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What is Zero Touch Provisioning (ZTP)?

In the late 90’s, end to end service provisioning became popular, wherein connection requests were raised at one end, post which a full automated path delivered network elements via a Network Management System (NMS) or an equivalent platform to provide the path. No manual intervention was required. But for network engineers, it was a cumbersome task. Each site had…

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What are the Major Obstacles Facing the IoT?

The Internet of Things isn’t simply a matter of technological advancement — it’s also a statement of intent about what technology means (and can mean) to humanity. It heralds a world of grand background connectivity, with algorithms buzzing all around us to improve our lives in countless ways: saving our time, extending our reach, and…

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Link Load Balancing: ScaleAOn Dynamic Path Selection

Traditionally, applications remained in-house at fixed locations protected with a well defined perimeter. To enhance user experience (customer, employees and remote workforce), enterprises used WAN optimization techniques, for example techniques like TCP optimization, compression and caching. This worked well with relatively small capacity WAN links. All these techniques worked in favour of ICT, as the…

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Digital App-etizers: Networks in the crosshair, but enterprises want more

Applications – the appetizers – are making the world go hungry for more digital. Remember the famous line from Pepsi’s advertisement in the 90’s – Yeh Dil Mange More! However, as applications surge, it’s becoming harder and harder for enterprise networks to be able to digest and degust so many appetizers. Consumers (netizens) are obsessed with it, and enterprises…

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