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Does Hyperconverged Infrastructure Save Money?

Hyperconverged infrastructure vendors always tout the technology's cost efficiency, arguing that HCI reduces costs because it requires less administrative burden. In this video, Keith Townsend, principal at The CTO Advisor and Interop ITX infrastructure chair, examines whether hyperconvergence really costs less than traditional three-tier IT infrastructure.

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Long Live Infrastructure

Martin Casado explains in an Interop Las Vegas keynote that while infrastructure is going through a transitional phase, this changing of the guard offers exciting growth and a low barrier of entry for new companies and technologies. Read more about Casado's talk in The Rise Of The Infrastructure Developer.

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Wireless Gets Serious

Drew Lentz, chair of Interop's Wireless & Mobility Track, discusses the increasing demands placed on networks as the type of clients, number of clients, and functionality changes. He explains how pressures from the Internet of Things, location-based services, and expansive campus networks are prompting new investments in wireless networks and requiring careful consideration. Learn more about the Wireless & Mobility Track and register...

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Balancing Real-World Storage Needs

Greg Schulz, chair of Interop's Storage Track, talks about the perennial challenges of enterprise storage, how software abstraction fits in, managing legacy technology while unlocking the potential of new developments. Learn more about the Storage Track and register for Interop, May 2-6 in Las Vegas.

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Enterprise Networks Under Pressure

Tom Hollingsworth, co-chair of Interop's Networking Track, discusses the challenges facing enterprise networks as they adapt to constantly increasing demands, address the need for better network visibility and performance indicators, and transform from IT cost centers to the role of revenue generators. Learn more about the Networking Track and register for Interop, May 2-6 in Las Vegas.

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