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Future Tech: Where Will Telephony Be in Two Years?

Right now, there are two clear trends that will continue to shape business telephony into the next two years: Internet protocol (IP)-based communications and mobility. Download this concise executive brief to get an expert's take on voice over IP (VoIP), IPv6, converged networks, and more. Read More

2014 Trends in ERP Convergence

In 2013, we were bombarded with what industry observers were calling big trends in enterprise software: software as a service (SaaS), prevalence of mobile devices, and consumerization of IT. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) was not immune to these trends. In this report, anticipated trends are explored in ERP convergence and goals, challenges, and performance of ERP implementations are investigated. Read More

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Voice over IP Reliability

We all know that computers, generally speaking, have not been as reliable as phones. And the fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) surrounding voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) has been, in some cases, justified. However, for VoIP the question now is not whether reliability can be achieved, but rather how much reliability you can expect from the options available to you. Read More

IP Telephony: Project Definition Guide

You’ve determined the business rationale for embracing Internet protocol (IP) telephony as a strategy. Now it’s worth investing time in the project definition phase, since this will result in a clear statement of requirements that are in line with your objectives. However, how you define the project will depend on the needs of your business and your plans for convergence. Read More

Emerging Services for Wireless Carrier Networks--Design Abstract

The transition to IP A wireless carrier s national or regional next generation core network will be an all-IP network in the sense that IP will be the network layer (L3) protocol. MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching) will be the transport protocol for all IP-based services, applications, and control and management traffic in the network. Learn more in this white paper. Read More

Web-scale 101: From Hyper Convergence to Cloud Infrastructure

Learn the new approach to data center infrastructure and how it could influence your business.

Some questions this web-scale guide delves into include:
  • What is web-scale and what are its key characteristics?
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  • Are web-scale principles essential to designing hyper-converged solutions?
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