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AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands. 5th NOVEMBER 2013, Allied Telesis, a global provider of secure IP/Ethernet switching solutions; and an industry leader in the deployment and provision of IP Triple Play networks and networking infrastructures, announces the publication of a newsletter microsite featuring Gartner research.
The Allied Telesis newsletter features the Gartner report; Focus on Five Dimensions of Network Design to Improve Performance and Save Money, published March 23, 2013, which provides a framework for network professionals to improve user experience and reduce expenditures by 30%.
The report says that "Network architects must expand their thinking to include individual users, devices and application requirements early in the network design progress. Enterprises that adapt their design practices to this approach will build better networks while optimizing their spending on business-critical technologies"
In introducing the Five Dimensions of Network Design, the report says "Changing application environments, user expectations and network services demand that network architects expand their thinking to ensure that the network supports new and changing business requirements. They need to address five dimensions – users, applications, devices, location and activity – in a framework that best support enterprise applications, both internally and externally hosted." "The five dimensions approach is a paradigm shift for designing networks, but can be approached pragmatically."