• Why should you implement QoS for VoIP?

    Why should enterprises implement QoS for VoIP? Telephony expert Jon Arnold explains why QoS is vital to measure the performance of voice services.

    Unified Communications ATE2,230 pointsBadges:
  • How does VoIP Quality of Service differ between cable and DSL?

    How does VoIP Quality of Service compare between cable and DSL? Telephony Expert Matt Brunk explains that broadband Internet type doesn't necessarily factor into VoIP Quality of

    ITKE350,420 pointsBadges:
  • ViaWest chooses SolidFire flash array for performance, storage QoS

    Cloud services provider ViaWest deployed SolidFire's pure SSD array in its data center for its storage quality of service (QoS).

    Todderickson900 pointsBadges:
  • Pharmaceutical firm puts Pillar’s QoS to the test

    Cubist Pharmaceuticals mixes production and backup data on the same disks in its Pillar Axiom array, a feature one expert cautions against.

    Beth Pariseau7,270 pointsBadges:
  • SolidFire SSD array gets plug-in for VM-level QoS

    Software plug-in for SolidFire SSD array enables its all-flash systems to communicate with VMware's vSphere Storage I/O Control.

    Carol Sliwa1,025 pointsBadges:
  • Security on the line: Evaluating session border controller vendors

    Session border controllers provide security and QoS to IP telephony links. Learn how to pick a session border controller and review our list of session border controller vendors.

    Unified Communications ATE2,230 pointsBadges:
  • Leaning Guide: What causes VoIP QoS problems?

    Learn what causes VoIP QoS issues in Section 2 of Roger Freeman's VoIP series.

    ITKE350,420 pointsBadges:
  • Changes drive need for application SLAs, app-aware WANs and agile QoS

    Video and cloud computing are pressuring carriers to guarantee better WAN application performance with on-demand bandwidth and QoS and application SLAs. Uptime isn't enough anymore.

    Jessica Scarpati2,005 pointsBadges:
  • QoS components: A closer look

    A large component to a successful voice over IP (VoIP) infrastructure is effectively deploying a quality of service (QoS) model. QoS components entail classification and marking, congestion management, congestion avoidance, policing and shaping, and link efficiency.

    ITKE350,420 pointsBadges:
  • IP QoS: Two generations of class-of-service tools

    Offering quality of service (QoS) on IP networks started with DiffServ, then the second generation QoS capabilities moved to modern router and Layer 3 switch settings. This tip looks at how service providers can best offer a wider range of classes of service to their customers.

    SearchEnterpriseWAN1,080 pointsBadges:

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