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PRODUCT ANALYSIS: In health care, where the workstations-on-wheels (WOWs) that clinicians use are thin-client terminals running Citrix VDI, some consistent issues have surfaced. Nyansa has come up with a new solution for these connectivity-based problems.
NETWORKING TREND ANALYSIS: In discussions with IT pros, eWEEK's Zeus Kerravala finds that network segmentation is a little like going to the gym--where everyone talks about it but very few actually do it.
eWEEK IT SCIENCE: The challenge was transferring data at distances of 2km to 6km from the central data center under extremely harsh conditions (temperatures range from 8F to -100F buried under a meter of snow) at the Askaryan Radio Array located at the South Pole. The scientists needed a new...
The network security startup emerges from stealth with a service that looks to provide more network packet level visibility to organizations, to detect and then block potential DDoS attacks.
NEWS ANALYSIS: New satellites are aimed at low-latency broadband, IoT and voice communications using relatively low-cost terminals and equipment and providing improved speeds. The Iridium Certus 9770, which is about the size of an iPhone X, can be used for pretty much any type of data an IoT...
Protecting against potentially malicious activity by internet of things devices is a challenge that Extreme Networks wants to help solve with its Defender for IoT technology.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Advocates for both sides of the net neutrality debate met in a Washington courtroom for over five hours to argue whether the FCC had acted properly when it classified the internet.
The PaaS service aims to provide a platform to allow developers and vendors to create a secure pathway for IoT device connectivity.
NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS: IBN is the solution that can solve many of new problems that have cropped up in new-gen networking. The vision of a self-operating network may seem like science fiction, but it’s necessary for long-term IoT success.
TREND ANALYSIS: During the next several years, the IT industry will see a rise IBN vendors; some that address part of the solution and others that are end to end.