ORLANDO, Fla. Feb. 28, 2011 Enterprise Connect Feb. 28-Mar. 3rd Orlando, Florida
Expectations of the network have changed. With explosive growth in mobility driven by increasing diversity in the number and breadth of tablets, smartphones and media expected to continue, the burden on IT continues to increase. The network has to converge into a single platform that simplifies the user experience, automates tasks for IT, and enables the expansion and diversification of services.
Mobility is no longer relegated to the portability of devices connected to a wireless network. Mobility today means that the network must orchestrate the movement of people, machines and content connecting to it, while adding intelligence to events, policies and business processes.
Anywhere Networking Revolution Zeus Kerravala
The transition to network infrastructure serving the new mobile world will occur in a phased approach. Early phases deliver a converged wired and wireless enterprise edge, providing heightened awareness and control of individual users, devices and Virtual Machines (VMs). Subsequent phases extend that seamless user experience with intelligence and control from the network, into the cloud, and on to the 3G/4G mobile infrastructure.
Mark Cockshoot United Kingdom
Extreme Networks open network solution helps reset the traditional definition of network mobility – moving away from disparate overlay networks that may not be aligned to respond to the challenge that mobility presents. The company enables IT to deliver a higher quality user experience through:
- Open APIs
- Identity Manager appropriate controls and service policies
- Universal Port
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