Drew Lentz of Wireless Nerd comments:
Interop 2016 has hit the halfway point. We have a couple more days left of sessions but I wanted to jot down some thoughts on the show.The one thing that is undeniable is that Interop has changed. Tom Hollingsworth wrote an article questioning if Interop was dead or if there was still life in it. Does the notion of interoperability still exist in the networking world and is it something that needs to be addressed with a conference? Has the show become just a place for a bunch of nerds to get together and look at some cool tech? What is the point of Interop in 2016?
Drew nails the thoughts that I couldn’t put words to in my own post. Interop isn’t just about connecting tech now. It’s about connecting people.
Read more at: Interop @ 30: It’s Still About Working Together
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