Hopefully there’s enough good will built up in open source groups to survive the actions of governments during these times.
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Vendors that want to sell to Telefónica’s Unica must get their VNFs certified and comply with OSM.
Ankur Singla says that solving business problems has more value than simply selling a technology.
The company rolled out its first PaaS and SaaS products at its .NEXT conference.
Union leaders lash out at CenturyLink's CEO Glen Post, but it's likely the layoffs come from former Level 3 executives who are taking over leadership of the company.
Arista reported excellent earnings for its Q1 2018, but Wall Street, with its insatiable appetite, is concerned the company's growth rates are slowing.
The data center giant also added private, direct connections to Microsoft Azure cloud services in Miami and Paris.
Juniper has been quelling concerns about cloud providers' transition from MX to PTX routers. The company now says a lot of that transition is behind it, and the math starts to work in its favor in 2019.
The ODTN project has some overlap with OpenConfig and TIP, but differs from the AT&T-led OpenROADM project.
During his Dell Technologies World keynote, Gelsinger detailed the company’s “vision for the future of networking.” That future looks like NSX.
The company is using SDN technology to combine service edge routers for Ethernet and IP-based services. Software control will come from a single common compute platform based on x86 architecture.
The company has developed Ethernet switch chips for data centers. It competes against Broadcom, Barefoot, and Cavium.
When asked what superhero they want their future network to be associated with, respondents’ No. 1 pick was the Hulk.
Big Switch’s data center monitoring fabric will add support for public cloud environments including AWS and Azure later this year.
Automation and virtualization reduce costs and time to market for new services. And software allows companies to moving to an “everything-as-a-service” business model.