WAN Bottlenecks Persist
Wide Area Network Bottlenecks Persist (Video)

Whether it’s increasing data volumes, expanding data replication requirements, or the overall growth of traffic on the Internet, there is no denying that the wide area network (WAN) bottleneck is more of a problem today than ever before. In fact, the increase in traffic and data traversing enterprise networks is outpacing the level of innovation in enterprise WAN services.

In part four of this video series on 2013 IT trends, Silver Peak founder and CTO David Hughes discusses how the WAN bottleneck is persisting and becoming worse in light of growing data volumes and increasing Internet traffic.

Watch part 1: Software Defined Networking (SDN) – Hype or Reality?

Watch part 2: Virtualization Driving Shifts in IT Roles

Watch part 3: Offsite Data Replication Becoming Mainstream

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Tony Thompson
Tony leads global communications and product marketing efforts for Silver Peak Systems. For more than 15 years, he has led successful marketing and PR programs in the computer networking and security industries, as well as for the U.S. House of Representatives. Tony holds a bachelor’s degree in speech communication from Fresno State. He is an avid musician with extensive recording and production experience. When Tony isn’t writing or playing guitar, he enjoys spending time with family and being outdoors.