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  • Computer Weekly networking case studies

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Jennifer Scott and Steve Evans discover what made the winning entries stand out from the crowd in the 2014 Computer Weekly European Awards for networking.

  • Over-the-Top Video: First to Scale Wins

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    This report from Arthur D Little assess the impact of video services focusing on professional long-form content, such as Hulu, Lovefilm and Netflix.

  • Delivering Breakthrough Performance with 802.11ac

    Sponsored by: Ixia

    Gain an understanding of how 802.11ac can help provide higher performance by boosting bandwidth, and dive into the technical challenges associated with this new technology.

  • Streaming Multimedia More Smoothly

    Sponsored by: QUALCOMM Incorporated

    In this white paper, readers will discover how they can take advantage of Web Technologies optimizations to provide a user experience befitting the truly mobile Web.

  • Presentation Transcript: Meeting the Demand for Multi-Screen Experience

    Sponsored by: Alcatel-Lucent

    Consumers today tend to use a wide variety of communications devices and are expecting to get video content delivery to any screen. This presentation transcript discusses a new multi-screen solution and how it can support these market needs.

  • Video Solutions: Understanding Video Quality

    Sponsored by: Motorola, Inc.

    An understanding of the effect of factors such as resolution, frames per second, video codec, packets per second, and bit rate on bandwidth requirements will enable network operators to correctly design communications infrastructure networks that will support video applications. Read on to learn more.

  • Video-Ready - Campus Network

    Sponsored by: Cisco Systems, Inc.

    Why should your network be "Video-Ready"? Video applications have enabled enterprises to significantly increase worker productivity, improve collaboration, reduce costs, and streamline and optimize business operations. This paper dicusses the factors that will accelerate adoption of video solutions over the next few years.

  • Personalized Video Experiences

    Sponsored by: Motorola, Inc.

    This paper explains various topics like: MPEG-4 Wins the Battle of the Bandwidth, How to Succeed in Targeted Advertising, Changing Times for Video On Demand, Modular Uplink System and Making the Change to Switched Digital Video.

  • Using Bandwidth More Efficiently with Switched Digital Video

    Sponsored by: Motorola, Inc.

    Switched Digital Video (SDV) offers tremendous promise for network operators seeking to more efficiently use bandwidth and deliver highly targeted content to subscribers.

  • Highly Distributed Computing Is Key to Quality on the HD Web

    Sponsored by: Akamai Technologies

    This paper outlines the basic requirements for delivering high-definition (HD) video via broadband and describes how Akamai, through highly distributed computing, is uniquely able to extend the Internet's capacity.

  • Small Form Factor (SFF) SAS - Meeting the Demanding Requirements in Specific Markets

    Sponsored by: Xtore

    SAS technology has been proven to be the most versatile storage solution in data transfer and high performance. Read this white paper to learn about a solution that renders the necessary performance needed for your client's expanding market requirements.

  • Alcatel 7302 ISAM: Intelligent Services Access Manager

    Sponsored by: Alcatel

    The Alcatel 7302 Intelligent Services Access Manager (ISAM) provides an efficient, next-generation means of delivering these services.

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