By Sam Rastogi, Global Product Marketing Manager for HP Networking
At Interop 2013 HP showcased products from the FlexFabric Announcement; featuring solutions for a software defined data center fabric. Network World took notice of some of our products. As the marketing manager, I am really excited to say that they named my products, HP FlexFabric 11900 switch series and the HP HSR 6800 the “Hottest Products from Interop 2013”.
By Teri Shiozaki, Social Media Program Manager, HP Networking
Interop Las Vegas is here at last. We are looking forward to sharing our new products and solutions from across HP with you. You’ll learn about HP solutions and products in networking, cloud, storage, services, software, and more in the HP booth and in sessions.
As you are looking at your agenda for Interop, here are some suggestions on what you can see, hear, and learn from HP.
By Kevin Secino, Mobility Product Marketing & Rebecca Humphress, HP Networking Global Product Marketing
What does The Door’s “Light My Fire” song have to do with the HP 5400 Switch?
By Sam Rastogi, Global Product Marketing Manager, HP,
and Ankur Chadda, Product Marketing Manager, Spirent
Virtualization, cloud computing, and big data are transforming the data center – global enterprises are turning to cloud services, virtualization solutions, and high-performance computing to boost service velocity and business agility, support big data and analytics, and improve data center economics. HP is leading the charge with a new FlexFabric data center networking portfolio launched this week that delivers a new architectural approach that offers simplified, scalable and automated connectivity for virtualized compute, storage and cloud services through a common fabric, delivering industry’s most complete software-defined network fabric in the data center.
I worked with David Newman from Network Test and Ankur Chadda from Spirent to validate the performance and reliability of the HP FlexFabric 12900 and 11900 Switch Series and HSR6800 Router Series.
By Ahmad Zamer, HP Networking Sr. Global Product Marketing Manager
Software Defined Networking (SDN) is driving the most significant change in networking that has been experienced in years.
SDN expected to revolutionize networking and and take the industry to new heights. Keep reading to find out the potential of SDN.