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ZOOM Technologies

ZOOM is a pioneering leader in Network and Security Solutions.

For well over two decades, we have designed and built avant-garde secure networks for hundreds of clients. We were the first to set up an IPsec VPN in India, the first to set up a Linux based WAN (the largest network in India), the first to set up a 24 X 7 antivirus and malware support center in India, and of course the first to offer a comprehensive bundle of networking courses. The list goes on...

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News & Blog

What is a firewall? 10 April 2018 Peter Wayner

Serverless in the cloud: AWS vs. Google Cloud vs. Microsoft Azure

With AWS Lambda, Google Cloud Functions, and Microsoft Azure Functions, a little bit of business logic can go a very long way

If you’ve ever been woken up at 3 a.m. because a server went haywire, you’ll understand the appeal of a buzzword like “serverless.”

networking news and blog 28 March 2018 Peter Welcher

Getting the most out of your next generation firewall

Peter Welcher examines design considerations when choosing a router or a switch in various scenarios.

In doing designs lately, I’ve been increasingly running into situations where I have to think hard about using a traditional router or an L3 switch. I’ve made some comments about this topic in prior blog posts, and now it seems worthwhile to revisit the topic in a little more depth. My objective is to stir up some thought and maybe debate about device types and roles, and how they may be evolving.

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