Posts Tagged ‘Enterasys’
Cisco’s predictions about the incoming wave of mobile traffic and mobility demands paints a picture of what the channel will look like in the next coming years. If partner’s aren’t gearing up for the cloud services market, the infrastructure technology space will be the next big space to demand trusted advisors.
Cisco launchesStadiumVision Mobile, a live wireless video delivery platform that links into the Cisco Connected Stadium platform, providing live interactive content to sports fans in large-scale stadium environments. Cisco’s efforts reveal a larger story about the growing need for advanced wireless infrastructure.
Cisco updates its Unified Wireless Network Software to version 7.4, offering a wide range of wireless-centric solutions that enable solution providers to ready themselves for mobile computing needs that are fast overtaking traditional compute paradigms across the SMB and enterprise.
Enterasys doubles-down on its wireless strategy with a channel program boost built around its IdentiFi WAN technology. Meraki prepares its access points for wide scalability and more sophisticated BYOD demands. Both vendors are on track to capture the rising demand mobility brings upon company infrastructure.
Enterasys continues to bolster its wireless networking capabilities with IdentiFi, a new wireless solution set that is designed for “hyper-dense” wireless deployments that can accommodate any size enterprise environment. With mobility on the rise, wireless infrastructure is a smart place for partners to specialize.
Enterasys will likely get a bigger foot in the door in the public sector after forging a partnership with government liaison immixGroup. The move promises to ease the way for partners’ expanding mobility niches with federal and other government customers.
The migration from IPv4 to IPv6 has been simultaneously hyped up and ignored, but what’s the real deal? According to Enterasys’ Dan Dulac, a true migration to IPv6 may not happen until there’s a sudden precipitous change that demands it.
As the BYOD phenomenon becomes commonplace in the channel, it’s imperative channel partners know where solutions are most needed and what solutions hold the most promise. Vertical markets like health care and education represent BYOD opportunities that could be bigger than the enterprise.
Brocade’s recent shakeup of its sales team shows an aggressive company that seeks to expand its channel and market presence quickly, especially against rivals like Cisco and Juniper.
At Enterasys SuperDrive 2012, partners are buzzing about the OneFabric networking portfolio while Enterasys celebrates its growth in the marketplace. Is Enterasys a rising star on the networking scene?