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Customers testify to the resiliency of the HP data center network

By Mary Gabra, Senior Global Manager, Customer Excellence, HP Networking


Mary Gabra.jpgHP Networking continues to make strides in data center networking. Being in customer relations, I constantly get pinged by sales reps that want to facilitate getting their data center case studies publicized. Recently I recorded two customer testimonials, both from Europe, who shared their experiences of effectively migrating their data center network to HP. The customers are: Housingcenter, an IT provider specializing in cloud solutions and managing hosting services and Katoen Natie, a global logisitics company.

Networking in the Open Era: the big questions answered

“Open networking” used to be an oxymoron. Not any more. In the past couple of years new market demands – for networks powered by open standards, open source, interoperability, and solutions from vendors with open partner ecosystems – have become the cornerstone of truly innovative approaches to networking. HP's Sarwar Raza explains why in this interview with SiliconANGLE's Dave Vellante.


Labels: cloud| SDN

The choice for Software-defined Networking: Cisco’s tunnel vision or HP’s wide open vistas?

By Yanick Pouffary, Distinguished Technologist and Chief Technologist, HP Network and Mobility Services


Yanick Pouffary.pngIf you accept a restricted definition of what SDN is, you run the risk of limiting what it can do for your network. And that would be a shame, because SDN can do a lot of very powerful things.

Hot from HP Discover: Unleashing the power of network simplicity

By Mary Peterson, Senior Director, Enterprise Group Marketing, HP Networking


Mary Peterson.jpgThere’s a tension, a paradox if you like, that’s at the heart of IT strategic decision-making right now. We’re starting to see the emergence of the new paradigm — driven by cloud, security, big data, and mobility — that HP calls the New Style of IT. Networking is at the core of this transformation.

But at the same time:

Today’s Networking is way too complex to support this new world.


Simplicity is the way forward, and that was the theme of the Networking keynote at HP Discover ... check out the video below, or read on for an overview ...


Hot from HP Discover: HP customers on the impact of major networking trends

By Mary Peterson, Senior Director, Enterprise Group Marketing, HP Networking


Mary Peterson.jpgIt’s not often you get a chance to hear from IT leaders who are out there on the front lines, exploiting technologies like virtualization, mobility and Software-defined Networking to create new, business-changing realities. So I was really looking forward to a discussion panel about major networking trends chaired by Packet Pushers blogger Ethan Banks, and featuring execs from three HP Networking customers as well as HP’s John Lino, Chief Network Architect for IT infrastructure. And I wasn’t disappointed; this was a big highlight for me at HP Discover in Barcelona. Here’s what I learned …

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