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The Convergence of Communication and Computation with Dr. Vida Ilderem

What type of talent is essential for the future of wireless communications? We need people with a systems mindset. The guest for today’s episode is Dr. Vida Ilderem, Vice President at Intel Labs. Vida discusses with Carrie Charles how wireless communications require a plethora...

How does IT feel about SD-WAN? It’s complicated.

In a new survey of more than 1,300 IT professionals, Cato Networks found that SD-WAN adoption continues to be popular as enterprises make inroads on digital transformation -- but that it doesn't necessarily increase confidence in enterprise networks. The survey is Cato's fourth annual WAN...

Extreme Networks to acquire Aerohive for $210 million

Wi-Fi provider Extreme Networks is buying Aerohive for $210 million, bringing some consolidation to the Wi-Fi market as the industry starts to ramp toward Wi-Fi 6 adoption and bolstering the company's addressable market with software-defined wide area networking capabilities and a subscription-service-oriented strategy. Extreme will...

How do microservices impact 5G?

On the path to 5G The telecommunications industry is undergoing an evolution in preparation for the commercialization of 5G. The fifth generation of mobile communication networks promise to deliver faster speeds, shorter delays and increased connectivity. To make good on these promises, several network operators...

Re-set Your Expectations for Distributed Site Networking

Security and high-speed requirements set new standards for performance. Are you tired of being dogged by poor network performance or security issues at your branch offices, self-service kiosks and digital media displays, or on tablets and smartphones? If you’re managing multiple sites, the frustration multiplies...

Cisco details RF planning for enterprise wireless networks

Seamless, always-on connectivity is a hallmark of increasingly mobile workforces around the world. But, the complexity of deploying and managing in-building enterprise wireless networks is a challenging task for IT managers faced with acute need and cost pressures coupled with risk averse spending plans. Despite the...

Ethernet inventor Metcalfe on innovation, IoT, more

Bob Metcalfe joins latest edition of RCRatx Speakers Series RCR Wireless News was joined this week for the latest Speakers Series installment by Bob Metcalfe, networking pioneer and Ethernet inventor, to discuss the evolution of Ethernet, the "Internet of Things," the nature of innovation and...

Your router is a software platform with Paradrop – Coders Episode 24

Today's show features the CEO and co-founder of Paradrop.io, a solution for pushing computational power to your router. It's an interesting approach to making the Internet function better and more efficiently for end users: making your router a software platform. Paradrop is a platform that...

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