Guaranteed Performance Outcomes With Nile Access Service

At Networking Field Day, Suresh Katukam, Co-founder and CPO of Nile, introduced the Nile Access Service architecture, aiming to alleviate complexities in modern networks by providing guaranteed performance outcomes. Nile’s approach simplifies network operations with streamlined solution architecture, integrating wired security, wireless coverage, and management into a service-consumable model. The company emphasizes eliminating the pain points of product-centric innovation by unifying disparate technologies under a service that promises broad automation, AI-driven observability, and zero-trust security by design. Read more in this Gestalt IT article by Sulagna Saha!

Let Someone Else Install Your Campus Network

As Aaron Conaway posted, Nile showcased their comprehensive campus network solutions at Networking Field Day, emphasizing their end-to-end service that extends beyond hardware delivery to include detailed network planning and on-site evaluations. Their approach ensures not only installation but also up-to-date firmware and secure configurations managed via a cloud-based system, challenging the traditional “install now, secure later” methodology. Nile further distinguishes itself with ongoing management, monitoring, and proactive problem and replacement services, offering an innovative model for organizations lacking significant capital expenditure budgets.

Nile – Network as a Service – Considerations for Adoption

Attending Network Field Day gave Ryan Lambert a first-hand look at Nile’s innovative Network as a Service (NaaS) offering, a service model that manages and maintains a customer’s network infrastructure. Nile stands out by not only managing and monitoring networking equipment but also engaging with partners for on-site surveys to ensure top-notch performance, guaranteeing service levels for the hassle-free operation of customer networks. However, it’s important for customers to understand the shared responsibility in such managed solutions, particularly regarding the physical environment and specific requirements, ensuring Nile’s service guarantee aligns with their needs.

New Networking Ideas at Networking Field Day 34

Networking Field Day 34 is February 28! It promises to showcase Forward Networks’ AI-driven network operations tools, Aviz Networks’ SONiC-based enterprise solutions, and NaaS insights from Nile. With a blend of newcomer energy and returning expertise, the event offers live presentations, interactive delegate discussions on pressing industry topics, and opportunities for the audience to engage with innovative network technologies. Tune into the live stream on the event page or the Tech Field Day LinkedIn page, engage with the conversation using the event hashtag, and catch up on sessions afterward on the Tech Field Day YouTube channel.

Wrapping Up a Year of Wireless With Mobility Field Day 10

Mobility Field Day 10, set to take place on November 15-16, 2023, promises a varied lineup of presentations from Cisco, Wyebot, Nile, and Ventev, offering cutting-edge solutions in wireless and mobility technology. This two-day event will feature a mixture of hardware reveals, technology updates, and discussions about the future of wireless tech. Viewers can tune into the live presentations streamed on the Tech Field Day website and join the conversation on the Tech Field Day LinkedIn page.

Nile Pushes GUGORaaS- Give Us Guaranteed Ongoing Revenue as a Service

Lee Badman critical initial impressions of the upcoming Mobility Field 10, focusing on Nile’s Networking as a Service. The author expresses some concerns about a perceived lack of concrete product information available ahead of the event, highlighting that the vendor’s key emphasis appears to be on subscription-based services rather than detailing their network products. He hopes for a technically informative presentation over a sales pitch, concluding with a cautious anticipation of Nile’s offerings.

Cloud-Style Networking With Nile Service Block

Networking has become increasingly problematic with the growing heterogeneity of assets. At the recent Networking Field Day event, Nile presented the Nile Service Block that provides network as-a-service making everyday operations a breeze. Read about it at Gestalt IT or watch the demos here on the Tech Field Day website.

Nile’s Changing Up How Enterprises Design, Build, and Consume Access Networks at Network Field Day 32

Nile recently presented their enterprise networking solutions at Networking Field Day, offering Networking as a Service (NaaS) for the enterprise and commercial market. Although Nile has built their own branded hardware and emphasizes IT simplicity, Ed Horley raises concerns about their lack of support for IPv6 and the need for clearer differentiation in the market. However, Nile’s NaaS model and comprehensive solution offering are worth keeping an eye on.

Nile Promises True NaaS

Ali was intrigued to learn more about Nile and their Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) offering after seeing them featured at Networking Field Day. Their service includes features like identity-based access, secure hardware encryption, and micro-segmentation. While there are still some aspects he’d like to see, overall, Nile presents a fresh approach to NaaS that could benefit various industries.

Nile’s NaaS! What Is It?  Does It Work for Every Enterprise?

During his participation in Networking Field Day, Faisal Khan discovered Nile, a young startup offering Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) solutions. Nile’s unique approach to technology and product offering impressed him, as they simplify network operations by managing the hardware, software, and network maintenance for enterprises. While NaaS may not be suitable for every organization, Faisal suggests that Nile could expand its market by offering modular and customizable NaaS solutions to cater to different customer segments and eliminate vendor lock-in, similar to the success of cloud services with their varied IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS options.

Summer Field Day Fun at Networking Field Day 32

The summer edition of Networking Field Day is set to be an exciting event with presentations from top companies to an excellent panel of delegates. Join us on Wednesday, July 26th to hear from Broadcom about their latest advancements in Ethernet for AI and ML networking. We’ll also have a delegate roundtable discussion on pressing networking issues and the opportunity for you to add your voice to the conversation. Then we’ve got Nile talking network as a service. Thursday morning has Anuta presenting their flagship ATOM platform. Don’t miss out on the live streaming and be sure to follow us on LinkedIn for updates!

Networking Field Day 32 Event Preview

Girard Kavelines is excited to return for Networking Field Day next week. The event will feature presentations from industry leaders like Broadcom, Nile, and Anuta Networks, offering insights into networking innovations and solutions. Girard looks forward to learning more about the latest developments in network-as-a-service, automation, and monitoring. See you at Networking Field Day next week!