Networking Magazine Report on WOCs
The UK journal Networking has run a great report on WAN Optimization Contollers going into the subject with level of discussion it deserves.
Replify Accelerates Data Passing Over Protocols
In my last blog I referred to Riverbed's complaint that BlueCoat were abusing data to make their products look better than Riverbeds. Today I find that a potential customer has been told by Riverbed that we only accelerate a fraction of the applications they do, because we are a Virtual Appliance.
When we said “hardware” we meant “software” of course.
I'm watching the traditional hardware-based WAN Optimization companies shuffling their feet and subtly repositioning themselves as software-based. It's fun to watch.
I like offload, and I like acceleration, but which is better?
well, there's only one way to find out...FIGHT! Ok apologies for invoking a TV show known only in the UK (Harry Hill's TV Burp) but it seemed a good way to frame the question.
EMA award Replify “Best Mobility Strategy”
EMA, an industry analyst, has just released their EMA WAN Optimization Radar Report I listened to their webex yesterday and I've read the report and it's pretty interesting.
The Case for Personal WAN Optimization
Jeff Aaron from Silver Peak suggested in his comment to my last blog that individual WAN Optimization was of no real value. I've heard this view before, and sometimes from surprising quarters and from people who you might think would know better.
New case study from Exinda
Our partner Exinda has produced a very nice case study showing how Replify's WAN Optimization can radically improve the user experience for a mobile workforce...
Replify Announce Teqdis As Value Added Distributor for Sub-Continent
Replify have signed Teqdis, as their Value-added distributor for the Indian sub-continent covering India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka...
50 Billion Mobile Devices by 2020
Attended an interesting Mobile Monday event this week which helped connect some stray thoughts. The theme of the event was "50 Billion Mobile (internet) devices by 2020 - who is going to get rich?". One of the points which came up repeatedly was that growth in data consumption was outstripping the growth in data revenues for the mobile operators...