- Interop 2012 promises to be larger than the 2011 show, a good sign of enterprise interest and investment in network technologies.
- Mobility, virtualization, fabrics, and cloud services will dominate much of the discussion surrounding the trade show.
With the 2012 Las Vegas Interop just over a week away, inquiries and invitations have been flooding in. From wireless to fabrics to virtualization and everything cloud-related, there is a great deal of energy and excitement around enterprise challenges and how best to address them (with a great deal of differentiation between offerings). UBM has brought together a compelling track list and the open sessions are almost certain to be full every day, so get registered and get to the rooms early to ensure a seat. Last year, many popular sessions were standing room only, and this year is almost certain to command similar audiences. Virtualization challenges, evolving management platforms, and vendor interoperability will be key for data center-centric pitches, while most campus and organizational issues touch upon consumerized IT and the host of challenges around BYOD. Continue reading “Interop 2012: Virtualize, Mobilize, Exercise (Bring Walking Shoes)”