Mobility Field Day 2017 events will be held July 25th-26th in Silicon Valley. Additionally, a Tech Field Day Extra Event at Cisco Live on June 26th-28th will touch on mobility centric topics.
Dominick Pickhardt of Network Autobahn comments: Avaya has announced a new product wich is called ONA Open Network Adapter. It is an small form factor SDN Adapter wich is based on Open vSwitch. It is designed to bring plug-n-play connectivity for network devices. Basically Avaya is saying that you bring an ONA adapater for example […]
Jake Snyder of Transmit Failure writes: I know there are a few delegates out there who weren’t overly enthusiastic about Avaya’s very network-centric presentation and wanted to “Get to the Wi-Fi.” But one thing we sometimes forget is that there is no Wi-Fi without the underlying network for that data to run on. I honestly […]
Sam Clements of SC-WiFi comments: After hearing about Avaya’s wireless portfolio recently, I kept coming back around to a common thread that seemed so entrenched in the core of their solution — SDN. Admittedly I’m not a Data Center or Applications kind of guy, but Avaya has an interesting take on positioning their wireless portfolio. […]
Peter Paul Engelen of The Dutch Wifi Fella comments: ..a few weeks to go before I am heading up to San Jose, California, USA…seeing some old friends and newbies at Wireless Field Day #7.. Aruba and Cisco are not new to me because I met them during WFD#4 in February 2013. New to me during […]
John Herbert of Lame Journal comments: When I wrote about TRILL a while back I also mentioned Shortest Path Bridging (SPB) in passing, with the intent to write a post on it. As it turns out, I never got round to it (oops), but at that point the big players were either saying they weren’t […]
Robert Novak of RSTS11 writes: First, I’m looking forward to meeting some Twitterverse friends, and maybe a Twitter-averse friend or two, as well as contacts I’ve made at my conferences last year. I will be dropping in on the Interop HQ and Social Media Command Center to see how the UBM team handles social media […]
Edward Haletky of The Virtualization Practice writes: Recently, I had the opportunity to talk about the shortest path bridging (SPB) protocol with Avaya while at Interop. This conversation was one of many with networking companies. While SPB is a very interesting protocol, my questions were about how deep into the virtual environment the protocol extends. […]
Double dip bad news from Brad Casemore: Avaya is still not showing anymore signs of growth and HP is looking at even more cuts. It’s depressing to see two storied companies struggling like this.