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Rethinking the wired edge for wireless-first: 3 key questions

By Michael Dickman, VP, Global Product Line Management, HP Networking

 

Michael Dickman.jpgWhile capitalizing on the mobility wave and wireless-first approaches to network infrastructure, IT shouldn’t forget one key factor: the role of the wired edge.

3 ways your network is hampering your datacenter – and how SDN can help you move forward

By Ahmad Zamer, Senior Global Product Marketing Manager, HP Networking

 

Ahmed Zamer.pngI recently returned from HP Discover 2015 in Las Vegas, where I was struck by the consistency of the conversations I had with network leaders about Software-defined Networking (SDN).

 

For the first time, I heard people using the kinds of descriptions that HP has been using for quite a while when talking about challenges in the data center. Historically, IT leaders have described the difficulties they’re facing without directly relating them to the network. But now people are able to see that the networking component of the data center is becoming an obstacle to progress, or at least a significant constraint.

 

Here are some examples of the kind of comments I was hearing. Do any of these sound familiar?

 

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Fortune 500 insurance firm moves to single-pane-of-glass management with HP Networking

By Mary Gabra, Senior Global Manager, Customer Excellence

 

Mary Gabra.jpgWith more than 145 years of experience, and now serving hundreds of thousands of individuals, families, and businesses, Pacific Life has always been at the forefront of technology innovation in its industry. But its aging network infrastructure was a bit temperamental at times, making it a struggle to continuously meet business demands.

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When wi-fi gets location-savvy: dazzling new opportunities for the workplace and customer service

By John Cummings, HP Networking

 

Wifi has evolved from a convenient niche technology to a must-have in the workplace. Now a part of operations, it needs to run like a utility. It simply must work—no exceptions.

 

Watch the following video to see some examples of true mobility applied to the workplace.

 

Defining the business value of SDI/SDN

Software-defined Networking is a cutting-edge technology poised on the brink of mainstream adoption, yet it's actually a bit of a latecomer to the wider realm of Software-defined Infrastructure. SDI is an umbrella term for industrial-strength applications – for compute, storage and networking – that are capable of controlling the components of today’s data center via virtualization.

 

What are the business benefits that software-defined approaches can offer? Michael Zhu, HP’s Senior Director of Global Solutions and Alliances, explains in the video below.

 

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