Cisco @ IBC 2016: That’s A Mighty Tight Video Cloud!
It’s nearly IBC time, which means that some 55,000-ish of us are about to pack up for the massive RAI Amsterdam exhibit hall(s!) for five days of media and entertainment convention bliss. This also means it’s that time when people start asking about what we’ll be focused on, demonstrating, and announcing at IBC 2016. Let’s […]
Lift and Shift Is Necessary but Not Sufficient
Originally published in the book: Gray, Ken & Nadeau, Thomas. Network Function Virtualization, 1st Edition. (2016). Morgan Kaufman, also available here. This book by Ken and Tom on NFV is perhaps the first time they’ve laid out both a fantastic review of the vast landscape of technologies related to virtualized networking and woven in a subtle […]
What’s on Cisco’s Technology Radar? Predictions for 2014 and Beyond
Will an ‘Internet of Everything’ shorten your commute in the morning? Are we at the beginning or the end of the SDN hype cycle? What exactly is ‘context aware’ computing? How will large format HDTV technology transform the way global teams work together? Just before the holidays, I had the pleasure of posing these and […]