Top Challenges Network Engineers Face in Migrating to Faster Networks

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Click through for findings from a survey focusing on the challenges of migrating to a faster network, conducted by WildPackets.

WildPackets, a leading provider of network monitoring and analysis solutions, recently released its 2013 State of Faster Networks Survey results, which identified the challenges organizations are facing when transitioning to high-speed networks such as 10G, 40G and 100G.

Surveying more than 100 network engineers and IT directors, WildPackets found that while many organizations have already started to make the transition to 10G+ networks, they lack data visibility and the proper tools to effectively monitor and analyze network performance.

This slideshow highlights the other findings from WildPackets’ State of Faster Networks Survey.

 

Related Topics : Blade Servers, Business Integration, Ethernet, LAN, Network Protocols

 
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