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The changing economics in enterprise IT
July 2020
Whether purchasing an asset, procuring a service or migrating workloads to the cloud, it’s imperative to view data as one of your organisation’s most important assets.
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Edge Computing
Aruba adds improvements to SD-Branch retail solution
January 2020
Adds identity-based attack detection, improvements to edge-to-cloud connectivity, and new gateways that include built-in cellular connectivity.
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Frost & Sullivan
Huawei picks up accolades for software-defined camera ecosystem
March 2019
"The company's software defined capabilities enable it to future-proof its camera ecosystem and greatly lower the total cost of ownership (TCO), as its single camera system is applicable to a variety of application use cases."
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Software Defined Wide Area Network
Opinion: There’s no such thing as SDLAN (yet)
February 2019
We are increasingly seeing network vendors market things such as SD-LAN, SD-Access, SD-Campus…etc. but these don't yet exist.
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Hybrid Cloud
HPE acquires software-defined startup Plexxi in hybrid-cloud push
May 2018
HPE says the move is aimed at bolstering its software-defined compute, storage and networking capabilities.
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Internet of Things
How to stop the business performance blame game
April 2018
Complex software-defined supply chains are leading to a maze of blame and hazard. Here are a few ways to avoid it.
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APAC software-defined market to grow faster than anywhere else
January 2017
A study from Research and Markets put forward a global forecast for the software-defined anything market to 2022.
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Software Defined Wide Area Network
Use open stands all-ethernet fabric networks says Extreme
September 2012
James Owens, Extreme Networks managing director, Southern Asia Pacific, gives some advice on how to build data centre networks that scale, using open all-Ethernet fabric architectures.