| HP aims three-part effort at network virtualization | LTE telephony finally off the ground, but take-up will be slow |
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'WAN Optimization': the key WAN technology advance of the past decade
WHITE PAPER: Silver Peak Systems, Inc.
Avoid Common Packet Delivery Issues across the WAN
Packet loss is increasingly problematic for companies looking to lower DR costs by performing data replication over the WAN. This paper discusses the inaccuracies of measuring packet loss with ICMP (i.e. ping method) and explains how to mitigate this risk with proper packet loss measuring tools. Learn more.
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HP aims three-part effort at network virtualization
LTE telephony finally off the ground, but take-up will be slow
WHITE PAPER: ADTRAN
Traditional WLAN vs. ADTRAN's Virtual Wireless LAN (vWLAN)
The substantial differences between a traditional hardware controller-based wireless LAN and ADTRAN's virtual wireless LAN (hypervisor-based) are detailed in ADTRAN's WLAN vs. vWLAN comparison chart. Learn more.
Linksys routers get smart (except for 'easy setup')
WHITE PAPER: Motorola
WiNG 5 Wireless LAN: Delivering Better Quality of Experience
Can your wireless network infrastructure handle the growing numbers of mobile devices taking significant bandwidth bites out of your network? The good news is that with smart, cost-effective wireless infrastructure investments, not only can you scale quickly to secure the growing number of devices you serve, but also optimize their performance. Learn More.
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