SDxCentral Weekly News Roundup — September 30, 2016
EarthLink Holdings launched a SD-WAN service.
OpenDaylight Project Gets Its 'Intel Inside' Moment
Remember 2013, when so many of us doubted OpenDaylight?
How Google Dealt with Pokémon GO Traffic 50 Times Beyond Expectations
Google Container Engine had to be upgraded on the fly.
Enterprises Flocking to Hyperconverged Infrastructure, 451 Research Says
More than 40 percent of large enterprises plan to change their IT teams...
Microsoft Plans to Build an AI Supercomputer in Azure
Satya Nadella talked big about AI, now his team gets to deliver.
Clarient Taps VMware Cloud Foundation on IBM for its Hub
Clarient’s Hub will be running on bare metal servers.
Google to Hire 1,000 People to Boost Its Cloud Business
Cloud becomes a top priority for Google.
SD-WAN Market Expected to Hit $1.3B by 2020, IHS Says
This market is still less than two years old.
Nokia Expands Cloud to Private LTE Networks
The company is aggressively going after the enterprise market.
Iron.io Spreads Serverless Functions to Every Cloud
Like AWS Lambda, but with less Amazon.
IBM's New Platform Uses Watson to Gain Insights From Data
Project DataWorks is meant to cut time spent surfing the data tsunami.
Verizon Reveals Items on Its Virtualization Roadmap
SD-WAN has been a great ice-breaker for SDN.
Nutanix IPO Gets a Price Boost
The company raised its price range to $13 to $15 in its upcoming IPO.
Level 3’s SDN Controls 75,000 Devices
The company's now developing an SD-WAN service.
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The Long Road to the Telco Cloud
Big technology shifts like cloud take at least 10 years. That’s why the shift to the telco cloud, led by NFV, will require at least a decade of...
East-West Encryption: The Next Security Frontier?
VMware says it is looking at East-West encryption inside the data center, adding another layer of security to the SDDC.
Inside the Telco NFV Cloud
The telco NFV cloud has different characteristics from the enterprise cloud – with a higher emphasis on reliability, connectivity, and specific...
Inocybe Technologies Webinar: OpenDaylight’s Evolution to Commercial-Grade Software-Defined Networking
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