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eWEEK NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS: New access unit brings together a radio, antenna and digital unit into one compact box, making it the industry’s first integrated radio for mmWave spectrum.
eWEEK NEW-PRODUCT NEWS: Aruba's new lineup enables centralized visualization of network health using distributed analytics across every switch in the network to reduce troubleshooting cycles from days to minutes.
eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS RESOURCE PAGE: SD-WAN vendor Open Systems established itself in Europe and is now ready to make a strong push into the U.S. market.
eWEEK DATA POINTS ANALYSIS RESOURCE PAGE: The way that service providers deliver Internet and network connectivity to people, companies and devices is due for a major shake-up. Dean Bogdanovic of Volta Networks explains what will drive major changes at the network edge.
eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS RESOURCE PAGE: Businesses need to be ready to bring IT and OT together, but they also need the right tools to do so.
eWEEK DATA POINTS RESOURCE PAGE: The latest iterations of both network technologies will play increasingly complementary roles, but enterprises will still lean toward Wi-Fi 6 for their in-building connectivity.
eWEEK NETWORKING ANALYSIS: CloudVision 2019 brings Arista users a wide range of features to make a network easier to manage.
eWEEK TREND ANALYSIS RESOURCE PAGE: The future that Qualcomm is anticipating, as you’d expect, will showcase far more connected devices and other devices that can do multiple things.
eWEEK NEW PRODUCT NEWS: New options will include integrated analytics, autonomous database, packaged data models and best- practice KPIs.
eWEEK NEWS ANALYSIS: VMware and Oracle—sworn enemies for years, though not in the open source world—are now playing nicely together in catering to all those thousands of customers globally who are using them both in the data center and in the cloud.
eWEEK NEW-PRODUCT ANAYSIS: At VMWorld, Apstra delivers intent-based networking to VMware’s NSX-T.
eWEEK PRODUCT COMPARISON RESOURCE PAGE: We take a close look at two of the three largest cloud services providers in the world: Microsoft Azure (16 percent of the world market) and Google Cloud Platform (8 percent).