The Coffee Break will be renamed to the “The Network Break” and will be getting its own channel on the Packet Pushers Network.
The 25 Gigabit Ethernet Consortium is an open organization to all third parties who wish to participate as members to enable the transmission of Ethernet frames at 25 or 50 Gigabit per second (Gbps) and to promote the standardization and improvement of the interfaces for applicable products. The 25 Gigabit Ethernet Consortium enables industry participants to develop new technologies that function in accordance with the Specification(s) outlined in the consortium agreement in order to benefit consumers and the industry by facilitating accelerated adoption of 25 and/or 50 Gbps technologies.
During the first quarter of 2014, total Enterprise Telephony revenues declined 10% sequentially. The market is continuing to shrink due in large part to the secular decline in premise-based equipment.
This trend was compounded by corporate transitions at three of the largest seven vendors. The various corporate transitions are likely to continue to put downward pressure on the market throughout the rest of the year. The premise-based PBX market will likely be the hardest hit.
To offset the declines in premise sales, many vendors are continuing to push their cloud offerings. For example, ShoreTel and Mitel’s cloud offerings are up significantly while their premise businesses are declining. Other vendors are also experiencing similar trends.
Cisco ACI misses the promised ship date.
Cisco ACI: In the market, building momentum. Full suite on schedule for Q2 2014
This message will indicate that they have an unapproved third- party 40G or 100G optic and that in EXOS 15.5 a third party 40G/100G feature license will be required for full functionality of the new hardware.
Beginning with EXOS 15.5, customers will need to purchase a feature license to achieve full functionality of new unapproved third-party 40G or 100G optical interfaces. If customers do not purchase the feature license for these new modules, they will receive an informational message via SNMP/ Syslog. This message will indicate that they have an unapproved third- party 40G or 100G optic and that a feature license is required for full functionality of the new hardware. Customers will have 90 days to obtain the feature pack before the port’s egress bandwidth is rate-limited to 25% of line rate.