- June 30, 2010
For some enterprises, virtual WAN optimization can enable adoption in locations or circumstances in which a physical appliance could not.
- June 25, 2010
As it continues to build out its private cloud computing infrastructure, one furniture manufacturer is using WAN optimization to improve cloud application performance across the WAN and minimize the effects of latency.
- 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 ...
- June 08, 2010
Will IPv4 address exhaustion affect your enterprise network? What will happen when IPv4 address space runs out in two years, and what is accelerating IPv4 address depletion? Is a transition to IPv6 really necessary? Find out the answers to these ...
- June 08, 2010
Is your company one that needs to start thinking about an IPv6 transition today? Who needs IPv6?
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- June 02, 2010
Video and cloud computing are pressuring carriers to guarantee better WAN application performance with on-demand bandwidth and QoS and application SLAs. Uptime isn't enough anymore.
- May 26, 2010
Wireless backhaul offers an alternative that goes the distance for organizations that can't trench their own fiber or add T1 lines, or want to avoid doing so.
- May 21, 2010
Human resources application services provider Workscape uses application delivery controllers for routing of its Internet-facing applications as well as for SSL acceleration and load balancing.
- May 19, 2010
In trying to stop sluggish applications from choking the WAN, cloud computing will be a challenge. No one controls the Internet, making Software as a Service (SaaS) performance difficult to predict and improve.
- May 14, 2010
Virtual application delivery controllers offer engineers flexibility in how they architect networks. If they put these virtual appliances into the hands of developers, those developers will deliver applications that are optimized for the production ...
- May 07, 2010
With their RouterBricks project, Intel researchers have substantially increased the potential throughput of software routers. Software-based routers, which used to be limited by the processing power of a single server, could now theoretically ...
- May 05, 2010
Chatty apps aren't the only reason enterprises struggle with poor WAN application performance. Mobility, cloud computing and Web-based apps are changing how enterprises tackle the problem.
- April 28, 2010
Although the city of Avondale, Ariz., has a sparse wireless WAN, its mobile workers rarely lose connectivity as they roam between Wi-Fi and cellular networks using a mobile VPN client for constant and transparent wide area network (WAN) access.
- April 21, 2010
The Application Delivery 2.0 track at Interop Las Vegas will explore how technologies like virtualization and cloud computing are putting pressure on the wide area network and forcing enterprises to rethink the future of WAN optimization controllers...
- April 14, 2010
Although the growing complexity of WAN topologies is muddying the picture for network engineers, more sophisticated WAN emulators can give insight into application performance.