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August 19, 2020
Video calls are a common form of communication and that isn’t expected to change as people slowly return to offices. As audio visual equipment becomes even more necessary, what can be done about physical security. LeaAnn Carl explains more in this blog.
August 12, 2020
What do the game Tetris, fiber panels, cassettes, splice cassettes, adapters and modules all have in common? In this blog, Jennifer Duits provides you with the answer, and that answer is the G2 portfolio.
July 28, 2020
100G optics are hitting the market en masse and 400G is expected sometime next year. Nevertheless, data traffic continues to increase and the pressure on data centers is only ramping up. In this blog, James Young explains that between the standards bodies and the industry, significant and promising developments are underway that could get data centers to 400G and 800G.
July 08, 2020
As networks ramp up their support for 5G and IoT, IT managers are focusing on the edge and the increasing need to locate more capacity and processing power closer to end users. In this blog, James Young explains how they are re-evaluating the role of their data centers.
May 07, 2020
Traditionally, networks have had four main levers with which to meet increasing demands for lower latency and increased traffic. In this blog, Jason Bautista and Ken Hall explain that while data centers are using all four approaches at some level, the focus—especially at the hyperscale level—is now on increasing the amount of fiber.
May 05, 2020
Inside a data center, resources such as compute and storage capacity, as well as the links connecting the data center to the access network, are designed based on a predictable traffic load. In this blog, James Young explains the challenges and opportunities in multi-vendor, multi-carrier networks.
April 28, 2020
“Essential” is a common word used today. Network infrastructures supporting healthcare, education and more are being built quickly due to demand. These networks will be just as essential tomorrow as employees go back to their workplaces and students go back to school. Jason Reasor explains in this blog how you can ensure your infrastructure is ready for what’s next (or for future applications).
April 06, 2020
Realizing the benefits of SDN/NFV, creates unique challenges—chief among which is getting the various and diverse hardware and software components in the network to talk to one another in order to manage and deliver all these services and capabilities, seamlessly and efficiently. This is where Network Automation and Orchestration come in. Jaspreet Sachdev explains in this blog.