It's a cloudy future for HP.
ONOS' latest revision, named Cardinal, is the latest stop in the open-source project's quest to bring SDN to the carrier market.
Glue Networks dives deeper into the SD-WAN with Gluware 2.0
The deal is done: Intel will buy Altera for $16.7 billion.
Not surprisingly, Rob Lloyd and Gary Moore are leaving Cisco.
As IT vendors like HP move into telecom, Nokia wants in on the data center business.
Jennifer Rexford and Nick McKeown have kicked off what could be the next generation of SDN.
Executive moves at Cisco and Ruckus, new training at Juniper, and a DevOps-minded monitoring startup.
VMware's NSX and Midokura's MidoNet need hardware endpoints. Why not white boxes?
A chip powerhouse is in the making, as brash, independent Broadcom has accepted a deal to join forces with Avago.
Rumors of a monster chip deal run counter to Broadcom's personality — but times do change.
Following HP's purchase of Aruba, Meru finds a new home.
Self-organized or self-optimized — either way, Nokia wants the cellular network to be more flexible.
HP's NFV ambitions lead it to acquire early SDN startup ConteXtream.
Even the biggest of enterprise applications can be run from the cloud, Virtustream says.