Blog posts tagged with: Data Center

[VIDEO] INTERVIEW WITH CHRIS BIHARY, CEO & Co-founder - GARLAND TECHNOLOGY

[VIDEO] INTERVIEW WITH CHRIS BIHARY, CEO & Co-founder - GARLAND TECHNOLOGY

In this episode of the 'EPS Interviews Industry Titans' series we interview Chris Bihary, who heads up Garland and is a proliferate blogger himself. Chris comments on data center transformation over the past few years, Garland's USP and which market sectors are making most use of network TAPs.

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[VIDEO] INTERVIEW WITH CHRIS BIHARY, CEO & Co-founder - GARLAND TECHNOLOGY

In this episode of the 'EPS Interviews Industry Titans' series we interview Chris Bihary, who heads up Garland and is a proliferate blogger himself. Chris comments on data center transformation over the past few years, Garland's USP and which market sectors are making most use of network TAPs.

In this episode of the 'EPS Interviews Industry Titans' series we interview Chris Bihary, who heads up Garland and is a proliferate blogger himself. Chris comments on data center transformation over the past few years, Garland's USP and which market sectors are making most use of network TAPs.


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Open Networking: Life on the Edge

Open Networking: Life on the Edge

Gone are the halcyon days when explaining a concept like the edge of a network could be accomplished in a sentence or two. It could be described as a controlled boundary between two networks, or the point at which traffic exits the core, or even simply the entry and exit points to the network. These explanations, while somewhat correct in their summary, are about as useful in describing the carrier’s edge or edge computing as an ashtray on a motorbike.  Read article

Open Networking: Life on the Edge

Gone are the halcyon days when explaining a concept like the edge of a network could be accomplished in a sentence or two. It could be described as a controlled boundary between two networks, or the point at which traffic exits the core, or even simply the entry and exit points to the network. These explanations, while somewhat correct in their summary, are about as useful in describing the carrier’s edge or edge computing as an ashtray on a motorbike.  Gone are the halcyon days when explaining a concept like the edge of a network could be accomplished in a sentence or two. It could be described as a controlled boundary between two networks, or the point at which traffic exits the core, or even simply the entry and exit points to the network. These explanations, while somewhat correct in their summary, are about as useful in describing the carrier’s edge or edge computing as an ashtray on a motorbike. 

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6 reasons your network needs the SDN makeover

6 reasons your network needs the SDN makeover

SDN’s rise to prominence has shown all the similarities of a butterfly’s metamorphosis in its fledgling years. The first stage being the egg. The seed of the idea of what might be. The second stage is the caterpillar, or the feeding stage, when early adopters like Facebook beavered away tirelessly to turn the idea into something tangible. The third stage, the pupa, or the transition stage has just ended with SDN moving into every facet of networks. Finally, the adult stage is upon us. SDN is now ready to spread its wings, take flight outside the Data Center and show the world its true colours.

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6 reasons your network needs the SDN makeover

SDN’s rise to prominence has shown all the similarities of a butterfly’s metamorphosis in its fledgling years. The first stage being the egg. The seed of the idea of what might be. The second stage is the caterpillar, or the feeding stage, when early adopters like Facebook beavered away tirelessly to turn the idea into something tangible. The third stage, the pupa, or the transition stage has just ended with SDN moving into every facet of networks. Finally, the adult stage is upon us. SDN is now ready to spread its wings, take flight outside the Data Center and show the world its true colours.

SDN’s rise to prominence has shown all the similarities of a butterfly’s metamorphosis in its fledgling years. The first stage being the egg. The seed of the idea of what might be. The second stage is the caterpillar, or the feeding stage, when early adopters like Facebook beavered away tirelessly to turn the idea into something tangible. The third stage, the pupa, or the transition stage has just ended with SDN moving into every facet of networks. Finally, the adult stage is upon us. SDN is now ready to spread its wings, take flight outside the Data Center and show the world its true colours.


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[Video] Interview with George Tchaparian, CEO Edgecore Networks

[Video] Interview with George Tchaparian, CEO Edgecore Networks

In the latest in the 'EPS Interviews Industry Titans' series Ciara McCarthy interviews George Tchaparian who discusses the first logical steps when exploring whitebox solutions, and his predictions about when we should expect to see 200G & 400G deployed in the Data Center.

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[Video] Interview with George Tchaparian, CEO Edgecore Networks

In the latest in the 'EPS Interviews Industry Titans' series Ciara McCarthy interviews George Tchaparian who discusses the first logical steps when exploring whitebox solutions, and his predictions about when we should expect to see 200G & 400G deployed in the Data Center.

In the latest in the 'EPS Interviews Industry Titans' series Ciara McCarthy interviews George Tchaparian who discusses the first logical steps when exploring whitebox solutions, and his predictions about when we should expect to see 200G & 400G deployed in the Data Center.


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I Love Data Centers Podcast with EPS Global

I Love Data Centers Podcast with EPS Global

IT Components, SDN and The Irish Technology Boom

In this episode Tony Perri from Open Spectrum interviews Alan Fagan, who manages our North American operations, speaks candidly about SDN and the evolution of the Data Center industry, growth predictions and his Irish background. Worth a listen!

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I Love Data Centers Podcast with EPS Global

IT Components, SDN and The Irish Technology Boom

In this episode Tony Perri from Open Spectrum interviews Alan Fagan, who manages our North American operations, speaks candidly about SDN and the evolution of the Data Center industry, growth predictions and his Irish background. Worth a listen!

IT Components, SDN and The Irish Technology Boom

In this episode Tony Perri from Open Spectrum interviews Alan Fagan, who manages our North American operations, speaks candidly about SDN and the evolution of the Data Center industry, growth predictions and his Irish background. Worth a listen!


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Pushing Efficiency and Density in the Datacenter

Pushing Efficiency and Density in the Datacenter

David Ingersoll, SVP International Sales Penguin Computing

Full transcript of session at Datacenter Transformation 2016 presented by EPS Global, Frankfurt, October 20th 2016

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Pushing Efficiency and Density in the Datacenter

David Ingersoll, SVP International Sales Penguin Computing

Full transcript of session at Datacenter Transformation 2016 presented by EPS Global, Frankfurt, October 20th 2016

David Ingersoll, SVP International Sales Penguin Computing

Full transcript of session at Datacenter Transformation 2016 presented by EPS Global, Frankfurt, October 20th 2016


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