Audio Blogs

From Remote Access to Automated Deployment: Opengear’s Customer Journey Continues
From Remote Access to Automated Deployment: Opengear’s Customer Journey Continues
Featuring Gary Marks, CEO at Opengear

As the problems faced by Network Engineers continue to evolve, Opengear’s products have scaled with them. Why? We listen to our customers. When they told us their resources were limited, we built in health checks and automated notifications. As they’ve expanded to the network edge,we’ve added automation such as Zero Touch Provisioning, to make remote site deployments easier. We hear “I wish I could do this…” and we engineer the solution. Gary Marks explains.

Resilience at the Network Edge
Resilience at the Network Edge
Featuring Gary Marks, CEO at Opengear

The Internet of Things is pushing the network to the edge. More technology at the store or the branch means more computing power at the local site. But is that equipment as reliable as the data center? Opengear CEO Gary Marks discusses how the use of smarter console servers allows network engineers to gather data, receive alerts, and fix problems long before they shut down the store. Add in an embedded cellular solution, and you’re a big step closer to lower operating costs, and less frequent revenue-losing outages.

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.