Short-term subscription financing has been available for networking software, but it’s more rare for networking hardware.
New ZTE exec to battle public policy issues; Avaya gets a new CEO as it tries to emerge from bankruptcy.
Extreme's buying binge includes Zebra, Avaya, and Brocade assets.
Avaya is taking data center ‘clean room’ models and applying them to the campus.
Extreme recently also announced it was buying Avaya's networking assets.
It's eliminated the need for Avaya’s Open Network Adapter.
Extreme believes the deal will generate a minimum of $200M in revenue for fiscal 2018.
The company needs to break from its hardware-centric past.
To serve IoT, SDN will need to grow out.
Dell's post-EMC lineup, plus headlines from RSA.
VMware shuffles execs and ponders vCloud Air's future, all in advance of VMworld.
Steel ORCA has eventual plans for Avaya's Fx architecture for SDN.
Avaya is building its own SDN controller using its in-house Fabric Connect with the OpenDaylight framework.
A number of authors claim that SDN is dead. Interestingly enough these same authors then go on to call for SDN 2.0 as if history won't repeat itself.
Our Weekly Roundup for Friday, September 12 brings you news on many 'firsts:' virtualized content caching, OSS as a service, and a new OpenFlow-enabled SDN product for Microsoft Lync.