• Oracle touts new switches, servers at Mobile World Congress 2015

    Oracle highlighted several new systems and networking products, including the ES2-72 and ES2-64 switches, at the Mobile World Congress 2015 show in Barcelona, Spain.

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  • What do you look for when buying data center switches?

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  • How to buy: What IT needs to look for in data center switches

    IT needs to know what to look for when buying data center switches that support high speeds and lower latencies to pave the way for agile data center network consolidation.

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  • How do you decide between Cisco and HP switches?

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  • Brocade ICX updates enable stackable campus core switches

    The Brocade ICX line expands with a new closet switch and stackability of the ICX 7750 for campus cores.

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  • Who needs core switches when you have optical fabric?

    Startup Fiber Mountain says its new data center architecture doubles throughput at half the cost of traditional networks … without a single costly core switch. Will optical fabric power the new data center network?

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  • Identifying and preventing router, switch and firewall vulnerabilities

    Routers, switches and firewalls are easy targets for hackers. Network security expert Brad Casey offers advice on keeping network devices secure.

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  • Consortium pushes IEEE to study 25GbE top of the rack switches

    Arista, Google, Microsoft, Broadcom and Mellanox are developing 25 and 50 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) top-of-rack switches. After initial reluctance, the IEEE is considering a standard for 25 GbE, but vendors may be out of luck with 50 GbE.

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  • Director vs. switch

    Storage expert Greg Schulz outlines things to consider when choosing switches for a SAN.

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  • What you need to know about switch upgrades

    Next-generation switches have a lot of capabilities, especially as vendors retool their product lines to support application awareness and other features. But make sure you get the switch you need.

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