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Top 5 SPIT Trends to Look For at MWC

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dcawrey
dcawrey
2/27/2014 2:23:14 PM
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Re: Your post speaks of more virtualized network and how it will change datacenters
I agree with @kmikeh. As anyone who has worked with an ESX host or something similar you kind of get that aha moment. 

You're going to see the same thing with NFV. I have not had hands-on experience with NFV but it will be exciting to see how it develops over the next few years. 

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geek
geek
2/27/2014 10:52:16 AM
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Re: Good topics
"The problem is that classifications play a major role in determining which data is mobile, consumer or enterprise etc"

@Brian: I don't think classification of data is a major issue. You can analyze the patterns related to where the traffic is going and classify accordingly. There's a considerable difference in traffice patterns for consumers and enterprise and a rough estimate can be calculated.

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Brian Dean
Brian Dean
2/25/2014 2:23:47 PM
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Re: Good topics
Geek, the pace at which mobile devices are progressing makes me think that the tipping point could be reached in 3 years time or it could have already happened. The problem is that classifications play a major role in determining which data is mobile, consumer or enterprise etc.

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geek
geek
2/23/2014 10:48:06 AM
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Re: Good topics
"As more content, services and tools begin to appear on the mobile device, mobile data needs will become huge hence, it is reasonable to plan in advantage to gain more revenue down the road. "

@Brian: I recently read a report that predicted about how mobile data may equal internet traffic via ISPs (if not more) in the next 5 years. Given the pace at which many countries are embracing 3G and 4G, it may seem like a reasonable prediction.

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Brian Dean
Brian Dean
2/22/2014 1:28:38 PM
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Re: Good topics
Good point, the enterprise itself has some of these tools deployed for instance by using big data analysis they know that most systems they build needs to be built with the vision of "mobile first". As more content, services and tools begin to appear on the mobile device, mobile data needs will become huge hence, it is reasonable to plan in advantage to gain more revenue down the road. 

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Brian Dean
Brian Dean
2/22/2014 1:19:39 PM
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Re: Your post speaks of more virtualized network and how it will change datacenters
@kmikeh, exactly and this conflicts with the need to act quickly vs. taking time to truly understand the cost and work involved to deploy a new system. Once all the work is compete, new systems do offer a level of efficiently that could not even be imagined from the old system.

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geek
geek
2/21/2014 7:46:07 AM
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Re: Your post speaks of more virtualized network and how it will change datacenters
"Virtual networking is another step in that evolution of datacenter function and technology."

@kmikeh: I think it's much more than that given the advantages virtual networking has. The impact of it will be there inside the data center as it makes the management of the network much easier, but even outside the data center it will help in laying out the network much quicker and in diagnosing and fixing issues at a much faster pace.

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geek
geek
2/21/2014 7:35:21 AM
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Good topics
The topics chosen for the MWC seem really exciting. Not only are they interesting areas but these represent most of the research that's being done in the areas of enterprise IT and communication. This seems a really good opportunity for someone who's around the area to attend the MWC.

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kmikeh
kmikeh
2/19/2014 6:58:27 AM
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Re: Your post speaks of more virtualized network and how it will change datacenters
@Razia, Absolutely planning is key. It is so much easier to do a deployment with adequate bandwidth and resources than it is to implement something underpowered and then have to correct yoru assumptions while generating frustration among those who are using your underpowered "solution".

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Razia
Razia
2/18/2014 8:05:54 AM
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Re: Your post speaks of more virtualized network and how it will change datacenters
There is no doubt that virtualization would leave an overwhelmed effect in the coming times. But its really essential that requirements are aptly anticipated so that necessary alterations infrastructure could be made in time. Big data analytics, SDN and NFV would permeate in the working of almost all business enterprises. 

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