Attendees at Digerati50 cocktail enjoy new connections made, especially with Minister of Communications and Multimedia Gobind Singh Deo.
The connectedness in the Malaysian digital ecosystem is still very much siloed and is government or agency led. There must be a way to bridge all SMEs, professionals and investors.
Meets growing demand in the region and enables enterprises to run workloads in Malaysia.
Companies can only be as agile as the least agile component, and today that is the network, particularly the wide-area network, writes Doug Farndale of Silver Peak.
DNA cofounder A. Asohan, inspired by a week-long prescription drug-induced haze, decides to ‘give back’ to the startup ecosystem.
In order to predict what trends may emerge in 2016, it is first critical to examine what happened in 2015 to see where the road ahead may lie, writes Bjorn Engelhardt of Riverbed.
Dell has announced in Malaysia its second wave of Dell XC Series of web-scale converged appliances, as well as an enhanced networking portfolio designed specifically to meet the needs of small to medium businesses (SMBs).
Networking in the data centre must become more agile, dynamic and automated, writes Sean Ong of Brocade Malaysia.
The relatively new CEO of Juniper Networks Inc, Rami Rahim, is confident that the company is finally now in good hands and is confident that “it is in an extremely good position to win in the marketplace” after enduring a tumultuous period in its history.
It’s been six months since Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise (ALUE) an independent entity, and while it now enjoys greater agility and deeper investment capabilities, the playbook for boosting its fortunes in the networking and communications space hinges on a tightly focused approach to capturing market share, writes Gabey Goh.