Goodbye Interop New York, Bring Back the Real Interop Show
/ Oct 14, 2014 0 COMMENTS

Interop New York wrapped up 2 weeks ago at the Javits Center. I’ve always found Javits to be an odd location for the Fall Interop show given the relative size of the event compared to the capacity of the venue. Even with a well-attended event, the enormity of the Javits Center sucks much of the…

What Can I Get From A Software-Defined Network?
/ Oct 15, 2013 0 COMMENTS

Summer has officially ended, and that means a few things: Baseball has reached the exciting time of the season as the playoffs are now underway; the NFL is a quarter season over, and the NHL has just kicked off. In the tech industry it’s time for the fall edition of Interop held annually in New…

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It’s Time For Interop To Go Back To The Future
/ May 14, 2013 0 COMMENTS

I’ve been an analyst now for a little over a decade. Prior to my role as an analyst, though, I held many technical positions, including a long stint as a networking engineer. When I was an engineer, my favorite trade shows were Cisco Networkers and Networld + Interop. The value of Networkers was to get…

Sketching out Silver Peak in the Dell booth
Sketching out Silver Peak in Dell’s booth (Video)
/ May 23, 2012 0 COMMENTS

So, this is a first. Silver Peak’s Marc Trimuschat, vice president of alliances, presents on the Silver Peak integration and partnership with Dell in Dell’s booth at Interop Las Vegas. You might ask: What’s so interesting about that? Well, watch the sketch artist diagram the Silver Peak value proposition and integration with Dell in real-time…

Silver Peak with Dell at Interop Las Vegas
Silver Peak with Dell at Interop Las Vegas
/ May 3, 2012 0 COMMENTS

As a strategic WAN optimization partner for Dell, we are excited to be participating with them at the upcoming Interop conference and expo being held at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas. The conference is being held next week, May 6th-10th, and the expo is May 8th-10th. Dell’s booth is #1727, and if…

Can current WOCs support massive file transfers?
/ Oct 6, 2011 0 COMMENTS

This week I attended the Interop conference in New York. While I was there, I had the privilege to participate in a debate hosted by independent analyst, Jim Metzler, of Ashton, Metzler and Associates. The question posed in the debate was “whether or not the current generation of WAN optimization controllers (WOCs) can support massive…

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Debating the next steps in WAN optimization
/ Sep 23, 2011 0 COMMENTS

Interop New York is right around the corner, and with it comes a host of compelling panel presentations. In fact, independent analyst Jim Metzler of Ashton, Metzler, and Associates has invited Silver Peak to participate in a panel titled, “What are the next steps for WAN optimization?” Given all the recent advancements and progress being…