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HP 10500 switch delivers more than 1,000% higher throughput for bandwidth intensive applications

By Steve Brar, Global Product Marketing Manager, HP Networking, and Carol Shottes, Converged Infrastructure Marketing Manager, HP

 

Is your IT organization dealing with a constant increase in the number of mobile devices, requests for rich-media communications and a growing need for cloud applications?  How will your campus network scale to meet these demands and deliver a consistent and reliable user experience?  Good news for both challenges was announced this week at Interop Las Vegas.  The HP 10500 core campus switch now has line cards supporting four-port 40 GbE, delivering industry-leading throughput and low latency for the bandwidth-intense applications today’s users need

5 key steps to a successful Rich Media Communications implementation for competitive advantage

By Carol Shottes, UC and Commercial Solutions Marketing Manager, HP Networking

 

1376444_f520.jpgDid you know companies are investing aggressively in video and rich media communications technologies?  I was amazed to learn from a recent IDC report, $2B alone was spent on enterprise video conferencing and telepresence equipment in 2010.  Are you interested in deploying rich media communications, but don’t know where to begin?  Let’s talk about some key steps to a successful rich media communications implementation.

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