Convergence without Complexity: Insights and Lessons Learned from the Trenches Strategies/Lessons Learned for Convergence Success.

The problem with traditional converged networks is that the cost savings generated by a unified infrastructure can quickly be outweighed by the negative business impact of garbled calls, jittery video transmissions, network downtime, or a security breach. To provide consistent high quality real-time application delivery as well as economic advantages, application fluent networks build on convergence to optimize performance for each application by dynamically adapting to its unique requirements. This means the network must automatically deliver the adaptability, resiliency, simplicity, and security individual applications require.
Provided by: Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Topic: Virtualization Date Added: Sep 2011 Format: PDF

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