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Jan 2015
... is, when the risk associated with the product becomes too great, or when the operational costs make a transition to a new product an economic advantage. Useful life represents the normal time a piece of equipment is expected to be in place in an average enterprise network. Unanticipated changes to the ...

Analyst(s):   Caio Misticone   |   Mark Fabbi

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Jun 2016
... To minimize cost, enterprises seek to avoid prematurely replacing equipment, but must balance this against avoiding network failures. Because the anticipated useful lives of different types of network equipment vary, enterprises are constantly upgrading or replacing a portion of their network infrastructure ...

Analyst(s):   Danilo Ciscato   |   Mark Fabbi

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Jan 2019
... or 3D PDF to maintain as much data as possible in vendor-neutral formats to avoid vendor “lock-in” over the long term. Integrate EAM system/computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) used for equipment maintenance because parts for industrial equipment are replaced or modified over time, often with ...

Analyst(s):   Benoit Lheureux   |   Alfonso Velosa   |   Marc Halpern   |   Nathan Nuttall

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Feb 2019
... with attention to ease of use. However, it is unlikely that the functionality will be error-prone or not match existing business practices. All companies have limited resources when it comes to product evaluations, and evaluations cost vendors time and money (which they implicitly pass on to their buyers ...

Analyst(s):   Kristian Steenstrup   |   Nicole Foust

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Dec 2018
... develop equipment to support them, although it’s common for prerelease equipment to be available before the standard is finalized. Network slicing creates multiple virtual “slices” on an underlying physical network and is enabled by technologies such as software-defined networking (SDN) and network function ...

Analyst(s):   Nick Jones

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Feb 2019
... years or more may now need to be replaced much sooner. End users should budget on the basis of 10-year upgrade cycles for access control equipment, given the susceptibility to failure of mechanical devices. For video surveillance systems, the upgrade cycle is in the range of five to 10 years. Centralizing ...

Analyst(s):   Nick Ingelbrecht   |   Santhosh Rao

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Dec 2018
... begin to have increased needs for software maintenance planning as well as physical equipment maintenance to take advantage of the downtime to care for the embedded software. No matter how well we design or manufacture a component, if it isn’t where it needs to be when it needs to be there, it is irrelevant ...

Analyst(s):   Kristian Steenstrup   |   Nicole Foust

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Mar 2019
... influencing factors, those other technologies might be of interest to you in the upcoming future, such as: 5G networks (emerging) — 5G is the next generation of mobile broadband and cellular standard. It is projected to quickly replace (and/or augment) existing 4G and Wi-Fi services, services such as ...

Analyst(s):   Christian Titze   |   Andrew Stevens

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Nov 2018
... environments. A broader view of migration activities can be found in Work with the IT team to identify when and how data and systems need to be moved and the most appropriate protection mechanisms. Encryption, access control, network controls (including tunneling), secured couriers, and physical controls in ...

Analyst(s):   Mike Wonham

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Jan 2019
... agents to assist business users Deploy predictive network management tools COTS = commercial off-the-shelf; SIP = Session Initiation Protocol SPVM leaders can’t standardize or simplify processes and technology by themselves. They need to actively engage both enterprise architecture for the IT and business ...

Analyst(s):   Andrew Miljanovski   |   Bill Menezes   |   Brett Sparks

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Apr 2019
... day, it’s time for me to go to the gym. Sadly, Shirley won’t do my exercise for me. On my way home, I stop at the market and pick up some ethically sourced veggies for my supper. In the old days, we didn’t know where our food came from. Now we can know the exact farm where our food was grown, when it was ...

Analyst(s):   Frank Buytendijk   |   Bettina Tratz-Ryan

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Nov 2018
... and work closely with network providers to complete testing. Private organizations rarely perform cellular security testing because it involves significant investments in cellular network simulation equipment. LoRa, Zigbee and Sigfox: These networks are similar to cellular in that it is unlikely that organizations ...

Analyst(s):   Sean Kenefick   |   Erik Heidt

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Nov 2018
... reduction in overall consumption from 2.4 MW to 1.68 MW amounts to almost a 30% reduction in energy consumption to support the same amount of IT equipment. A PUE of 1.4 is a typical design goal for a new data center being constructed right now by enterprise companies. The hyperscale data centers have ...

Analyst(s):   Matthew Brisse

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Oct 2018
... expand into plastic and component parts for hospital equipment, which would have to meet a different set of standards for reliability and cleanliness? Could it license its 3D printing IP to other companies? The enterprise will need to experiment continually with new digital business possibilities. Those possibilities ...

Analyst(s):   Jorge Lopez   |   Jamie Popkin

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Nov 2018
... seek to emulate human performance. Typically, it does so by learning, coming to its own conclusions, appearing to understand complex content, engaging in natural dialogs with users, enhancing human cognitive performance or replacing people on execution of nonroutine tasks. AI can be deployed to improve ...

Analyst(s):   C. Klappich   |   Rick Franzosa   |   Christian Titze   |   Alex Pradhan   |   Andrew Stevens

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May 2018
... management does not have the time to wait until disaster strikes to find out that critical, irreplaceable equipment that must be replaced cannot be found. They must know before any business disruption strikes what their mission-critical processes are and the associated resources needed to perform those processes ...

Analyst(s):   Pete Basiliere   |   Roberta Witty

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Aug 2018
... SD-WAN offerings to mitigate some of the internet’s shortcomings, making it more reliable. The company also has to educate less mature enterprises about the need to accelerate their WAN transition from the safety of using only managed WANs to a more cloud/digital-aligned hybrid network involving both managed ...

Analyst(s):   Naresh Singh   |   Shubhangi Vashisth   |   Rajpreet Kaur

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Jul 2018
... this. Customers are able to replace one part of their HVAC system and aren't required to install an entirely new system. Versions of edge devices: Edge-based equipment can be very difficult to upgrade or update, often resulting in change efforts that take a long time. Edge equipment that is provided by suppliers ...

Analyst(s):   Erik Heidt

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Nov 2018
... revenue stream for communications service providers (CSPs), and the move to HD video, which requires increased network capacity, makes it even more attractive. Over time, analog cameras will be replaced by Internet Protocol-networked and HD cameras, while new cameras will all be IP. Private CCTV is included ...

Analyst(s):   Margaret Ranken   |   Klaus Rinnen   |   Peter Middleton   |   Matt Arnott   |   Kay Sharpington

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Oct 2018
... in the enterprise, and when it comes to that manageability, help isn’t coming — at least not any time soon. In this way, IoT manageability is very much a throwback to IT of 20 years ago, before mature tools became available for managing and securing IT environments. In the IT world of 1999, do-it-yourself ...

Analyst(s):   Erik Heidt   |   Jon Amato   |   Henry Cook   |   Soyeb Barot