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Understanding the Market for Network Virtualization
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2/20/2014  |  3 comments
Network virtualization is emerging as a potentially key carrier datacenter trend, but what's it all about?
Video Killed the Radio Star – Redux
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2/17/2014  |  13 comments
Why don't cable and IPTV operators deliver a great audio experience to the family TV set?
A Géant In Europe's Science Community
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2/10/2014  |  3 comments
Dr John Chevers describes what he gets up to in the course of a week as chief business development officer at DANTE (Delivery of Advanced Network Technology to Europe).
WiFi Roaming: The Technical Considerations
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2/7/2014  |  6 comments
WiFi is increasingly ubiquitous, but it can be a challenge to enable users to roam between 802.11x wireless networks.
Addressing the Needs of Mobile & Wireless Networks Through SDN
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2/6/2014  |  1 comment
It's time to focus on the software-defined networking (SDN) needs of mobile operators.
Blessed Are the SDN Switchmakers
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2/4/2014  |  18 comments
Photos of the Papal inaugurations of 2005 and 2013 reveal sweeping changes in data networking. Seriously.
Must Haves for the Big Game? DAS & WiFi
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2/2/2014  |  7 comments
While many NFL and big league stadiums are upgrading to high-powered DAS and WiFi systems, today's university stadiums and campuses are in need of major league solutions.


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