- June 29, 2012
In this Q&A, 'Computer Networks' book co-author talks about the application-layer issues that are affecting today's wide area networks (WANs).
- June 13, 2012
The Internet Society and content providers share the results of their IPv4 to IPv6 conversion, results from World IPv6 Launch Day.
- June 05, 2012
The IPv4 to IPv6 transition can present issues for an enterprise without resources to redesign its network. Experts and vendors discuss how to ensure IPv6 connectivity.
- June 22, 2011
No, nothing blew up on World IPv6 Day. But wide area network (WAN) managers still have plenty to worry about with their own IPv6 migration planning and preparation.
- June 08, 2011
SearchEnterpriseWAN.com asked WAN managers about where they stand today with their IPv6 migration strategies as well as their thoughts on World IPv6 Day.
- December 09, 2010
Service providers are angling to sell consulting services to aid the IPv6 migration process. Their usefulness will depend on the project's size and the level of in-house expertise.
- June 09, 2010
One law firm's data center consolidation project leads to an MPLS migration and the adoption of WAN optimization. Sidley Austin consolidated its seven U.S. data centers down to one primary data center and a backup and connected all of its locations ...
- March 03, 2010
Using MPLS networking and simplifying its design with more powerful hardware allowed one credit union to ease WAN management and save hundreds of thousands of dollars.
- November 19, 2008
When selecting a provider for a managed MPLS network, enterprises must focus on more than just how the provider designs and builds the network. They should also think about the support they will get from the provider once the network is up and ...
- June 19, 2008
Next-generation wide area network (WAN) services are on the rise as companies begin to migrate away from frame relay and ATM to services like MPLS and Ethernet VPN, according to recent research by analyst firm In-Stat. Drivers include the ...
- June 04, 2008
Broadband bounding vendor Mushroom Networks is offering SMBs affordable ways to get high-speed Internet connections. Mushroom Networks can bond T1 lines, DSL lines and cable lines to aggregate their collective speeds into one high-speed connection. ...
- March 05, 2008
Cisco's new ASR 1000 router series brings multi-service capabilities and high performance to the edge in a compact but powerful form factor.
- November 08, 2007
Core network services, like DNS and DHCP, are critical for network and applications performance, but many companies are still taking an ad hoc approach.
- July 14, 2007
The jet manufacturer says it's moving away from frame relay and ATM to MPLS to increase service to extranet partners, cut costs and increase internal productivity.
- July 12, 2006
Enterprise network architects can learn a lot from the FIFA World Cup IT staff, who had to maintain, manage and support a network the size of Germany -- comprising roughly 45,000 connections -- for an entire month.