Tag: bandwidth


Is Your Stadium Smart Enough for Game Day?

On game day, the sweat should be pouring down the faces of the athletes on the field, not from the worried brows of the hospitality industry’s multi-tasking technical teams. Yet today’s fans are demanding ever more unique and immersive end-to-end … Read more…


Need Bandwidth? Ride the Wave(length)!

Data is growing at a staggering pace. Every year the stats astound us. In 2013, reports indicated 90 percent of the world’s information had been generated in just two years. Today, Google receives more than 4 million search queries per … Read more…


Advancing in the Gigabit Economy

The IT sector is having one of its periodic moments of congruity and clarity, where seemingly disparate trends come together and form the basis for accelerated change.Several key technologies have matured and created a nexus of rapid innovation: High-performance/low-cost bandwidth, … Read more…

Ready for Kickoff: Next-Gen Tech for the Broncos’ 2014 Season

The roar of the crowd. The lights on the field. The call of the quarterback. Attending a football game can be a thrilling experience. For many fans, the only thing that can improve the experience is a fast and reliable … Read more…

Top 10 SXSW IT Talks for Business Leaders

South by Southwest Interactive, the annual gathering in Austin, Texas, of thousands of business, technology, marketing, and creative professionals to learn, share, network, and, well, party, starts Friday.

This year, topics important to business and IT leaders, such as Big Data, mobility, the Internet of Things, and wearable technology, will all have a big role in the conference, with various sessions devoted to exploring the technologies behind them, as well as important use cases for enterprises.

To make your SXSW planning easier, we’ve compiled a list of 10 of the most important sessions for enterprise technology leaders like you to attend. Read more…

Cringe Protection: Bandwidth On Demand Can Ease Unexpected Cloud Costs

For organizations considering cloud implementation or changes to their current providers, options for quality, scalability, and affordability abound. One feature gaining traction is flexibility when it comes to bandwidth, specifically, bandwidth on demand (BoD).

A recent study by Vanson Bourne finds that with many of the surveyed European enterprises indicating a strong interest in Network-as-a-Service, the need for a more cost-effective connectivity model to support the bandwidth requirements of cloud-based IT services becomes more apparent.

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