The 3 most important cogwheels of the digital transformation in Manufacturing

As manufacturing becomes more and more dynamic, it wouldn’t be a stretch to say that computer networks are key to paving the way for the digital enterprise and optimizing entire value chains. Let’s take a look at some of the current technology trends in networking that c...
How to put an SPB network to service?

In the first article in our series we took a general look at the Shortest Path Bridging technology and its core mechanisms such as switches using the IS-IS protocol to “talk” to each other. Now, let me briefly explain how an SPB network is actually built and how to put i...
What is Shortest Path Bridging and how is it different from traditional computer networks?

At the end of the day, when it comes to enterprise networks, everyone’s after pretty much the same things: seamless connectivity, simplicity, flexibility, scalability, security. In this series we will explain step by step the fundamentals and most important capabilities ...
Extreme Networks in Public Transportation: a ticket to better network performance, uptime and security

As our cities grow bigger and more crowded, the need for simpler, faster, more convenient, and more secure transportation is only increasing. The network is the key resource enabling this, but the growing complexity of the IT environment can put a spanner in the works, k...
Extreme Networks in Retail, Transportation & Logistics: the power to deliver!

In today’s era of digital transformation, businesses in the retail, transportation and logistics sector are under continuous pressure to optimize their operations, both in terms of productivity and cost-efficiency. Let’s take a look at the ongoing challenges the industry...
Not all those who wander are lost. Let’s navigate your community’s path to the cloud!

J.R.R. Tolkien used to say that “the greatest adventure is what lies ahead”. For many state and local government CIOs, that means venturing to the cloud to better support hybrid work environments, provide new digital services for citizens, and optimize operations. So the...
Extreme Networks in the state and local government sector: enabling smart city initiatives while protecting IT budgets

When the generation X was growing up, the world changed every few years or even decades. These days it changes every few months and our rapidly changing cities are the best proof of that. Let’s see what kind of challenges does this digital transformation put on the gover...
Extreme Networks in Manufacturing: the business must flow!

The principal goal of any manufacturing business is to produce profit – to that end, companies work tirelessly to optimize their processes, improve overall performance, and ensure continuous operation. One of the key enablers of that lies in the network. Let’s see how Ex...
Extreme Fabric Connect: more security and less complexity – automatically!

Network security is a complex topic. Organizations need not only consider the actual efficiency of stopping potential cyber-attacks, but also the actual cost of doing so. In this regards, Extreme Fabric Connect is the way to go and here’s why!
Moving around SPB – how does traffic get from A to B?

Now that we’ve seen how the SPB network topology is built and how we can create multiple virtual layer 2 network on top of it, it’s time to explain how traffic gets from one end-station to another end-station or device of some kind (e.g. a firewall)!
The 3 most important cogwheels of the digital transformation in Manufacturing

As manufacturing becomes more and more dynamic, it wouldn’t be a stretch to say that computer networks are key to paving the way for the digital enterprise and optimizing entire value chains. Let’s take a look at some of the current technology trends in networking that c...
How to put an SPB network to service?

In the first article in our series we took a general look at the Shortest Path Bridging technology and its core mechanisms such as switches using the IS-IS protocol to “talk” to each other. Now, let me briefly explain how an SPB network is actually built and how to put i...
What is Shortest Path Bridging and how is it different from traditional computer networks?

At the end of the day, when it comes to enterprise networks, everyone’s after pretty much the same things: seamless connectivity, simplicity, flexibility, scalability, security. In this series we will explain step by step the fundamentals and most important capabilities ...
Extreme Networks in Public Transportation: a ticket to better network performance, uptime and security

As our cities grow bigger and more crowded, the need for simpler, faster, more convenient, and more secure transportation is only increasing. The network is the key resource enabling this, but the growing complexity of the IT environment can put a spanner in the works, k...
Extreme Networks in Retail, Transportation & Logistics: the power to deliver!

In today’s era of digital transformation, businesses in the retail, transportation and logistics sector are under continuous pressure to optimize their operations, both in terms of productivity and cost-efficiency. Let’s take a look at the ongoing challenges the industry...
Not all those who wander are lost. Let’s navigate your community’s path to the cloud!

J.R.R. Tolkien used to say that “the greatest adventure is what lies ahead”. For many state and local government CIOs, that means venturing to the cloud to better support hybrid work environments, provide new digital services for citizens, and optimize operations. So the...
Extreme Networks in the state and local government sector: enabling smart city initiatives while protecting IT budgets

When the generation X was growing up, the world changed every few years or even decades. These days it changes every few months and our rapidly changing cities are the best proof of that. Let’s see what kind of challenges does this digital transformation put on the gover...
Extreme Networks in Manufacturing: the business must flow!

The principal goal of any manufacturing business is to produce profit – to that end, companies work tirelessly to optimize their processes, improve overall performance, and ensure continuous operation. One of the key enablers of that lies in the network. Let’s see how Ex...
Extreme Fabric Connect: more security and less complexity – automatically!

Network security is a complex topic. Organizations need not only consider the actual efficiency of stopping potential cyber-attacks, but also the actual cost of doing so. In this regards, Extreme Fabric Connect is the way to go and here’s why!
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