JHComp, an ISP based in the Czech Republic, migrated from its legacy Vyatta vRouters to the 6WIND platform without having to reconfigure its SuperMicro white boxes.
6WIND has been gaining customers by offering a replacement to Brocade’s vRouter, which was purchased by AT&T and taken off the market.
Minorisa’s main reason for switching from Cisco and MikroTik to 6WIND and white box hardware was the higher throughput and the ability to transition to SDN.
EOLO built a custom SDN routing appliance for deployment at radio towers.
It added 6WIND’s vRouter to the NFV platform.
6WIND’s vRouter is based on DPDK.
VMware's head of public cloud efforts is leaving the company.
The MANO group is hosted by ETSI.
AlcaLu and Red Hat partner on this one.
Three buyout firms are competing for $4 billion worth of Dell's assets; Verizon and IBM are cloud partners.
Giddy up, y'all -- It's roundup time!
Mon Dieu! Cisco backs 6WIND.
In the transition to NFV, there are many performance bottlenecks to consider.
Cisco's French investment; Procera's new partners; Appcito's CAFE launch; and Nokia's MWC plans.
This week's roundup features news bits from Cisco on whatever became of Meraki, from Docker on structural changes, from F5 on an SDN partnership, and from 6WIND on a software IPsec gateway.