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Cisco Classic, Cisco ACI, Arista, and Dual Vendor Strategies

April 14th, 2014 | mike.bushong | 2 Comments

That networking gear is expensive is not really a new phenomenon. SDN and bare metal switching have kicked the industry dialogue about cost up a notch, but this has obviously been a focal point for networking buyers for years. And even though things like merchant silicon and software can help drive networking costs down, the […]

Plexxi Pulse: This Week in Networking

April 11th, 2014 | Mat Mathews | No Comments

This was a full week for us with three new blog posts heading to the Plexxi website from my colleagues Mike Bushong and Martin Terpstra. These blogs tackle everything from timing technological change appropriately; to something Mike calls “the free ice-cream phenomenon.” I highly recommend giving our three new posts a read before you head […]

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Different shades of invisible

April 10th, 2014 | Marten Terpstra | No Comments

We love analogies. No matter what the topic, analogies are a great way to explain something in a different context to make a specific point with a frame of reference that may be more familiar to those we are making a point to. There is one that seems to come back over and over again […]

DIY vs DIFY networking

April 9th, 2014 | mike.bushong | 6 Comments

There is probably never going to be a perfect balance in the industry between Do-it-yourself (DIY) and Do-it-for-you (DIFY) networking. It seems exceedingly unlikely that there is a one-size-fits-all type of solution out there. And so we will invariably end up with a bifurcated market that requires multiple solutions for its constituents. But if there […]

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