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Extreme Networks and Broadcom Partner to Bring Leading Solutions to Enterprise Customers

Extreme Networks and Broadcom Partner to Bring Leading Solutions to Enterprise Customers

Extreme Networks has announced that technology reseller Broadcom, Inc has selected Extreme as their preferred partner for enterprise campus networking solutions.

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Extreme Networks EMEA partner summit

At its EMEA partner summit in Athens, Extreme Networks has just made the following announcements:

$1·        Updates to the Extreme Partner Programme, including:

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Next Generation of Mobile Network Architecture.

SK Telecom and LG-Ericsson prepare 5G without SDN

Pressés par la nécessité de proposer un réseau de télécommunication toujours plus confronté à l’exigence des utilisateurs en matière de capacité comme de réactivité, les opérateurs se tournent vers le SDN et la virtualisation du réseau à leur tour après les datacenters et entreprises. C’est dans cet esprit que Ericsson-LG et SK Telecom entrent dans un partenariat de R&D afin de développer la future génération d’architecture du réseau mobile.

La coentreprise Ericsson et LG, et l’opérateur coréen vont intégrer et tester les technologies de SDN (Software Defined Network), NFV (Network Functions Virtualization) et cloud. Ces innovations visent à faciliter la gestion du réseau pour les administrateurs, notamment en matière d’automatisation du provisionnement, tout en ouvrant la promesse de nouveaux services pour les opérateurs. Avec, à la clé, des économies de coûts, tant sur la capitalisation que l’opérationnel.

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Internet of Things controls street lighting

An example of the Internet of Things (IoT) in action, is evident in the development of the latest wireless smart lighting control system, offering over  50% reduction in power consumption compared to existing smart lighting systems  along with enhanced reliability, improved radio range and class leading metering accuracy. The new MK3 design is now available and shipping in volume, with the Zigbee based solution already qualified for sale in North America.

This project was fulfilled by TTP and Mayflower.

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POE Networking camera

Introducing PoE function of Network Camera (IP Camera).

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