Enterprise

All Enterprise Videos:

  • Technology companies are facing unprecedented change while trying to remain relevant to their enterprise partners. Global information and technology consultant Erik Viens discusses what key areas tech companies should be focused on right now.

  • Blockchain technology has attained buzzworthy status. But beyond bitcoin, what are blockchain and distributed ledgers, and how will they impact the broader communications landscape? Brian Behlendorf, Executive Director of Hyperledger, a Linux Foundation Project, walks us through the technology as it is used now, and how it will be implemented in enterprise use cases moving forward.

  • With Corning's acquisition of SpiderCloud, they are focused on helping enterprises with their communications strategies. Bill Cune, Vice President of Wireless Market Development of Corning discusses SpiderCloud, its integration with the Corning ONE system, and how the two are driving robust communications in the enterprise as well as large public venues.

  • Corning’s Manager of Data Center Global Market Development, David Hessong, tells TIA NOW about some of the recent changes between enterprise and hyperscale data centers, and what challenges industry is having as we move to optics for 100G and beyond.

  • TIA NOW spoke with Shamus McGillicuddy, Senior Analyst of Network Management at Enterprise Management Associates, about the impact NFV is having not only telcos and service providers, but also the enterprise.

  • Mike Collado, Vice President of Marketing for SOLiD tells TIA NOW how the middleprise represents the line of demarcation where wireless operators will no longer fund in- building systems. Collado says this change in the industry means a clear shift for SOLiD’s market focus, moving towards the middleprise and investing in outdoor DAS and transport technologies, bringing connectivity closer to the handset through edge densification.

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    As the demand for cloud services grows, service providers move away from the theory of cloud technologies and move towards creating real world software centric network platforms that can service their enterprise customers. Paul Obsitnik, Vice President of Service Provider Marketing at Juniper Networks tells TIA NOW how infrastructure as a service, platform as a service and security as a service are just a few of the services that service providers can offer.

  • What is the solution to your migration towards next generation speeds? If 40/100G is what we all want, then maximum fiber density and reduced cable congestion are how we can all get there. Join TIA NOW as they speak with executives in the industry about the best path to 100G speeds.