Why you’ll still want out-of-band for NFV

By | May 25th, 2017|Blog|

As with traditional network architectures, NFV or Network Function Virtualization, still faces some of the same challenges when it comes to reliance on the network itself for monitoring and managing the network infrastructure, rapid identification and resolution of network issues and ensuring secure access to and logging for network components. The Uplogix out‐of‐band platform brings [...]

Luxury yacht network security might matter to you

By | May 18th, 2017|Blog|

Granted not all of us spend our time relaxing on one of the increasing number of luxury yachts charting the high seas and exclusive tropical island destinations, but they are becoming more common and more connected. Luxury yacht network security is growing in importance as some of the world's titans of business take their work [...]

Healthcare network management to grow

By | April 12th, 2017|Blog|

The market for healthcare network management software for IT is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6 percent. Organizations are looking to deliver value-based care in part through better IT networks that deliver needed services at lower costs. The IT industry as a whole is experiencing growth in virtualized infrastructure which requires expanded network [...]

Cisco’s hierarchy of needs for network innovation

By | March 22nd, 2017|Blog|

At a CiscoLive Europe keynote, a Cisco VP described a Maslow-like hierarchy of needs for network innovation and digital transformation. It serves as a prescriptive approach to shifting to a higher-level of digital enterprise. Like with human behaviors starting at the most fundamental physiological needs like food, water and air up the scale through safety, [...]

Reliable networking for first responder

By | February 14th, 2017|Blog|

Reliable communications are critical to any first responder organization. For the South African Police Service (SAPS), providing security across the nation includes a radio network that functions in both urban and rural areas. Uplogix Local Management is deployed at radio tower sites and switching centers to manage trunking radio and networking gear. Some of the [...]

Five ways to make your Cisco bulletproof

By | December 9th, 2016|Blog|

Uplogix has always had a great story for managing Cisco equipment. As a Cisco Solution Partner we've shared this story at CiscoLive as well as through demos, webinars and white papers. But who has that kind of time anymore? So we cut it down to an eBook with the top five examples of how Uplogix [...]

Bet the store on retail network resiliency?

By | June 21st, 2016|Blog|

In just about every industry, the network has never been more important. It's no different in retail where network resiliency can be the difference between a banner sales day and closing the doors to eager customers. Gone are the days when a store could keep up with sales by simply running the register, collecting card [...]

Disaster recovery: Network infrastructure

By | May 24th, 2016|Blog|

Today we live in a world of not if, but when. We're not talking about global warming or the presidential election, well not here at least. We're talking about getting hacked. As strong as the efforts are going into cybersecurity and hacking prevention, it's a losing game. Smart people are putting money into thinking about [...]

Uplogix reads between the lines to solve age-old remote network management issue

By | April 1st, 2016|Blog|

(April 1, 2016 | AUSTIN, TEXAS) Uplogix today announces a game changing advance in the remote management of network and communications infrastructure. The PHINGER (PHysical INtelligent Gadget for Electronics Resetting) is an add-on product for Uplogix Local Managers, conquering at last a fundamental challenge in out-of-band management: devices that cannot be reset through software commands [...]

Secure remote access even on snow days

By | January 26th, 2016|Blog|

If you were caught up in Winter Storm Jonas over this past weekend, you likely didn't venture beyond the driveway or sidewalk you were shoveling. With millions snow-bound on the east coast, the federal government in the nation's capital shut down from noon Friday through Tuesday. It's the kind of weather that makes a person appreciate [...]