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Posts tagged Software-defined networking
Years back in the early days of wireless LAN technology, Wi-Fi installations were only used selectively. Managing those networks was relatively easy as they often consisted of only one or a few wireless devices. But Wi-Fi quickly became a key technology in connecting devices and people all over the globe
In our ever faster moving world of interconnectivity of everything and the all-encompassing digitalization and automation of workflows and business processes, we expect IT networks to follow suit. However, traditional networks are increasingly struggling to meet these expectations. Their complexity demands a considerable level of expert knowledge and effort to integrate new devices or locations, […]
Wherever you look, the digital transformation is underway. Old business models disappear or are being replaced by new, digital processes, which are turning traditional approaches upside down. While stable and reliable networks have always been an important basis for digitalization, digital transformation brings new challenges – not only to manufacturers and users, but also to […]
In 2016 analysts Gartner declared that the industry trend of server virtualization had reached maturity. Almost twenty years after the introduction of the very first virtualization functions, some of the companies questioned during the survey declared they had already virtualized 90% of their servers. On average, firms reported that they had a virtualization rate of […]
Take a look at the leading network technology trends for 2017 and you simply cannot ignore the dominance of “digitalization” or, as some are calling it, the “age of digital transformation” we are currently going through. It seems as if everything is going “digital”, be it in production, services, processes or applications.
Guest Post by LANCOM Systems Founder Ralf Koenzen about the growing importance of software-defined-networking: Anybody who follows developments here at LANCOM will know that, since 2014, we have intensively been working on the way networks will look in the future. There is a background to this effort:
As hard as it may be to predict the future, when it comes to networking technologies, one thing is for sure: The future is wireless! According to a study by the New Jersey Institute of Technology, by 2019 only 19% of Internet traffic will come from wired devices, while 81% will arise from wireless ones. […]