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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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Open Networking: The death of proprietary solutions?

Open Networking: The death of proprietary solutions?

The grim reaper is on the horizon for proprietary solutions with open networking the scythe that breaks the chains… Read article

Open Networking: The death of proprietary solutions?

The grim reaper is on the horizon for proprietary solutions with open networking the scythe that breaks the chains… The grim reaper is on the horizon for proprietary solutions with open networking the scythe that breaks the chains…

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[PRESS RELEASE] Big Switch Achieves Nutanix AHV Integrated Networking Designation

[PRESS RELEASE] Big Switch Achieves Nutanix AHV Integrated Networking Designation

Big Cloud Fabric Delivers VPC-style Networking For Nutanix Enterprise Cloud; Announces Enterprise-ready Solution Bundle from EPS Global Read article

[PRESS RELEASE] Big Switch Achieves Nutanix AHV Integrated Networking Designation

Big Cloud Fabric Delivers VPC-style Networking For Nutanix Enterprise Cloud; Announces Enterprise-ready Solution Bundle from EPS Global Big Cloud Fabric Delivers VPC-style Networking For Nutanix Enterprise Cloud; Announces Enterprise-ready Solution Bundle from EPS Global

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EPS Global named among the Silicon Review's “50 Best Companies to Watch”

EPS Global named among the Silicon Review's “50 Best Companies to Watch”

NEW JERSEY & DUBLIN, IRELAND— September 17th 2018Almost two decades of systematic growth has earned IT component distributor, EPS Global, a place on The Silicon Review's 2018 list of the 50 Best Companies to Watch. The award acknowledges EPS Global's significant contributions to the data center industry, including a customer-centric approach, wide geographical footprint and the provision of innovative product bundles.

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EPS Global named among the Silicon Review's “50 Best Companies to Watch”

NEW JERSEY & DUBLIN, IRELAND— September 17th 2018Almost two decades of systematic growth has earned IT component distributor, EPS Global, a place on The Silicon Review's 2018 list of the 50 Best Companies to Watch. The award acknowledges EPS Global's significant contributions to the data center industry, including a customer-centric approach, wide geographical footprint and the provision of innovative product bundles.

NEW JERSEY & DUBLIN, IRELAND— September 17th 2018Almost two decades of systematic growth has earned IT component distributor, EPS Global, a place on The Silicon Review's 2018 list of the 50 Best Companies to Watch. The award acknowledges EPS Global's significant contributions to the data center industry, including a customer-centric approach, wide geographical footprint and the provision of innovative product bundles.


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[Full Interview] Silicon Review talks to Mick Mc Carthy, CEO EPS Global

[Full Interview] Silicon Review talks to Mick Mc Carthy, CEO EPS Global

Companies today have a common challenge: Addressing their growing business needs while building an agile, automated, and programmable data center. As a result, an increasing number of IT organizations are starting to adopt a Software-Defined architecture as a means of transforming their legacy data centers into an IT as a Service model.

EPS Global is the SDDC (Software-Defined Data Center) Distributor of choice globally for IT, Automotive, Financial Services, IoT, Medical, Defense, Media & Broadcast, and Utilities industries. Read article

[Full Interview] Silicon Review talks to Mick Mc Carthy, CEO EPS Global

Companies today have a common challenge: Addressing their growing business needs while building an agile, automated, and programmable data center. As a result, an increasing number of IT organizations are starting to adopt a Software-Defined architecture as a means of transforming their legacy data centers into an IT as a Service model.

EPS Global is the SDDC (Software-Defined Data Center) Distributor of choice globally for IT, Automotive, Financial Services, IoT, Medical, Defense, Media & Broadcast, and Utilities industries.
Companies today have a common challenge: Addressing their growing business needs while building an agile, automated, and programmable data center. As a result, an increasing number of IT organizations are starting to adopt a Software-Defined architecture as a means of transforming their legacy data centers into an IT as a Service model.

EPS Global is the SDDC (Software-Defined Data Center) Distributor of choice globally for IT, Automotive, Financial Services, IoT, Medical, Defense, Media & Broadcast, and Utilities industries.

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