Audio Blogs

Listen, engineer, repeat
Listen, engineer, repeat
Featuring Gary Marks, CEO at Opengear

Gary Marks, CEO of Opengear, on the importance of listening to our customers and then architecting what we learn into our products. It’s a process of continuous improvement guided by what we’re hearing, as well as years of experience in the data center.

When you're finished changing, you're finished
When you're finished changing, you're finished
Featuring Gary Marks, CEO at Opengear

At least, that’s what Ben Franklin said. Over 2 centuries later, it’s still very true – and especially in the data center business. We interviewed our CEO, Gary Marks, on changes he sees, how they’re impacting our customers, and what Opengear is doing to help. Among the challenges, he discusses scale of deployments, geographic distribution, and resilience in network infrastructure.

What’s the most valuable IT asset in the data center?
What’s the most valuable IT asset in the data center?
Featuring Thomas Wang, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Opengear

The asset we have in mind is one of your most expensive and complex investments. You would therefore expect it to resolve every issue that comes up, and you’d be right. Most data centers have only a limited number, so they must be fully functional at a moment’s notice, 24/7/365. Have you already guessed?

Dinner at the Network Edge - A Restaurant Review

Dinner at the Network Edge - A Restaurant Review

Featuring Thomas Wang, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Opengear

Thomas Wang reports on restaurants now expecting network admins to push computing to the edges of their network – right to your table top. While this can greatly improve the customer experience, it also requires big changes in the way network admins access and control all the new devices. Downtime can cost thousands of dollars, and cause Thomas, and his fellow diners, to give you a bad review.