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Cisco's blade server market entry: Can it work?

Blog  Cisco is expected to launch its blade server project California today, and there is a lot of disagreement over just whats coming. Some predict Cisco will enter the data center server market with a hardware product linked to its network virtualization tools. Others think the product will be ...

Last updated: Mar 16, 2009   5:02 PM GMT  |  Blog: Uncommon Wisdom
cisco 878 and 3com how to get it working and getting access to IP camera via public IP

Answer  I got Cisco 878 router with a 3com switch (unmanaged) the end devices Which are connected behind a 3com , are a network recorder and 3 IP camera's I see the arp and mac address, but I can't connect to them, or view the camera or able to access the recorder RTR-1# sh arp Protocol Address ...

Last updated: Jun 20, 2010   8:49 PM GMT   |    Cisco 878, Cisco Routers, Network Configuration
Wired to wireless: The next big change in advanced metering infrastructure and connected societies

Blog  The internet has been one of the most transformative global developments in our history, changing the landscape for communications, education and economic advancement around the world. Since 2000, global internet penetration has grown by 936% -- and with nearly 50% of the world still not connected, ...

Last updated: Jan 4, 2018   10:55 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      802.11s, AMI, AMR
The Ebbs and Flows of SDN

Blog  After 10+ years of limited change in the networking industry, we entered 2013 with a great amount of fanfare and promise with a new set of networking technologies to address the challenges brought about by server virtualization and web-scale data centers. The $1.2B acquisition of Nicira by VMware, c...

Last updated: Dec 8, 2013   10:11 PM GMT  |  Blog: From Silos to Services: Cloud Computing for the Enterprise
Boost built-in IIoT security with VPNs

Blog  According to Gartner, IIoT devices are projected to reach 3.17 billion units in 2020. This includes manufacturing field devices, process sensors for electrical generating plants and real-time location devices for healthcare. Companies taking advantage of these IP-connected business devices are alrea...

Last updated: Apr 17, 2018   2:52 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Authentication, Certificates, cybersecurity
Some people really just don't understand how the technology that runs their lives functions.

Blog  So I'm sitting at home reading an article on the NY Times website about the current travel mess in New England, and a statement within the article really scared me (about 2/3s of the way down). "He wonders why during times like these, airlines, which are now profitable, cannot simply rent additiona...

Last updated: Dec 28, 2010   11:33 PM GMT  |  Blog: SQL Server with Mr. Denny
4 Takeaways from the VMware and AWS Partnership

Blog  Last week, VMware and AWS announced that they are working on a new service to deliver VMware technology from AWS' cloud - called "VMware on AWS". Wetalked about this with Greg Knieriemen and Keith Townsend on The Cloudcast. The strategies for VMware and AWS are becoming clearer: VMware has be...

Last updated: Oct 18, 2016   1:00 AM GMT  |  Blog: From Silos to Services: Cloud Computing for the Enterprise   |      AWS, Azure, Dell
VMware using VSAN to redefine hyper-convergence, but is it the right move?

Blog  VMware unveiled the latest version of its Virtual SAN software this week, and while the release includes welcome improvements, VMware's marketing message is missing the mark. Virtual SAN 6.2 adds several upgrades that customers will appreciate, though the addition of in-line deduplication and compr...

Last updated: Feb 12, 2016   7:32 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Virtualization Room
Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit 8 Beta

Blog  Are you ready to virtualize into Server 2012, do you know how your current physical servers are running? With MAP 8.0 Beta you can run an inventory of your physical and virtual servers, get stats like IOPS, CPU Usage and Memory Usage over a period of time set by you. Trust me when I say, most envir...

Last updated: Nov 7, 2012   1:37 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Real (and Virtual) Adventures of Nathan the IT Guy
Will the new VMware "v-products" change VMware as we know it?

Blog  There were many new product announcements made at VMworld, many of which were probably confusing. So many new "v-products" were introduced and it initially seems like the ESX infrastructure we know today will soon be completely different. So what does this mean to the average ESX system administrato...

