Posted by: Greg Ness | August 5, 2010

The Beginning of the End of Static Infrastructure (via ARCHIMEDIUS)

Keep in mind that this was posted Nov 2008… and I just blogged about record increases in the population of devices connected to the network. As virtualization takes hold in production environments and network strains accelerate expect the network to move to eth ecenter stage of hte virtualization and private cloud discussion.

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The Beginning of the End of Static Infrastructure Networks are connecting individuals, systems and devices at an accelerating rate; this trend won’t be slowed by a wobbly economy or the chants of gloomy protagonists.  We are entering the age of network connectivity.  Cisco may call it collaboration, but I think it is really about the rise of connectivity intelligence on a grand scale.   The real questions we should be asking our political leaders shouldn’t be about how much we should invest in t … Read More

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