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What is 25 Gigabit Ethernet and why would you want it?

July 24th, 2014 | Marten Terpstra | No Comments

In the past few weeks you may have seen several press releases and articles talking about 25 Gbit Ethernet. Just when you got used to ethernet speeds being a nice decimal based system where we simply add zeros every few years, someone threw in 40GbE a few years ago. And that’s ok, powers of two […]

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Open Platforms Fuel Startup Ecosystems

By Ron Miller, TechCrunch

June 27, 2014

We reached out to over one hundred industry experts and asked, “What don’t people understand about the costs of operating a network but should?” Here’s a collection of our favorite advice. – See more at: http://blogs.cio.com/network/18623/20-ways-reduce-operational-costs-your-network-its-too-late#sthash.hH16KXIS.0Ob1SBIN.dpuf

 

Companies face an inherent tension between being open or proprietary, but we’ve seen, again and again, that open systems can act as catalysts for entirely new businesses built on top of a popular platform…Michael Bushong, vice president of marketing at Plexxi says this community aspect is particularly important because it drives people to contribute and be a part of something bigger. “Another major shift that has been going on in the business world generally (and the technology world specifically) is a movement towards community. This is particularly strong in some parts of the development community. Giving back is a source of pride for many people,” he said. He believes this is driven in part by social media and the desire to build a personal brand, and being a part of open source increases your profile and leads to community recognition. “Because the tech community tends to laud its open source contributors, there are personal drivers behind open source participation. And that branding extends to the companies that employ these people, which makes corporations more likely to not only support but actively staff open source initiatives,” Bushong said.

We reached out to over one hundred industry experts and asked, “What don’t people understand about the costs of operating a network but should?” – See more at: http://blogs.cio.com/network/18623/20-ways-reduce-operational-costs-your-network-its-too-late#sthash.hH16KXIS.0Ob1SBIN.dpuf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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