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Customer Review

by Apposite Tech | July 27, 2017

Hear what FileCatalyst CEO, Chris Bailey, has to say about using Apposite WAN Emulators to test their applications.
DoD Pushes Move Toward Cloud Migration

DoD Pushes Move Toward Cloud Migration

As the demands of the modern warfighter evolve, the Department of Defense’s information environment has struggled to keep up with the pace. In effort to support the continuing development of a network centric battlespace, DoD is now aggressively...

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Protocol Layering And The OSI Model

Protocol Layering And The OSI Model

    Any explanation of computer networking generally begins with the seven layers of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model. This reference model assists with the interoperability of communication systems by providing a standard set of...

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Layer 8 Performance Issues

Layer 8 Performance Issues

Any explanation of computer networking generally begins with the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model. This reference model assists with the interoperability of communication systems by providing a standard set of protocols that describe the method by which data...

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Join Apposite Technologies At MILCOM 2017

Join Apposite Technologies At MILCOM 2017

Many DOD agencies and government contractors depend on Apposite Technologies’ network emulation appliances to validate the reliability and scalability of mission-critical applications. Join us at Booth 1040 at MILCOM 2017 in Baltimore, MD October 23-25 as...

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Network Simulation or Emulation?

Network Simulation or Emulation?

In regard to network testing, the terms emulation and simulation are often used interchangeably. In most cases, either term will generally get the point across, but there’s a big difference between a network emulator and network simulator, both practically...

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What Is Latency?

What Is Latency?

Ugh, Latency! As network engineers, when we say latency, we’re generally referring to the amount of the time it takes to send a packet of data from one location to another. Users generally aren't affected by the latency itself but by the effect of the...

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Packet Switching vs. Circuit Switching

Packet Switching vs. Circuit Switching

Within a network, packet switching break streams of data into smaller blocks of data. Each of these small blocks are then sent independently over a shared network. Packet switching is different from circuit switching, which provides the basis for traditional telephone...

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