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Reigniting Innovation with HP’s SDN Open Ecosystem, Software Development Kit & an App Store?

ks.jpgBy Kash Shaikh, Senior Director Product & Technical Marketing, HP Networking  

 

One of the hallmarks of HP is innovation. HP founders Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard started the company in their garage and started Silicon Valley as a result; and at HP we foster and deliver innovation in many ways including HP Labs—where we perform research on new technologies, years ahead of where the rest of the industry is ready to put it into products.

 

Well, just like HP helped create Silicon Valley, we’re actually creating Silicon Valley 2.0 for networking. We’ve been doing that with innovations in Software-defined Networking (SDN). Over the last year and a half, we’ve been talking about those innovations; now we’re taking the next major step necessary for any marketplace to adopt SDN in greater numbers.

 

I am excited to share with you the news we announced today at Interop New York, the creation of an open SDN ecosystem with that will open up SDN and jump start innovation with two major steps. 

 

When it comes to Security and SDN, start with the basics

JenniferEllard.jpgBy Jennifer Ellard, Director, Product Marketing

 

When it comes to Security and Software-defined Networking (SDN), there are really only two ways to look at it: how SDN can enable your IT organization to implement better security and what can be done to secure an SDN. But rather than get wrapped up in the perceived insecurities of SDN, you should refocus on the security basics.

 

 

Recipe for Making a Big Win in Financial Services

By Mary Gabra, Manager, Sales Enablement, HP Networking 

 

mg.jpgI love cooking and baking for family and friends. I also love writing blogs on HP Networking wins. Today I will be writing a recipe on how to get a big win in the financial services. 

 

HP PS1810 switch and the HP MicroServer Gen8 –A sweet solution for any small business owner

By Kevin Secino, Mobility Product Marketing, HP Networking

 

ks.jpgPS1810 switch family, purpose built switches designed for the MicroServer Gen8 family

Any small to Medium business owner should take a serious look at this powerful office solution

HP 1410 switch crosses the finish line!

By Kevin Secino, Mobility Product Marketing, HP Networking

 

ks.jpgMarine Corp Base - Camp Pendleton - no match for HP’s 1410 switch

What does Camp Pendleton, HP 1410 switch, and HP’s new Lifetime warranty 2.0 have in common?

 

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How Do You Evaluate an SDN Controller?

DaveHawley.PNGBy David Hawley, Global Product Line Manager, HP Networking

 

We’ve been following Jim Metzler’s SDN Journey videos for the past several weeks. In video #9, Jim talks about “ The SDN Controller“. Jim covers some crucial criteria for IT administrators and SDN solution developers to consider when evaluating an SDN controller, given the critical role the controller plays in an SDN environment.

 

 

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HP-VMware Networking Solution Market Reactions

By Kash ShaikhSenior Director Product Marketing & Technical Marketing Engineering, HP Networking  

 

ks.jpgAugust was an exciting month here at HP Networking. Four weeks ago, we launched Lifetime Warranty 2.0 and received a very positive reaction from the media. The other week, we made yet another exciting announcement at VMworld where we introduced our partnership with VMware to bring you the industry’s most complete SDN and network virtualization solution. I’m glad to share that the announcement was met with the same encouraging media feedback.

HP Positioned as a Leader in Gartner’s 2013 Wired and Wireless LAN Magic Quadrant

mv1.jpg By Martine Velkeniers, Global Product Marketing, HP Networking

 

Gartner recently released its 2013 Wired and Wireless LAN Access Layer Magic Quadrant and HP is positioned in the leader’s quadrant for the second consecutive time. 

 

The Magic Quadrant evaluates vendors position in the market based on two criteria: completeness of vision and ability to execute. Based on these factors, a company can fall into one of four classifications: niche players, visionaries, challengers, and leaders.

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