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What is SD-WAN and Why Should SMBs Pay Attention to It?

Enterprises are living and working in an era of software-defined everything. From flexible on-demand cloud connectivity right through to agile backup solutions, businesses are re-imagining the way they build out…

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Can Business Data Networks and the Internet Really Handle COVID-19 Related Traffic?

All around the world, people have been quarantining and working from home because of the on-going Covid-19 pandemic. If you are regularly accessing the internet, like many others, you may…

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‘Hybrid’ Quantum Networking Demonstrated for First Time

By exploiting the wave-and-particle-like nature of light, a new technique offers the best of both worlds In a world’s first, researchers in France and the U.S. have performed a pioneering experiment demonstrating “hybrid” quantum networking.

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Inside network automation trends

A major, but often overlooked, bottleneck that holds bandwidth-hungry applications back is the one caused by outdated network infrastructure and routing systems. Too much networking infrastructure is still manually maintained and managed,

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Test and reveiw of 4 Wi-Fi 6 routers: Who's the fastest?

We tested Wi-Fi 6 routers from Aerohive, Cisco, EnGenius and Meraki to find out whether these access points deliver on the promise of better throughput from the latest Wi-Fi standard

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Smart network upgrades to consider before the next pandemic

COVID-19 is driving enterprises to evaluate technologies that can improve network availability and agility, such as SD-WAN, secure access service edge (SASE), intent-based networking (IBN), and network automation.

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Five Networking Keys to Successful Working from Home

Network news, trend analysis, product testing and the industry’s most important blogs, all collected at the most popular network watering hole on the Internet.

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Project OWL: IoT trying to hold connectivity together in disasters

IoT devices configured in a wireless mesh network can be quickly deployed to provide basic connections when natural disasters knock out traditional communications links.