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Ingram NZ's new network solutions business unit
Mark Dasent will head the revitalised Network Connect business unit with new hires, a new name and leading brands.
Colt activates network in US, joins 870 data centers in Asia & EU
Colt Technology Services (Colt) has officially announced the launch of its software-driven network in the US that already includes 13 cities.
Australian broadband users opting for faster speed tiers, according to NBN
The company states that 70% of new orders on the nbn network are now based on wholesale speed tiers of 50 Mbps (download) or higher.
Melbourne’s Metro Trains taps Extreme Networks to power CCTV system
Extreme Networks says the solution will deliver an agile, adaptive, and secure network for Metro Trains that supports its CCTV system.
Big Switch Networks inks new Aussie distie agreement with Orca Tech
Orca Tech will distribute Big Switch’s network packet broker, Big Monitoring Fabric (Big Mon), and its data centre switching fabric.
Data centre switching market growth hits five year high
100-gigabit ethernet port shipments more than doubled year-over-year in 1Q18
Step up your network security with SD-WAN
Not just any SD-WAN solution can offer the right levels of network security.
Look before you leap: An expert's take on the pros and cons of SD-WAN
At present SD-WAN has no agreed standard and, with so many vendor options in the market, it’s important for businesses to do their homework.
Ixia enables VMware NSX partners to accelerate certification of network products
The solution uses Ixia’s IxNetwork to enable network equipment manufacturer partners to self-certify their products.
VMware announces new solutions for advanced networking
“The future of networking is software, and the network of the future is the Virtual Cloud Network.”
A data center in a data center: 3 key features of NTT Communications' new facility
NTT Communications has announced the launch of its Tokyo No. 10 Data Center located in Mitaka.
Expert says deploying an SD-WAN is about chip shots, not moon shots
ZK Research's founder provides his ten steps on deploying an SD-WAN - a series of chip shots rather than one big drive to the moon.
Carl Jefferys steps up to lead Ruckus Networks A/NZ operations
"His wealth of experience in the networking industry will continue to propel Ruckus’ leadership in today’s hyper-connected world."
Why Telstra’s decision to acquire VMtech makes sense
Cloud is a market worth over $180 billion, and it’s only going to grow – at 24% for annum to be exact.
Interview: assessing the fundamentals of a world-class data centre
We sat down with Polaris' Adam Gibson to learn about where data centres need to be delivering value for clients.
Interview: Cisco on where the opportunity lies for intent-based networking
Cisco talks about how the role of partners and networking personnel is set to experience a shift as a result of intent-based networking.
Bridging the gap: how to bring world-class fibre speeds to rural businesses
Why the UFB's urban focus shouldn't inhibit rural businesses from attaining a fibre-grade broadband connection.
Spirent Communications announces new programme for global partners
The provider of networks and services, as well as test and measurement solutions, is expanding its reach with a new global partner programme.
Power and cooling are critical to edge computing - here's why
Regardless of what industry you're in, if your business is storing data, it's very likely you've heard of edge computing.
Senetas enters technology partnership and distie agreement with ADVA
“By combining ADVA’s Ensemble suite with Senetas’ virtual encryption engine, we can offer a solution for site-to-site and site-cloud encrypted VPNs.”
Ex-Telstra talent to lead Superloop after CEO Bevan Slattery steps down
Slattery will fulfill the position of executive director, which Superloop says will allow him to focus on the company's strategic priorities.
Dell EMC pulls networking out of the past with new SD-WAN platform
“[This is] similar to what happened in compute when mainframe and Unix-based servers were superseded by x86 systems."
What if IT downtime could impact lives?
Ensuring that each and every one of these devices is running 24/7 is crucial to preventing delays in patient treatment.
Channel dominated infrastructure shipments in 2017 with 74%
The value of global infrastructure shipments hit an all-time high last year with 3 vendors and the channel dominating, but direct sales are catching.