Monthly Archives: June 2013


Virtual IP Increases WAN Flexibility   Recently updated !

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I had a chance to chat with Carl Weinschenk from IT Business Edger about Virtual IP, WAN virtualization and the other WAN management techniques that is shaping the trends in enterprise IT. Here is an excerpt: Weinschenk: So you are saying that the basic concept of virtualization can be applied to broadband capacity? Akin: If you have […]


Large web firms are charged 10s of millions of dollars in extra fees for faster Internet access – fair to Netflix?   Recently updated !

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Wall Street Journal today reported that Comcast charges $25 million to $30 million a year in fees from companies such as Google, Facebook and Microsoft for connections to get smoother and faster Internet access to their networks. Similarly, Time Warner Cable is believed to be earning 10s of millions of dollars from similar fees. Verizon and […]


WAN Virtualization and Three Paths to WAN Stress Relief for Distributed Businesses   Recently updated !

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I contributed an article to the Data Center Knowledge about WAN Virtualization and Three Paths to WAN Stress Relief for Distributed Enterprises. Here is a brief excerpt: “… Then came the deluge. WANs today face an unprecedented variety and volume of traffic generated by cloud computing, virtualization, big data and globalization combined with millions of new […]