Last updated: Sep 30, 2008   5:38 PM GMT  |  Blog: Virtualization Pro
Would you buy a soft Junos switch or router from Juniper?

Blog  What's the term for when you're just throwing things out there to see what works? Spitballing? I'm just spitballing here. I think Juniper Networks should start selling Junos, the operating system for its switches and routers, as a software product. I believe in branding. If a company has a brand th...

Last updated: Jun 5, 2014   8:14 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Network Hub   |      Big Switch Networks, Cisco, Dell
AlterPoint: The End of An Era

Blog  Well AlterPoint has found a home. The last of the early/original NCCM (Network Configuration & Change Management) vendors, focused on Enterprise, has been acquired. Others have come along in the later days, but AlterPoint, Rendition and Voyence (formerly PowerUp Networks) are now all part of...

Last updated: Feb 27, 2009   4:07 AM GMT  |  Blog: Adventures in Data Center Automation   |      BladeLogic, BMC, CA
Intel Win10 UWP Configuration Utility

Blog  Last week, I blogged about Intel Windows 10 Modern Drivers. As it turns out, there was more going on with that than I recognized. In addition to a new set of drivers, Intel also offers a new set of UWP software as well. By grabbing the latest version of the Intel Ethernet Adapter Complete Driver Pac...

Last updated: Dec 12, 2018   8:56 PM GMT  |  Blog: Windows Enterprise Desktop   |      IP networking, Network interface, Windows 10
What network infrastructure is required for massive IoT and smart cities?

Blog  Not too long ago, IoT meant something completely different than it does today. Machine-to-machine used to be the preferred vernacular to describe connected devices, which relied on modest cellular connectivity needs to maintain equipment and ensure proper functionality. Fast-forward to 2019, and now...

Last updated: Feb 13, 2019   4:41 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      5G, cellular IoT, DAS
Clarifying the UC Vision

Blog  Unified Communications is still in its infancy more or less. Vendors are still fighting to define what UC even is, and to declare their stake in the industry. Some vendors are traditional voice or network infrastructure hardware vendors that are trying to extend into software and application integra...

Last updated: Dec 21, 2008   5:57 PM GMT  |  Blog: Unified Communications: Click to talk
Barracuda storage swims with hardware, software upgrades

Blog  Customers of Barracuda Networks just received some welcome news. In tandem with an upcoming software release, the backup specialist gave a 25% capacity boost to one of its midrange disk-based Barracuda storage appliances and lowered list prices on two high-end models. Barracuda Backup software vers...

Last updated: Sep 10, 2016   5:21 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup
Is mainframe management getting simpler?

Blog  According to data from The Aberdeen Group, IT organizations running newer mainframe hardware are less intimidated by complexity than shops running older versions of big iron. Russ Klein, VP and technology research director at Aberdeen said calling the mainframe simple might be an overstatement, bu...

Last updated: Oct 11, 2010   8:41 PM GMT  |  Blog: Mainframe Propeller Head
Nexenta eyes object, VSAN, orchestration

Blog  ZFS storage veteran Nexenta is moving into the crowded object storage market. Nexenta this week revealed plans for NexentaEdge as part of its strategy to expand beyond its NexentaStor software that runs on commodity hardware and takes advantage of open-source ZFS. Unlike NexentaStor, the vendor ha...

Last updated: Aug 21, 2014   3:21 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup   |      Object storage, Storage
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Answer   also i must tell that when i instaled this windows 6.5 i didnt put the same loader,but i put,OSC_premium_buld, i dont know_2310....,sorry i dont rememer,and then my phone was in a servis,but he told me that i must reinstal my phone,and however tne phone is not faulty,and told me nothing about hardw...

Last updated: Sep 2, 2012   2:07 PM GMT   |    GSM
Wireless Security.

Blog  One member of the the Q and A website posted a question recently: Wireless Security on a Belkin Router This got me thinking about how many times I have seen huge lists of open access points from my mobile devices. It would appear that even with simplified web based GUI interfaces that a lot of hom...

Last updated: Aug 12, 2010   4:21 PM GMT  |  Blog: Packet Blog   |      Networking, Security, Wireless
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