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Speed and low latency on the network for today’s most demanding applications

By Rebecca Humphress, HP Networking Global Product Marketing

 

rh.jpgI 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. 

Extending the value of HP Discover 2012: 3 HP Networking theatre presentations revisited

By Carol Shottes, Converged Infrastructure Marketing Manager, HP

 

cs.jpgDid you attend one of the HP Networking theatre presentations at HP Discover?  If you did, you may have enjoyed one of the following presentations, given by HP subject matter experts, Steve Brar and Rob Haviland.  In case you didn’t have a chance to attend HP Discover in Las Vegas, I’m sharing all the great content from their presentations. Viewing these presentations is a great way to catch up on the latest solutions from HP and extend the value of the HP Discover 2012 experience. Happy viewing!

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

How one cloud services provider increased network bandwidth across 9 Japanese data centers

 

By Carol Shottes, Converged Infrastructure Marketing Manager, HP  

 

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It’s hard for me to believe a year has gone by since Japan experienced one of the largest earthquakes ever recorded.  The earthquake and tsunami of March 11, 2011, resulted in wide-spread damage and a humanitarian crisis of epic proportions for Japan and her people. A bright spot amid the devastation was Japan’s data center industry, which sustained minimal damage and remained up and running during the crisis.  Now 12 months later, IDC Frontier, a leading data center and cloud services provider in Japan, has chosen HP to enhance its networking infrastructure to meet increased demand for cloud services.

Healthcare organization reduces energy consumption 30% with HP Networking & converged infrastructure

By Carol Shottes, Converged Infrastructure Marketing Manager, HP  

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Have you been following all the healthcare news in the U.S. press recently?  It has certainly been a prominent topic of discussion at my family’s dinner table.  One healthcare industry challenge is accelerating the use of technology to improve on patient services. Perhaps we could take a “prescription” on fueling innovation and reducing costs from Katonsspital Grabϋnden, a healthcare provider in Switzerland.

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  • Teri is responsible for the social media program for the HP Networking and HP Storage business units. Teri has has held global roles in IT, Operations, Sales, Partner Programs, Communications, and Marketing at HP.
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