Non-volatile memory express (NVMe) is being widely adopted as a low-latency interface for connecting host systems with solid state drives (SSDs).In fact, in the new generation of software-defined data centers, NVMe-based, all-flash and hybrid arrays are becoming mainstream. This can have a profound impact on local area networks (LANs) and wide area networks (WANs) ...
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The new year is almost upon us and so it’s time to look ahead. What will be the hot trends in network timing, and what technologies will change the synchronization game in 2020? 2020 will see more applications requiring greater levels of network timing accuracy, and that means the migration to IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol (PTP) will accelerate. This is already happening in many verticals with examples in the power utility industry, financial sector, cable networks and in enterprise data centers ...
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It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to notice that our cities are getting more crowded – particularly at the curb. Once used by payphone booths and newspaper kiosks, the curb has become the prime area for the congregation of “micro-mobility” options such as e-scooters, e-bikes, rideshare services, as well as old-school mainstays which include taxis, delivery vehicles, public transportation and, oh yeah … pedestrians ...
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