hamstrung overlay but how would it work for your network? How well do you understand the additional benefits and limitations of this design?
Network Automation for DevOps
Network automation is an integral part of the overall infrastructure automation. Yet, it has been largely left out of the DevOps movement.
Splunk on TechWiseTV: Operational Intelligence at Scale
Cisco UCS, and the ability to expand to thousands of servers, supports the massive scalability that Splunk deployments require to deliver exceptional performance