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PHOTO GALLERY: NETGEAR roadshow - evolving networks of tomorrow

10 Jun 2016

NETGEAR recently held a roadshow in Auckland.

Conducted at the Ellerslie Novotel on Thursday the 9th of June, the event delved into the trends of more data, devices, apps and the need for speed.

NETGEAR director of global product marketing, Tris Simmons, spoke about how regardless of their size, organisations across the board are finding applications increasingly IT network centric. Strains in many networks are being contributed to a growing amount of wireless, voice, video conferencing, streaming, data and surveillance traffic.

Simmons affirmed that very soon, high speed Wave 2 wireless networks alone will outpace wired connections, whilst 10-Gigabit connections will migrate from large enterprise datacentres into the heart of SMB networks.

Ultimately, the event looked into the evolving networks of tomorrow and how NETGEAR’s recently introduced technology can help meet your customers’ future needs today.

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