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CDS unveils platform to extend useful life of network infrastructure
CDS says the move is indicative of its commitment to a ‘partner-first’ approach, in an effort to distinguish itself from third-party maintenance (TPM) practices.
Google Cloud & Nokia to develop 5G & network solutions for CSPs
"Cloud-native network functions and automation will enable new agility and use-cases in the 5G era.”
Juniper reveals new partner programme for 2021
The programme introduces new opportunities for partners to capture business through Juniper’s AI-Driven enterprise strategy.
Aruba marks 15 years as Leader in W/LAN Magic Quadrant
The HPE company was furthest in Vision of all vendors in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Wired and Wireless LAN Access Infrastructure.
blueAPACHE to refresh core network with Cisco
The company selected the ASR 9000 Series high performance aggregation services routers for its network refresh.
QNAP launches network virtualisation premise equipment
Supports network function virtualisation (NFV), QuWAN SD-WAN and the AMIZ Cloud VM Orchestrator platform.
Intel rolls out additions and enhancements to 5G network infrastructure offerings
“When you consider the collective impact of the proliferation of fully virtualised cloud architectures combined with the commercialisation of 5G, the rise of AI and the growth of the edge, it truly has a multiplier effect that makes each more impactful than it would be on its own."
Survey: How the pandemic is shaking up the network market
Network as a service adoption to accelerate by 38% within two years as businesses adapt, with APAC in the lead, according to a survey by Aruba.
5G network infrastructure market to reach $8.1 billion - Gartner
“Investment in mobile infrastructure continues to gain momentum, as a growing number of CSPs are prioritising 5G projects by reusing current assets."
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams – Meet Aussie Broadband's CTO
In this interview, we speak with Aussie Broadband's chief technology officer John Reisinger about the company's history, technology trends, COVID, and if rats really cause network outages.
Oracle launches second Gen 2 Cloud region in India
“A large number of Indian organisations are looking to change growth orbits with greater focus on cloud-led innovation," states Oracle.
2degrees unveils new infrastructure sharing agreement, passes $1b milestone
The company has revealed it has invested $1 billion into its network infrastructure, and has expanded on its venture with Spark and Vodafone to connect the country's rural areas.
Cloud-scale connectivity with consistent security
Organisations should look towards SD-WAN solutions that support multiple administrative domains for isolating and separating lifecycle management, as well as the operations, or each business unit’s SD-WAN.
Reducing OH&S risks with push-to-talk over cellular (PoC) services
Push-to-talk over cellular (PoC) services enhance two-way radio with data, voice, and video capabilities.
Optus secures funding to fill mobile coverage black spots
With State, Federal and Optus funding, the company is building 83 new sites as part of the Federal Governments Mobile Black Spot Program.
RtBrick launches BNG software for disaggregated networks
RtBrick, a provider of carrier routing software, has made its new broadband network gateway (BNG) software generally available this month.
Cisco sets sights on SMB market with new product portfolio
Rolling out from April, the new products are designed to suit the needs of small businesses and Cisco is ‘doubling down’ on SMB-specialist partners.
7 ways you can boost workplace productivity with a quality IT network
The more high-tech your workplace is, the greater your business results.
Data traffic soars as world turns to internet for work & play
Video conferencing traffic and the overall amount of data traffic crisscrossing the world rises steadily while the world seeks to flatten the curve of the coronavirus pandemic.
CommScope named Gartner Customers’ Choice for LAN tech
Ruckus portfolio awarded in Gartner’s wired and wireless LAN access infrastructure Peer Insights.
VyOS offering pro bono network subscriptions to those affected by bushfires
VyOS is an open-source network OS that provides a wide range of features for any network, from a small business to an Internet service provider worldwide.
Top internet outages of 2019 - ThousandEyes
The most significant of these outages took place over the northern hemisphere summer and disrupted nearly every top tech company in some fashion.
Network infrastructure in 2019 stagnated, expert says
"As the large part of ongoing development is looking promising, 2020 may bring further advancements, especially if new technologies and solutions will be integrated and adopted on a wider scale."
How to power a more intelligent network - Kemp
As SDN adoption continues, application delivery controllers (ADCs) or load balancers will play a critical role in providing the required intelligence for flexible deployment.