As news emerges from the conference, we'll be sure to share it in the newsletter and on our website.
If cloud VoIP and UC providers want to gain significant traction, which appears to be happening, and keep their customers from seeking out alternatives, downtime is something that needs to become a thing of the past.
Software-defined networking may be part of the solution for increasing the network's performance and efficiency. And it's a needed solution.
OnLive will shut its doors and delete all accounts on April 30.
With all the good things being said about SDN, there are still some drawbacks.
Microsoft was chipping away at the unified communications market dominated by Cisco through 2012 and 2013, but it looks like Cisco has started to pull away again.
The separation of networking hardware and the software that runs it has been attracting more and more interest ever since Facebook unveiled the Open Compute Project.
If you browse through today's issue, you may notice a trend. It wasn't planned (I'm not that clever, especially the day after we sprung forward), but most of today's top stories speak to the importance and difficulties of maintaining a wireless networking infrastructure.
The timing could be better, but HP is looking to build up its waning wireless networking business by spending an awful lot of money.
As you can see from our headlines over the last week, as well as in today's issue of FierceEnterpriseCommunications, open source in the networking world is currently top-of-mind. Not only has HP thrown down the gauntlet by getting behind the open networking trend, but Facebook also rounded out its Open Compute Project line of switches.