- February 18, 2009
WAN optimization and acceleration appliances, notably Riverbed's Steelhead appliances, can now accelerate SSL encrypted traffic, ensuring secure travel across the WAN.
- February 13, 2009
WAN optimization to speed application suites brings great benefits for any enterprise. And like most organizations, Mindspeed Technologies Inc., a global supplier of semiconductor network solutions for ...
- February 12, 2009
Sometimes a smaller managed service provider can be a better option than a brand-name telecom carrier for your MPLS wide area network (WAN).
- February 05, 2009
A new appliance from Packet Design gives enterprises visibility into their service providers' MPLS networks. With MPLS WAN Explorer, companies can make sure that providers are delivering proper service levels and the right network architecture
- January 15, 2009
Version control and disaster recovery projects prompted a manufacturer of industrial equipment to adopt WAN optimization technology. As the company consolidated its data in one location, network managers found that they needed to optimize the WAN.
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- December 13, 2008
Proper use of network visibility can help IT managers head off problems before they hit an enterprise's front lines, or can at least resolve them quickly. But deciding what kind of visibility is needed can be half the challenge.
- December 04, 2008
Software developers often fail to test their applications for performance on a wide area network (WAN), and when the application fails, network engineers often get the blame. Networkers should climb out of their own silos and work directly with ...
- 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 ...
- September 24, 2008
Law firm Broad and Cassel chose Silver Peak for its Layer 3 approach to WAN optimization. The firm had a broad range of applications to accelerate and didn't want to rely on the application-specific vendors that focus on Layer 7.
- September 10, 2008
Cisco has released Cisco Virtual Office, which will give remote workers highly secure and easily managed access to corporate networks. The product combines hardware, management software and professional services that make deployment fast and easy.
- September 03, 2008
With its acquisition of NetPriva, Expand Networks now has client software that can deliver WAN optimization to the PCs of remote workers and small branch offices.
- August 28, 2008
As the needs of next-generation enterprise networks become clearer, networking vendors and telecom carriers look toward common solutions.
- August 12, 2008
Network optimization technology from Cisco and Blue Coat, whether on the WAN or Internet, is helping drive thousands of hours of Olympic video coverage to the world for NBC and China's CCTV.
- July 30, 2008
Network equipment manufacturers and software vendors have been selling IPv6-ready products for years. With broad adoption still some way off, network management software vendors haven't been as quick to follow. Now is the time for network managers ...
- July 23, 2008
Networking professionals are in no hurry to build up their IPv6 skills, but experts say they should start now, before IPv4 addresses run out.