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With a solid WLAN foundation, Cisco continues to fill out its product line. The company is enhancing the value of the WLAN with location-based analytics and streamlining mobile application development.
Juniper’s MetaFabric architecture and its Contrail controller are driving the company’s networking strategy, but they’d be better off ditching QFabric for a more traditional approach that doesn’t suffer from limitations in performance and scale.
Microsoft continues its transformation into a device and services company, supporting multiple platforms and operating systems with cloud-based capabilities. However missing features and functionality shows that it still has work to do.
Enterprise Connect was not the launch pad for many new products this year, however it revealed key themes that are shaping the market beyond mere dial-tone and phones. This advisory specifies the trends that emerged from the Orlando conference.
The 2014 Interop event in Las Vegas has plenty of sessions and events as well as a full expo floor to explore.
Cisco’s Aironet 2700 packs a 3x4 MIMO with ClientLink 3.0 and CleanAir into an entry level access point. Aimed small to mid-sized offices, the Aironet 2700 will take over the role of the Aironet 2600.
HP confirms the mobility convergence trend between MEAP and management, releasing a significant ALM version in which HP Anywhere mobile app platform activities can be managed.
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