Network Speed vs. Bandwidth?

Can you really compare network speed with network bandwidth? Though interrelated, they are two very different things. While network speed measures the transfer rate of data from a source system to a destination system, network bandwidth is the amount of data that can be transferred per second (“the size of the pipe”). Combine the two, and you have what is known as network throughput.

Infographic: Optimising enterprise application performance

Equinix UK managing director, Russell Poole, presents a useful infographic that visualizes the issues surrounding application performance in the latest in a series of posts about enterprise data centre strategy.

Breaking the Bandwidth Bottleneck

With over one–third of the world’s population now actively online, Asian consumers continue to display an insatiable appetite for new devices, digital content and constant connectivity...

Latency and Bandwidth: Keys to User Experience

Those companies that deliver the best online experience will come out on top, and that depends on two things: latency and bandwidth.

The Financial Industry: A Network-Neutral Future

A centralized financial ecosystem provides greater bandwidth, lower latency, faster time to market, and lower costs — if you choose the right infrastructure partners.