This week I had the pleasure of speaking in the gold theater at Cisco Live London 2012. As a gold sponsor of this event over the past few years, we truly enjoy the opportunity to discuss attendee’s new projects and initiatives, while also being able to share best practices we have learned while working with our customers.
Important to our growth is that we continually align with key new IT projects for enterprises and telecommunications providers, where there are new risks and unmet management needs. For these new services or technology project rollouts, complete and immediate operational visibility is required. How else can you assure and prove service levels while creating your new compelling customer experiences and improving operational efficiencies?
VoIP applications on enterprise networks present specific challenges for network operations and telecommunications teams. VoIP deployments demand optimal network performance to ensure an acceptable quality of experience for end users. To successfully deploy and manage VoIP applications, IT operations teams need an integrated performance management system that provides the metrics and visibility to deliver a superior VoIP quality of experience while ensuring network performance.
With the end of 2011 in sight, it is time to start reflecting on what you accomplished and what new challenges you will face in the next year. For many of you, this means re-evaluating current projects, and planning new projects. If you haven’t thought about the following questions yet, now is the time.
As today’s networks continue to move to an all IP infrastructure (if they have not done so already), the virtualization and consolidation of network capabilities and resources becomes a key requirement of any new data center technology. Every device has to do more than its predecessor. Today we are taking a few moments to look at this trend which is especially true in the load balancer arena.
Converging voice, data and video onto a single network infrastructure can be a complex task. Here are some tips to ensure the transmission runs smoothly.
ITEXPO West in Austin this week includes around 10 different collocated events and summits which is both a testament to the increased breadth of TMCnet and the convergence and unification of VoIP, wireless, and social media communication services.
So if you're here regularly, and by here I mean you are a subscriber to our blog and actually click through when you get an email that a new article was posted, you have to be familiar with Pete Cruz. He is SevOne's Senior Director of Product Management and Marketing.
The second day is always quite busy with Cisco announcements and keynotes, and night time parties. The big Cisco announcement was the refresh of the Catalyst 6500 series along with the new Sup2T that enables the 6500 to support up to 100,000 mobile devices. It was great to see my former Veritas colleague Scott Gainey on stage for the announcement and then later at the China Grill celebrating with his team.
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