- DemoFriday with F5, Intel and HPE: Virtualized Network Functions as Fast as Purpose-Built Hardware
- Brocade Braces for a Disappointing Q2, Citing IP Headwinds
- Supercharge Application Services with Software-Defined Load Balancers
- The 2016 Mega NFV Report Pt. 2 is Here: All About VNFs
The macro storm is far from over.
VMware's head of public cloud efforts is leaving the company.
It depends on the ratio of physical to virtual in the network.
HPE has all the pieces, but carriers want open source.
On the plus side: a new firewall for containers.
A $10B 'real' rate is in sight.
Sports site Paddy Power Betfair is like "scale" on steroids.
Avago's acquisition of Broadcom may have sped things along.
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Cisco says its new Nexus 9000 switches provide a two-year time-to-market advantage over its competition, an order of magnitude increase in the number of endpoints, and 25G at the price of 10G and 100G at the price of 40G.
On February 16, 2016, Brocade made two strategically important announcements that outlined the overall mobile network strategy and additions.
In an upcoming DemoFriday, F5 and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) will demonstrate virtual network services in an end-to-end framework that enables the virtualized network functions to run as fast as purpose-built hardware.Register
ADC appliances versus application-centric load balancing: Learn how software-defined ADCs better supports multi-cloud deployments and cloud-native applications, while freeing IT from repetitive tasks.Register
Design the most effective NFVI to scale network capacity and introduce new services faster and more cost-effectively.Register
Last Chance! Featured Webinar with HPE and Intel: Transform the Network through Open, Standards-Based NFV
Industry estimates suggest monthly global mobile data traffic will surpass 15 exabytes by 2018 – that’s 10 times the mobile data consumed on the network at the end of 2013. HPE and Intel say open, standards-based NFV is the key to transforming networks and building ecosystems that can handle the demand.
Verizon’s SDN-NFV Reference Architecture document, OpenStack's latest code release, VMware & Brocade hired by SmartSky, and more.
Amazon is still a speck on the horizon, though.
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Telcos looking at virtualization can look to where it's been done before.
This will be the Year of the Hybrid Cloud.
DPDK is now the open source framework for high-performance packet processing.
It's make-or-break time for commercial virtualization.