Wi-Fi 6 and 5G. Friends or foes?

In the world of wireless networking there’s an ongoing discussion on which technology will prevail and come out on top: Wi-Fi 6 or 5G. While both have been pitted against each another time and time again, it’s best to look past the marketing hype and instead focus on the...
How does SPB support Multicast?

One of the many great things about Shortest Path Bridging is how well it supports multicast traffic in the network. In fact, multicast is fundamental to the operation of the technology itself! Let’s see how it works in more detail!
Tech burnout? These four key tools can help you avoid it!

The conversation about excessive stress, exhaustion and a broken work-life balance in IT has been going on for a while now, and networking professionals are not free from the curse. How big is the actual problem? What causes it, what are its possible outcomes, and, most ...
Wi-Fi 6E: a rejuvenating force for healthcare organizations

Wireless connectivity is everywhere. You can find it in the office, factory floors, stores, coffee shops, and yes, hospitals too. With the influx of new, smart, Wi-Fi enabled or networked medical devices, more and more organizations are experiencing growing difficulties ...
How to build more complex networks?

One of the great things about Shortest Path Bridging is how easy it is to combine virtual layer 2 and layer 3 networks to build and deliver any service we may want or need. Let’s see how it’s done!
All you need is AIOps, AIOps is all you need!

You and your IT Ops team obviously know how to handle all of the tasks at hand, but… do you really need to be doing all of them? Wouldn’t it be nice to work smarter, not harder for a change? That’s where a good ML/AI solution can make all the difference – let’s see how m...
Less network complexities, risks, and costs? Go for SD-WAN, but do it wisely!

Operational costs and risks behind investments are top of mind for many IT leaders and senior management. Are you looking for ways to improve cost control, avoidance, or reduction? A well-matched SD-WAN solution may be just what you need, but… how does it actually work a...
How to build virtual layer 3 networks in an SPB environment?

So far, we have mostly talked about things that are based on the open IEEE 802.1Q standard which only defines virtual layer 2 networks. However, almost every network also needs routing, and routing operates at layer 3, where packets are sent to a specific next-hop IP add...
Extreme Networks in Hospitality: driving operational excellence and delivering guest experiences that wow

When you’re in a hospitality business, saying “be my guest!” is not enough to get customers rushing through the doors. So today we’re taking a quick tour around a couple of high-profile hotels in Europe to find out how our high-performing, flexible and secure solutions c...
It’s a big deal! Three network solutions to help financial institutions advance

For financial institutions, a reliable, efficient and secure IT network is paramount to staying competitive and responding to the evolving cyber threat landscape. On account of a number of challenges faced by the industry every day, let’s take a look at some of the advan...
Wi-Fi 6 and 5G. Friends or foes?

In the world of wireless networking there’s an ongoing discussion on which technology will prevail and come out on top: Wi-Fi 6 or 5G. While both have been pitted against each another time and time again, it’s best to look past the marketing hype and instead focus on the...
How does SPB support Multicast?

One of the many great things about Shortest Path Bridging is how well it supports multicast traffic in the network. In fact, multicast is fundamental to the operation of the technology itself! Let’s see how it works in more detail!
Tech burnout? These four key tools can help you avoid it!

The conversation about excessive stress, exhaustion and a broken work-life balance in IT has been going on for a while now, and networking professionals are not free from the curse. How big is the actual problem? What causes it, what are its possible outcomes, and, most ...
Wi-Fi 6E: a rejuvenating force for healthcare organizations

Wireless connectivity is everywhere. You can find it in the office, factory floors, stores, coffee shops, and yes, hospitals too. With the influx of new, smart, Wi-Fi enabled or networked medical devices, more and more organizations are experiencing growing difficulties ...
How to build more complex networks?

One of the great things about Shortest Path Bridging is how easy it is to combine virtual layer 2 and layer 3 networks to build and deliver any service we may want or need. Let’s see how it’s done!
All you need is AIOps, AIOps is all you need!

You and your IT Ops team obviously know how to handle all of the tasks at hand, but… do you really need to be doing all of them? Wouldn’t it be nice to work smarter, not harder for a change? That’s where a good ML/AI solution can make all the difference – let’s see how m...
Less network complexities, risks, and costs? Go for SD-WAN, but do it wisely!

Operational costs and risks behind investments are top of mind for many IT leaders and senior management. Are you looking for ways to improve cost control, avoidance, or reduction? A well-matched SD-WAN solution may be just what you need, but… how does it actually work a...
How to build virtual layer 3 networks in an SPB environment?

So far, we have mostly talked about things that are based on the open IEEE 802.1Q standard which only defines virtual layer 2 networks. However, almost every network also needs routing, and routing operates at layer 3, where packets are sent to a specific next-hop IP add...
Extreme Networks in Hospitality: driving operational excellence and delivering guest experiences that wow

When you’re in a hospitality business, saying “be my guest!” is not enough to get customers rushing through the doors. So today we’re taking a quick tour around a couple of high-profile hotels in Europe to find out how our high-performing, flexible and secure solutions c...
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