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Hyperconnectivity is upon us, says Cisco Cisco’s new Visual Networking Index predicts that ‘hyperconnectivity’ will arrive sooner than expected. It urges Australian businesses to prepare for the opportunity.
Nuage combats Cisco and VMware with ‘nu age’ of SDN open ecosystem There was a time when IBM was thought to be unassailable with its proprietary hardware and software lock-in strategy, so the likes of Cisco and…
Ruckus smartens SmartZone with smarter new version Competitors may well be smarting as Ruckus unveils its new SmartZone, a carrier-grade software platform for operators and enterprises to deliver the ‘wireless networks of…
Ruckus Hotspot 2.0 heats up Public WiFi with Release 2 Ruckus is making some noise with its redefinition of ‘secure and seamless’ Release 2 of Hotspot 2.0, helping operators and enterprises simplify, secure and transform…
Ruckus cards top score in CARNet Wi-Fi tests A test of 19 different Wi-Fi APs ‘stressed to their limits in a variety of different scenarios’ revealed ‘dramatic differences between competitive suppliers’, putting Ruckus…
VIDEO Interview: Brocade’s new fabric an IP storage industry first Networking solutions company Brocade has announced the industry’s first purpose built storage connectivity portfolio to redefine networking for IP storage in data centres and disaster…
Nextgen connects Pilbara miner with Perth ops centre Nextgen Networks has secured a deal with mining company Roy Hill to provide high-speed data connections between the miner’s communications system in Port Hedland and…
F5 BIG-IQ management framework assists DevOps efforts A new version of F5 BIG-IQ caters for the DevOps philosophy and provides improved integration with Cisco products.
Ruckus ZoneFlex H500: off-the-wall performance from an on-the-wall device A new switch and access point from Ruckus is designed to fit a standard wall junction box, providing a convenient and discreet arrangement for hotel…

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