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A team from Datatrend ventured to Mobile World Congress (#MWC15) this week to participate in the largest global gathering (~90,000 attendees) of mobile and telecommunications stakeholders. Datatrend offers consulting and integration solutions for independent software vendors (ISVs) serving the telco market to deliver friction-free in-network implementations, gaining speed to market, quick time to value and global support for mobile carriers and other telco operators leveraging ISV solutions.
Our CTO, Phil Turner, took a few minutes from the hubbub to send the following recap of early activities from his smartphone:Read More
My first attendance at VMware’s Partner Exchange (PEX) was filled with both good and bad experiences:
The Good: I was able to see what VMware had up its proverbial sleeve in regards to the upcoming vSphere 6 and the associated infrastructure changes that come along with that such as an improved NSD, vSAN, vRealize Suite and other important technological improvements to the VMware virtualization stack.
The Bad: For me, as an extremely “hands-on” technical professional, I find value in hearing about the technical aspects of new or refreshed products, but always feel that shows like these fall short in the “hands-on” department.Read More
While many are looking to Punxsutawney Phil today (Groundhog Day) for predictions on the future of our winter season duration, our own visionary Phil – our CTO Phil Turner – and I will be attending the VMware Partner Exchange in San Francisco, looking for insights and enlightenment around VMware solutions and how to best leverage them. Among the offerings, we think that NSX, Virtual Desktops (VDI), Virtual Volumes (vVols) storage emulation, and further integrating the Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) into existing enterprises will be key items of interest for us and for our customers. Stay tuned for updates from the show!Read More
Why businesses should look at newer 5 GHz 802.11ac networks for their WLANs.
In our BYOD mobile-enabled world, multiple devices – phones, phablets, tablets and laptops – need to have Internet speeds fast enough for users to be productive, especially at your place of business. It’s estimated that 60 percent of American adults use smartphones alone. With these expanded wireless devices and applications, how does corporate WiFi keep up with the demand?Read More
Are you scared to look in your data closet? Did a black Cat6 cable cross your path? Is there a poisonous cable lurking in a mysterious serpentine blob? If your network structured cabling looks like any of these tangled webs, you might find yourself in an episode of Nightmare on Ethernet Street.
Check out some of these scary structured cabling messes. Hopefully, you’ll feel a lot better about your own data cabling and sleep better at night.