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WAN and LAN Section
Riverbed is no longer just about physical Steelhead WAN optimization appliances.
EEE-compliant networking gear provides attractive energy consumption savings for network admins. Julie Knudson examines the myths and realities of energy-efficient Ethernet.
Former VMware exec takes the reins at Linux Foundation collaborative project.
Joint vendor solution aims to provide more efficient OpenFlow 1.3 compliance and certification testing for faster SDN development.
The chairman of the Ethernet Alliance talks with ENP about SDN, vehicular Ethernet, Energy Efficient Ethernet, and more.
Insieme folded back into Cisco; new Nexus switches, controller, and approach to applications beyond SDN unveiled.
Case study: Houston megachurch solves its video multicast challenges with the help of managed services provider Masergy.
The Internet of Things isn't just an idea, it's a business, and Cisco has formed an Internet of Things Group to capitalize on that.
New bare metal network operating system now supports the Broadcom Trident II chipset.
Root DNS operator reports third quarter financial results as the base of .com and .net domains continues to grow.
Latest Akamai State of the Internet report finds that over half of all global connections now occur at 4 Mbps or faster.
Networking vendor introduces low-cost, cloud-managed dual-radio 802.11ac Wi-Fi AP to support next-generation wireless infrastructure needs.
Think SDN is over-hyped? Think again, says Ciena CTO. In his opinion, it's the path forward for the future of computing--and it isn't hyped enough.
With the release of the "world's smallest optical network terminal," APOLAN founding member Tellabs plans to take fiber deep into the heart of the enterprise.