Network Design University. Class #4 – Adding data center, virtualization and cloud services

Was your head in the clouds again? That’s alright, because for this class of Network Design University we will be talking about cloud services, virtualization and data centers. Pay close attention now!
Network Design University. Class #3 – Enabling network intelligence and intrinsic security

They say that third time’s a charm. Smart people don’t usually give in to superstitions, sure. But what about… intelligent networks? That’s right. For our third class of Network Design University we shall have a closer look at both network intelligence and intrinsic secu...
Network Design University. Class #2 – Expanding the network

Greeting, sophomores! Ready for the next class at the Network Design University? Today we shall broaden our minds a little bit and talk about expanding the size and capabilities of our network. Wish to move at the speed of business? Follow up on our new webinar!
Network Design University. Class #1 – Networking. Start small… think big!

Welcome to the first class of Network Design University! Get yourself comfortable in your chair and open your notebook. Today, we’re going to cover the basics of how to design a small network with big ideas in mind!
Be the best in class. Welcome to the Network Design University!

As the autumn approaches, so does the academic year. So why don’t you join our desk and learn a trick or two about designing aspects of networking projects? Ready your notebooks and sharpen your pencils – new Extreme webinar series Network Design University opens its doo...
One platform to rule them all. The era of Extreme Guest Gateway is coming!

Connecting a network to the Internet is a simple matter, but if you look deeper into it, it is not enough to have a socket, a plug and a working router. To the "to do / must have" list we must add firewall, VPN concentrator, content filter, traffic analyser and many othe...
Extreme Data Center Solutions. A wardrobe full of ideas!

A data center can have different shapes and designs. Sometimes it is a medium-sized cabinet-like device, typically used by small businesses. At other times, it is a wardrobe-sized room or even a whole building with multiple rows of high-capacity cabinets and densely arra...
Protection to a T. Meet Extreme Defender for IoT!

Until recently, only computers were connected to the Internet. Today, they are accompanied in the Web by mobile devices, building automation components, and even white goods. Ironically, the more crowded and livelier it gets, the less secure it is, as a certain casino in...
Second part of the webinar on Wi-Fi 6. What hides inside?

While 802.11ax has not yet had its official premiere, there are already various – and, unfortunately, often erroneous – assumptions and speculations among the interested parties. Thus, it is worthwhile to verify your current knowledge using a reliable source. Emre Kurtma...
Network Design University. Class #5 – Monetizing the network

Ka-ching! That’s what monetizing the network would probably sound like (if it made sounds at all). Wish to learn more about adding guest services and making the most of your network business-wise? Be our guest – watch the ultimate webinar of our Network Design University...
Network Design University. Class #4 – Adding data center, virtualization and cloud services

Was your head in the clouds again? That’s alright, because for this class of Network Design University we will be talking about cloud services, virtualization and data centers. Pay close attention now!
Network Design University. Class #3 – Enabling network intelligence and intrinsic security

They say that third time’s a charm. Smart people don’t usually give in to superstitions, sure. But what about… intelligent networks? That’s right. For our third class of Network Design University we shall have a closer look at both network intelligence and intrinsic secu...
Network Design University. Class #2 – Expanding the network

Greeting, sophomores! Ready for the next class at the Network Design University? Today we shall broaden our minds a little bit and talk about expanding the size and capabilities of our network. Wish to move at the speed of business? Follow up on our new webinar!
Network Design University. Class #1 – Networking. Start small… think big!

Welcome to the first class of Network Design University! Get yourself comfortable in your chair and open your notebook. Today, we’re going to cover the basics of how to design a small network with big ideas in mind!
Be the best in class. Welcome to the Network Design University!

As the autumn approaches, so does the academic year. So why don’t you join our desk and learn a trick or two about designing aspects of networking projects? Ready your notebooks and sharpen your pencils – new Extreme webinar series Network Design University opens its doo...
One platform to rule them all. The era of Extreme Guest Gateway is coming!

Connecting a network to the Internet is a simple matter, but if you look deeper into it, it is not enough to have a socket, a plug and a working router. To the "to do / must have" list we must add firewall, VPN concentrator, content filter, traffic analyser and many othe...
Extreme Data Center Solutions. A wardrobe full of ideas!

A data center can have different shapes and designs. Sometimes it is a medium-sized cabinet-like device, typically used by small businesses. At other times, it is a wardrobe-sized room or even a whole building with multiple rows of high-capacity cabinets and densely arra...
Protection to a T. Meet Extreme Defender for IoT!

Until recently, only computers were connected to the Internet. Today, they are accompanied in the Web by mobile devices, building automation components, and even white goods. Ironically, the more crowded and livelier it gets, the less secure it is, as a certain casino in...
Second part of the webinar on Wi-Fi 6. What hides inside?

While 802.11ax has not yet had its official premiere, there are already various – and, unfortunately, often erroneous – assumptions and speculations among the interested parties. Thus, it is worthwhile to verify your current knowledge using a reliable source. Emre Kurtma...
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