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Beyond speed

David Millar at Axians UK explains how 5G is set to revolutionise business

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Building AI foundations

Nick Jewell at Alteryx offers three building blocks for a successful AI future

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Voluntary regulation

A new EU-wide directive could help all organisations improve their security posture. Tony Atkins at Nozomi Networks explains how

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The Hartree Centre boosts Artificial Intelligence capability for UK industry projects

The Science and Technology Facilities Council centre offers high performance computing and AI in combined workflows

Juniper Networks launches SD-WAN as a Service

The new solution pairs the simplicity of a cloud-delivered model with central orchestration of network infrastructure

Equinix expands collaboration with IBM Cloud

Collaboration will deliver private and scalable hybrid cloud connectivity to global enterprises


R&S Trusted Gate from Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity

Trusted Gate provides intelligent, fully integrated encryption for data-centric security

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LiveNX 8.1 from LiveAction

As enterprise networks grow in size and complexity, admins need a monitoring solution that gives them the big picture

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Chipping away at network performance

Networks are getting smarter and faster. Mike Rivers at GTT Communications explains why

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A crafted cyber response

Why an incident response plan designed to deal with cyber compromise has never been more urgent

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The IoT opportunity

Christophe Fourtet at Sigfox discusses the merits of merging the physical and digital worlds

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Network Computing Awards 2019: The Winners!

The results of the 2019 Network Computing Awards were revealed at an evening ceremony at the Radisson Blu Edwardian in May. Below we profile some of this year’s winners:

Network Infrastructure Product of the Year

Winners: Dell EMC - PowerEdge MX
Runner-up: Extreme Networks - Campus Automation

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Data Centre Product of the Year

Winners: Prism DCS - Hot/Cold Aisle Containment
Runner-up: Allied Telesis - x950 Series switches

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IT Optimisation Product of the Year

Winners: Schneider Electric - EcoStruxure IT
Runner-up: ThousandEyes – ThousandEyes

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Welcome to the June 2019 Newsletter.

Since our last issue the 2019 Network Computing Awards have taken place at an evening ceremony in London on 2nd May. Ex-England cricket captain Chris Cowdrey was MC for the event, and was assisted in presenting the trophies by talented impressionist, Kevin Connelly, as well as by Ray Smyth and Dave Bonner of Network Computing.

The Bench Tested Product of the Year category is open to all solutions which have been independently reviewed for Network Computing and is judged by Network Computing’s Editor, Ray Smyth. This year Ray named joint winners for the award in Endace and Nozomi Networks. Silver Peak Systems won the Network Project of the Year Private sector for its work with Mazars. iTrinegy’s work for the Land Systems Reference Centre was recognised with the Network Project of the Year Public Sector.

In the voting categories, NBM Technology Solutions became the new Distributor of the Year and the Excell Group became the Reseller of the Year. Proficio became the first winners of the Cloud Delivered Security Solution of the Year and webCRM won the highly sought-after Customer Service Award. The Company of the Year award was won by Allied Telesis, a long-established supplier which offers a wide range of solutions. It was the company’s third award of the night.

We’ll be featuring this year’s winners in this and future editions of the newsletter, and you can find more details on the Network Computing Awards website We'd like to once again congratulate all of our winners and runners-up, and thank our sponsors, guests, and everyone who took the time to vote online for making the awards such a success.

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