The network infrastructure must not be static to keep pace with the rapidly changing markets of today, so organisations should look into whether to bring the pieces closer together by deploying a converged infrastructure, or disaggregate and have more moving pieces with software-defined networking, writes Wilson Lai of Extreme Networks.
Wilson Lai from Extreme Networks discusses how organisations can be empowered to turn the network into a strategic business asset with network analytics.
802.11ac is the next generation of wireless, designed to provide higher capacity and density. Extreme Networks’ Gary Newbold discusses the top things to consider when planning the move to 802.11ac.
Extreme Networks’ Gary Newbold presents some of the new styles of learning and how these tools are expected to change the face of universities and colleges by 2020.
In this article, Extreme Networks’ Gary Newbold highlights the top 10 reasons why organisations should consider the adoption of open source SDN.
Extreme Networks’ Gary Newbold highlights the need for an agile network backbone to ride the mobility wave in healthcare and provide better management and availability of critical applications within the network.
In this article, Extreme Networks’ Gary Newbold sheds some light on SDN technology, and touches on how the technology can help IT teams to address their networking challenges to better respond to the rapidly changing needs of business in the midst of modern market demands.
The BYOD trend is gaining popularity in Asia Pacific and education is impacted by this trend. Extreme Networks’ Gary Newbold look at how schools and universities can handle the major challenges that BYOD has brought to education, while ensuring visibility and control of their network.
Extreme Networks Inc has announced the appointment of Westcon Solutions for on-site sales, marketing, and technical support in South-East Asia.
Extreme Networks Inc has appointed appointment Gary Newbold as vice president of sales for Asia Pacific. Based in Singapore, he will oversee the entire region highlighted by China, Korea, Australia, Japan and India.