Equipping a vehicle to be a mobile office is complex. The user's requirements for the many devices that need to be connected to a Vehicle Area Network (VAN), coupled with an ever-changing wide area networking environment can be challenging.
Motadata introduced a proactive network performance monitoring tool. It can be used to automatically discover network devices, interfaces, and applications to ensure complete visibility of IT infrastructure in a multi-vendor environment.
Partnership will provide critical services to markets often overlooked
December 9, 2020
Vyve Broadband deployed The Connected World platform by Connected2Fiber to automate the identification of Vyve’s total addressable market of serviceable buildings across the company’s unique rural footprint and communicate the information to its network partners.
Trials covered key vertical deployment scenarios and use cases
November 20, 2020
The trials, covering a range of different verticals and deployment scenarios, demonstrate the key capabilities of Wi-Fi 6 in live networks, establishing its readiness for carrier deployments around the world.
High-speed, secure cloud access for Hawaii businesses
October 6, 2020
This collaboration enables Hawaii businesses to extend their global reach with streamlined access to the world's largest cloud providers, including Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, Google Cloud, and other providers via a single port.
Introducing the Universal Connected Compute Service
October 1, 2020
The Universal Connected Compute Service simplifies networking, enabling intelligent edge application developers to innovate, and provides an operational structure built for the continuous compute paradigm in which apps are composed of distributed microservices, APIs, and databases, with the workloads processed on compute spanning many edges and clouds.
On Demand Data centers of today are rapidly transforming into data centers of tomorrow. The industry is evolving at both ends of the spectrum as it continues to increase its physical footprint while simultaneously decreasing its carbon footprint. Some data center campuses consist of several extremely large facilities, but decentralized networks that utilize small, on-site server rooms are also growing in popularity. And although there are still a lot of questions surrounding edge computing, it’s certainly not going anyway anytime soon.
On Demand As more organizations accelerate the pace of digital transformation, the importance of properly deploying and managing the physical networks that connect manufacturing and industrial environments to the rest of the organization intensifies. Deploying networks in edge locations such as warehouses, oil fields, refineries and roadsides presents a significant difference from the environmentally controlled data center environments that IT systems administrators are used to.