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Tech Bytes: Why Wi-Fi 6E Is Off To A Fast Start (Sponsored)

Original Post Read More Today on Tech Bytes podcast we talk with Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, about the evolution of Wi-Fi standards, why Aruba is seeing the fast take-up of Wi-Fi 6E, practical enhancements in 6E, and what to expect with Wi-Fi 7. The post Tech Bytes: Why

Heavy Networking 626: Choosing The Right Silicon For The Job (Sponsored)

Original Post Read More Today’s Heavy Networking, sponsored by Juniper, dives into the custom vs. merchant silicon debate. Juniper makes the case for its Trio 6 ASIC in MX routers. We get into the specifics of Trio 6 capabilities, examine the needs of the multi-service edge, and discuss the technology

Day Two Cloud 142: OpenZiti Serves Up Zero Trust For Applications (Sponsored)

Original Post Read More Today’s Day Two Cloud episode bites into OpenZiti, an open-source project that brings zero trust principles to networks and applications. OpenZiti builds an overlay network to enforce zero trust. It has several moving parts including edge routers, a controller, and SDKs. OpenZiti was created by NetFoundry,

Tech Bytes: An Introduction To Nokia’s Edge Network Controller (Sponsored)

Original Post Read More Today on the Tech Bytes podcast we talk with sponsor Nokia about its Edge Network Controller, a Kubernetes-based application that lets you configure switch hardware in edge cloud locations and support a NetOps environment for edge deployments. The post Tech Bytes: An Introduction To Nokia’s Edge

Network Break 377: AMD Buys Pensando; IBM Mainframe Marches On With z16

Original Post Read More This week’s Network Break discusses AMD’s $1.9 billion bid for Pensando, why Juniper is partnering with Synopsys on silicon photonics, a new application access control feature from Cato Networks, and a new mainframe from IBM and a new lawsuit against it. Plus more tech news! The

Heavy Networking 625: Home IoT Networking At Scale

Original Post Read More Today’s Heavy Networking dives into home IoT at scale. We’re going to get into the weeds with two network engineers who’ve gone way beyond lighting and a few smart plugs in their home automation setup. We’ll talk devices, protocols, security, and more. The post Heavy Networking

Tech Bytes: Building The Right Network Underlay With Singtel (Sponsored)

Original Post Read More On today’s Tech Bytes podcast, we discuss the importance of getting the underlay network architecture correct with sponsor Singtel. And we don’t mean just the circuits. We mean the management of the underlay as well. The post Tech Bytes: Building The Right Network Underlay With Singtel

Day Two Cloud 141: Developing Multicloud Fluency

Original Post Read More Today’s Day Two Cloud is a discussion about how to build your multicloud fluency. That is, having knowledge of, and competence in, more than one cloud. The short answer? Learn to code. That’s the position of our guest Forrest Brazeal, and he brings his justifications. The

Tech Bytes: Why Arelion Pushes For Open Optical Networks (Sponsored)

Original Post Read More Today on the Tech Bytes podcast we’re talking about disaggregated optical networks and what they mean for both customers and carriers when it comes to issues such as service delivery and cost. Our sponsor is Arelion. The post Tech Bytes: Why Arelion Pushes For Open Optical