The expansion of wireless networks in recent years has been phenomenal. The rapidly growing use of smartphones, tablets and corporate acceptance of BYOD has forced businesses to offer wireless connectivity virtually everywhere. Pundits have forecasted the decline of the wired network as we know it and, perhaps, the demise of wired-only network companies.
How then, can a network company that only makes wired network switches still be growing? As with most technology companies, it requires a business to adapt and change, to survive and thrive. The end-user connectivity may be changing, but the importance and dependence on the wired network has never been greater.