Happy Friday, everyone! Miss the news? Don’t worry, the SDxCentral weekly news roundup is here to deliver the news bits surrounding software-defined networking (SDN), network functions virtualization (NFV), and more. Get ready, ‘cuz it’s coming atcha:
Pivotal welcomed Rob Mee as its new CEO after announcing it experienced one of the best quarters in the company’s brief tenure. Departing CEO Paul Maritz will remain on the board of directors as executive chairman.
Genband’s virtualized session border controller (SBC) now integrates with Wind River’s Titanium Server NFV infrastructure platform. The new deployment lets service providers offer SIP trunking, voice over LTE, and IP interconnects in an NFV cloud environment.
Telefónica picked Alcatel-Lucent to provide routers for the three-year Fusion Red IP project. The first global transformation project of its kind conducted by the service provider will begin in in the coming months in Murcia, Spain.
Here’s what else SDxCentral covered lately:
- Brocade Q3 Buoyed by Routers and Service Providers
- HP Reports a Downer Q3 as the Company Prepares to Split
- At Sigcomm, Google Gives a Tour of Its Home-Grown Network
- Mirantis Raises Another $75M but Isn’t Talking About It
- Metaswitch Calico Grows Up a Little
- ARM Counters Intel With an IoT Party of Its Own
- Intel Developer Forum Gets Overrun by IoT
- Platform9 Raises $10M, Integrates With vSphere
- AT&T Picks a Virtual Session Border Controller
- Big Switch’s ‘Hyperscale For All’ Journey Continues with Big Cloud Fabric 3.0
- IO Visor Adds Pop to the Linux Kernel