's tutorials provide in-depth resources on networking, mobile, and telecommunications technology and strategy in the UK. Core coverage areas include network design and administration, data centre networking, mobile enterprise planning, WAN design and implementation and UK telecommunications networks and services.

10 Gigabit Ethernet tutorial: Connecting data centres, storage, LAN and beyond
In this guide, learn how choosing the right cabling can affect 10 Gigabit Ethernet distance, speed and overall performance. Also, see how 10 Gigabit Ethernet networks can result in data centre optimisation by introducing flexibility and preventing latency. Finally, learn how upcoming 10 Gigabit Ethernet protocols will address the challenge of packet loss and enable more effective traffic prioritisation in the network.

Virtualisation networking guide: Managing virtualisation
In this guide, networking professionals can learn about managing virtualisation networking, distributed virtual switching, network capacity planning for virtualisation and more.

Cloud computing network primer
The definition of cloud computing changes readily, so the definition of cloud computing networks changes as well. Ultimately, the goal of cloud computing – regardless of model – is to create a fluid pool of resources across servers and data centres that enable users to access stored data and applications on an as-needed basis. Learn how here.

WAN bandwidth optimisation tools and techniques primer
The key to making the most of wide area network (WAN) links lies in grooming and reducing the traffic that travels across them, and in avoiding as many potential sources of delay as possible. This tutorial teaches you how to do just that.

Deploying 802.11n for improved WLAN performance
This exclusive series by Lisa Phifer examines how deploying 802.11n can improve your wireless LAN's (WLAN) performance enabling mobility services that make workforces informed and productive. To be competitive, workers need ready access to data, people and tools for collaboration and decision making. By deploying 802.11n you can extend your network to deliver multimedia over wireless making services like unified messaging and video conferencing available wherever needed.

Exploring LTE architecture and services drivers
This four-part Telecom Insights guide takes a detailed look at how 4G Long-Term Evolution (LTE) architecture and technology planning and deployment decisions should be influenced by LTE service opportunities in various wireless markets, as well as why carriers need to evolve their metro network infrastructure toward an Evolved Packet Core for wireless broadband and how changes in metro network technology and operations are being driven by these issues.

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This was first published in March 2011


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