LAN / Local area network stories
Fortinet launches Wi-Fi 7 integrated secure networking solution
Fortinet unveils the industry's first integrated, Wi-Fi 7 secure networking solution, offering increased speed, capacity, and enterprise-grade AI-powered security.
HammondCare bolsters IT infrastructure with Paessler PRTG's proactive monitoring
Australia's HammondCare upgrades IT infrastructure with Paessler's proactive monitoring, streamlining aged-care service provision.
Renesas to acquire IoT company Sequans through tender offer
The acquisition will enable Renesas to extend its IoT solution offerings and expand its reach in the WAN, LAN, and PAN market.
Extreme Networks named leader in Enterprise Wired and Wireless LAN Infrastructure fourth year running
Extreme Networks recognized as a Leader by Gartner in the Magic Quadrant for Wired and Wireless LAN Infrastructure for the fourth consecutive year.
Aruba marks 15 years as Leader in W/LAN Magic Quadrant
The HPE company was furthest in Vision of all vendors in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Wired and Wireless LAN Access Infrastructure.
Juniper Networks & Netcracker roll out enterprise service automation offering
Juniper Networks and Netcracker Technology have developed an automation solution for network management, supporting service providers and enterprise customers.
CommScope named Gartner Customers’ Choice for LAN tech
Ruckus by CommScope is Gartner Peer Insights' 2020 Customers' Choice for LAN Access.
Rough times ahead for networking market
Dell'Oro reports forecast a dip in network market with Wi-Fi 6 as the beacon of hope.
New QNAP appliance adds device monitoring to intranet
The QWU-100 can be used to perform Wake-on-LAN (WoL), Wake-on-WAN (WoW), and device monitoring across the LAN.
Aruba introduces integrated SD-WAN, LAN and security solution
Branch operators face increased complexity and inefficiencies with different tools for managing the network and security from different vendors.
APAC committee launched to bring passive optical LAN benefits to APAC
Member companies range from manufacturers, distributors, integrators and consulting companies across the globe.
Cavium announces optimized programmable Ethernet switches
Targeted at the largest segment of the data center market, the XP70 family of programmable Ethernet switch devices scale from 1Tbps to 1.8Tbps.
Cisco, D-Link lead as Indian networking market sees mixed fortunes
LAN networking revenues are up, WLAN revenues are down. So who's winning the market share - and what's driving the changes?.
Brocade tackles campus data demand with new offerings
New Brocade offerings add the ability to mix different switches in a single stack, offering Kiwi resellers plenty of benefits.
Snap: Everything affects the network
Cloud services offer proven benefits to New Zealand businesses seeking greater economies of scale and agility.
Expanding Alcatel-Lucent gains shares across three markets
Alcatel-Lucent outshines rivals in LAN, WLAN, Data Center markets for the third quarter, growing at double-digit rates.
We need to talk about the network
Is your network able to cope with the massive amounts of data being transmitted?.
Channeling storage for maximum efficiency
Explaining WAN optimisation to clients isn’t always easy. Ian Raper, regional director ANZ, Riverbed Technology, gives some pointers.
Adversity Gaming announces fundraising LAN for Christchurch
Local gaming community does its bit for those affected by the Canterbury earthquake, with the proceeds of an upcoming LAN going to the relief effort.
A Mind of its own
Wireless printers, emailed print commands and cloud hosted print jobs – what’s to be gained from these advances in printer intelligence? We ask Canon’s Country Manager, Mike Johnston to explain the trends.
Wired for unified comms
Unifi ed communications requires a well-planned network platform to be successful.
An Important Voice
There are four major factors to consider when installing a VoIP solution for small and medium enterprises.
Working the network
Over the last 20 years we have seen the positive impact of multiprotocol data networks and also voice, video and data consolidation.
The fundamentals of digital signage revolve around simple yet reliable delivery of content to one or more screens in local or remote locations – all the rest is just bling and frills that may or may not be useful.