Sign up now to take part in an exclusive DemoFriday brought to you by SDxCentral featuring Meru Collaborator and Personal Bonjour from Meru Networks. The presentation will demonstrate how these applications, based on current software-defined networking (SDN) technologies, simplify Microsoft Lync and Apple Bonjour and contribute to the management of complex and user-centric campus networks.
Businesses everywhere are going increasingly wireless in response to the rise of the mobile workforce. Tools such as Microsoft Lync, offer rich user experiences by recreating the in-person communication experience whether the user is in the same building or anywhere in the world. Meru Collaborator, an integrated Lync SDN application, ensures a predictable, multi-vendor, unified communication experience by detecting and managing quality of service (QoS) issues on the network and prioritizing traffic across multi-user wired and wireless networks.
Apple designed Bonjour primarily to be used in home Wi-Fi networks. Unfortunately, many large education and enterprise networks are unable to support the protocol because Bonjour cannot be routed across IP subnets, which are commonly used in such environments. Meru’s Personal Bonjour is an application that reduces the noise of Apple-related devices across a unified network, ensuring services are provided to the correct users according to recognized policies.
In this DemoFriday, Ajay Malik, Meru’s VP of Worldwide Engineering and Products, will demonstrate how its SDN applications, Meru Collaborator and Personal Bonjour, can simplify Lync and Bonjour support over a complex campus network.
The Meru Networks DemoFriday will stream live on February 13th at 10:00am PST. Register below to take part in this informative event.
Sign up for Meru Networks' DemoFriday to learn how their SDN-based applications can simplify support of Microsoft Lync and Apple Bonjour across campus networks.
Join SDxCentral on January 1, 1970 for Register Now! Meru Networks DemoFriday: Microsoft Lync & Bonjour Simplified for Campus Networks.
If you can't make it to the live event, register anyways. SDxCentral will let you know when the on-demand recording is available.