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  • Networking's generational divide

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    Typically when we talk about a generational divide, we are talking about an age gap in our workers. In an IT context, we might imagine differences in the way that millennials and their predecessors interact with the devices for which they are responsible. 
     
    But while there is indeed a generational divide that is beginning to take firm root in IT, it is the companies more than the workers that are driving changes.
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  • FCC suggests mobile connectivity might be substitute for home broadband

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    Somewhat lost in the middle of a pretty newsworthy couple of weeks is some technology news that people really ought to be paying attention to. Last week, the FCC issued a Notice of Inquiry as part of a regular assessment of broadband penetration in the US. In the notice, the FCC led by Ajit Pai asked for public comments on, among other things, whether mobile broadband is a suitable replacement for fixed Internet con
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  • Umstellung der TV-Produktionsumgebung auf IP: James Reeves, Director, EMEA – Media & Broadcast bei Juniper Networks

    NEP ist das weltweit größte private TV-Produktionsunternehmen. Es bietet die Technologie und das Know-how hinter einigen der weltweit größten Veranstaltungen, von der Oscar-Verleihung bis zu den Olympischen Spielen, und deckt alle Phasen des Produktionszyklus ab – vom Objektiv bis zum Anzeigegerät.

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  • Why is Cloud-Grade Networking Built with a Platform First Mentality?

    In today’s evolving business climate, companies of all types—service providers, cloud providers, and enterprises—are building more than just a network.  In fact, the network itself is merely a means to an end—an enabler for network services and a conduit through which applications pass.  In other words, the network is a platform that drives the business.

     

    Clouds Begin with Platforms 

    Let’s extrapolate this concept o

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  • Moving the emphasis from networks to networking

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    The lingua franca for IT is acronyms. On the networking side, we speak primarily in protocols, abbreviations, and certifications. Our vocabulary is already full, but we seem to add more to it every year. And the rate of change only feels like it is accelerating.
     
    With each new technology, we envision a more capable network. But what if the real area that needs improving is not the network but rather networking?
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  • Junos Telemetry : Detecting Microbursts

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    Managing networks is actually not that difficult when things are working as designed. Operational headaches happen when things go wrong. And even then, when they go fantastically wrong (like hard failures that are easily identifiable), troubleshooting or remediation can be relatively straightforward.

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  • Tunnel Localization for higher scale

    Tunneling was invented to connect networks separated by other independent networks. One classic example is the VPN use case where remote access users connect to a variety of network resources (corporate home gateways or an internet service provider) through public data networks. Tunneling is simply encapsulating a packet in another packet. In this, the devices at the network entry and exit points play a pivotal role

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  • Cyber-Threat: Is your team up to the challenge?

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  • Networking's next era: Age of Removal

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    From a purist’s point of view, networking has been around since the 60s. But the real heyday of networking started with the Internet boom. And for the better part of the two decades that followed, networking went through a growth spurt that we will likely never see again. New protocols, new transport mediums, new features, new management tools. Through the middle of the 2000s, networking was in the Age of Addition a
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  • Blockchain: Pardon the Disruption

     

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