The networking industry has been going through a major shift – the transition to the cloud. The term “cloud” was once foreign to network managers, but an increasingly dynamic and distributed workforce accelerated by the pandemic has forced network engineers to do things differently. The cloud removes the burden of managing the network box-by-box by decoupling control from the hardware and centralizing it.

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Extreme Networks goes deep on the cloud and subscriptions

Extreme Networks Tuesday introduced a cloud-based universal zero-trust network access or ZTNA solution that will provide remote access, network access control, ZTNA and mobile device management integration in one software-as-a-service offering.

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Extreme Networks supports return to office with universal ZTNA for simpler, more secure network access

Networking vendor Extreme Networks is holding its user event, Connect, this week in Berlin, Germany.

At the conference, the company announced ExtremeCloud Edge, which brings Extreme’s network management capabilities to the network edge. This includes network operations as well as analytics, AI-infused functions, and networking applications. Like most network vendors today, Extreme offers cloud management via its Cloud IQ portal.

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Extreme Networks Gets Edgy At Its Connect User Conference

Extreme Networks Inc. recently announced it has integrated network fabric capabilities into its ExtremeCloud SD-WAN or software-defined wide-area network, allowing customers to extend the network fabric securely across the end-to-end network, which includes the data centers, campus network and branch locations.

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Extreme Networks extends its fabric to the wide-area network

Many technology vendors have used artificial intelligence to transform their products. This is evident in areas like unified communications, contact centers and cybersecurity.

Yet one area of IT that has yet to see AI play a significant impact is the network. AI has been used to improve basic management functions but has yet to transform network operations.

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Artificial Intelligence Eases Network Challenges