First Mile Wireless provides integrated, high-speed connectivity that extends the office experience out to oil and gas fields,creating the platform for advanced sense-and respond capabilities that enhance asset productivity and optimization.
This paper explores the capabilities of unified communications and provides examples of how exploration and production companies use convergence in communications to best advantage to allow data, voice, and video collaboration between experts and explore the value that it brings.
Published By: Comstor
Published Date: Jan 29, 2013
Click is an easy to use, on-demand application designed to help resellers like you capture more SMARTnet renewal opportunities. When you register for Click, you’ll be automatically alerted of all upcoming renewal opportunities 90 days before expiry.
Published By: Cloudian
Published Date: Jun 08, 2015
With the massive growth of data from IOT to collaboration to compliance, end users are demanding low cost, flexible, easy to scale, and simple to manage datacenter storage solutions. Software-defined object storage delivers on these demands by capitalizing on industry standard x86 infrastructure and storage technologies to deploy more economic and manageable storage solutions compared to legacy storage architectures in existence today. Combined with Cisco’s world class Unified Compute System (Cisco UCS), Cloudian’s HyperStore Software-defined enables Enterprises to efficiently meet their growing data needs and rapidly respond to business demands.
Published By: Gigamon
Published Date: Oct 15, 2015
NetFlow was introduced on Cisco routers as a way to monitor packets as they enter and exit networking device interfaces in
order to gain insight and resolve congestion. Typical information contained in a NetFlow record reveals traffic source and destination as well as protocol or application, time stamps, and number of packets. Although NetFlow was initially not on a standards track, it has now been superseded by the Internet Protocol Flow Information eXport (IPFIX), which is based on the NetFlow Version 9 implementation, and is on the IETF standards track with RFC 5101, RFC 5102.
Smart services are transforming traditional service models in a way that not only lead to bigger profit potential, but also elevates the role of the solution provider as a trusted advisor. Learn how to add "smart" to your services business.
The Cisco® Secure Network Foundation solution consists of switching, routing, and security devices in multiple validated and tested configurations. Highlighted in this solution profile are network configurations that range from the smallest networking need to full-function networks with integrated voice and video capability.
When a small business needs to expand its phone system, or its old system is no longer supported by the vendor, alternatives such as voice over IP (VoIP) become attractive. However, the costs and perceived complexities of such solutions often hold the business back.
The Cisco® Unified Communications 300 (UC300) Series was built specifically to provide a cost-effective unified communications solution to small businesses, without the additional costs associated with most traditional and VoIP solutions.
In this overview on the Cisco UC 300 series, see how you can help your customers with their business communications needs.
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From the order station to the kitchen and everywhere in between, Intel-based technology solutions are providing today’s restaurants and food service companies with new ways to deliver better customer experiences while keeping costs under control.
Digital Signs are now so common that people take them for granted. They help you drop off your children at school, locate the right gate at the airport, decide what to order for lunch, or find out what’s on sale at your favorite retailer. They provide information, increase sales, keep people safe or simply offer a welcome and entertaining distraction. Any business that wants smart, cost-effective communications with customers, prospects, visitors or employees, digital signs are the way to go.
Point-of-Sale (POS) Systems: intelligent, connected, versatile solutions that provide a full range of sales and payment processing capabilities—and much more. POS systems are a critical “touchpoint” for today’s retailers—a location where the opportunity exists not simply to complete a transaction, but enhance the customer relationship and streamline the business. POS systems today can play a role in marketing, pricing, and inventory control.
Good security has long been a business requirement, but traditional security and video surveillance solutions—with their grainy imagery and limited archiving and indexing capabilities—often fall short of expectations for quality, performance and return on investment. Now new digital capabilities are transforming video surveillance, opening the door to smarter, more cost-effective and more versatile solutions. Intel®-based digital security surveillance (DSS) solutions help prevent losses, increase safety and enhance business performance.
Today, businesses large and small are investing in a new generation of digital touchpoints—digital signs, kiosks, POS (point-of-sale) solutions, vending machines, intelligent shelf labels and more—to engage customers, convey information and hopefully create a sale. Rely on Intel® Retail Client Manager (Intel® RCM) to manage digital content across consumer touchpoints, create valuable consumer experiences and sales opportunities.
Quickly see differences between brands like Avaya, Mitel, Cisco, ShoreTel, 8x8, Panasonic, etc and compare over 94 phone systems by 52 brands for small to big business. Our latest Spring 2010 edition of the chart also compares PBX and Business VoIP systems side by side so you can make an educated comparison of your options. This analysis is prepared in an easy to use Excel spreadsheet so you can edit and add information to suit your analysis and presentation needs.
So what lessons can operators learn from the past experience with server virtualization? Beware of merely shifting costs from capital to operating expenditures. Be selective in virtualizing the right resources and functions driven by the business need, and not the technology lure.
Software-defined Networking (SDN) im WAN bietet die Möglichkeit, durch höhere Betriebseffizienz, schnellere Erstellung von Services sowie differenzierte und personalisierte Netzwerk-Services die Kosten zu senken