By Rebecca Humphress, HP Networking Global Product Marketing
I was reading an article about Polycom’s social video software application that is currently shipping with the newest HP webcams and started thinking about how video is becoming more of an everyday technology. This new Polycom technology allows users to access various contact lists and conduct video chats. That means I can talk to anyone at anytime across a variety of applications that I use to connect to my friends. It’s a great way to keep connected. But, I could only imagine if your network connection was not robust enough to handle this traffic. Learn how the HP 3800 Switch Series brings Gigabit speeds to the desktop as well as how it performs with low latency to meet these new application challenges.
By Daniel Montesanto, Global Product Strategy, HP Networking
Think new-fangled “‘network virtualization” solutions using technologies like OpenFlow and network controllers are only good for enterprise data center and provider networks? Think again. HP’s Virtual Service Network (VSN) architecture applies these technologies in campus and branch environments as well to give network administrators a path to more streamlined, secure provisioning and management of increasingly fragmented client edge networks.