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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

iPad 3 To Boost Traffic, Stressing Networks and BYOD Policies Alike

As Apple prepares to further redefine personal and business computing with the introduction of the iPad 3, Brocade (NASDAQ: BRCD) today revealed the results of a survey of 120 IT decision-makers, many of whom expect iPad 3 and other mobile devices to directly impact their campus LANs. Survey result highlights include:

  • BYOD or Not, Here They Come: Almost 40 percent of respondents indicated that employees use mobile devices to access their campus LANs regardless of an official Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) policy.
  • iPad 3's Immediate Impact: More than 30 percent of decision-makers expect traffic on their networks to increase as a direct result of the iPad 3.
  • Long-term Investing for Mobility: 65 percent of survey respondents said they have invested in campus LANs since 2009 to address tablet and smartphone usage.
  • Multivendor Strategy Rules: 60 percent of the respondents said their organization relies on networking solutions from multiple vendors to achieve their goals.

“Regardless of whether companies have official BYOD policies, mobile device proliferation signifies the potential for a dramatic rise in campus LAN traffic in the years to come,” said Brocade Malaysia Country Manager Sean Ong.

”To continue to prepare for this and other IT advancements that will impact the performance of campus LANs, Brocade last week unveiled its vision for The Effortless Network™,” he said.

“This vision is based on the new Brocade® HyperEdge™ technology, which is designed to deliver new levels of automation and simplification of the campus LAN lifecycle -- with significant cost savings and investment protection. Brocade also introduced two additions to the Brocade ICX™ switch family to support the company's advancements in campus LAN technology,” he added.

Brocade's survey of 120 IT decision-makers was conducted from Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2012 through Monday, March 5, 2012 via Zoomerang.

1 comment:

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