As if VXLAN needed another rival. But labeled BGP, ancient by SDN standards, has carrier appeal, Pica8 claims.
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Another partnership between the two giants, this time targeting telco-managed security.
Juniper, DevOps, and RSA itself — it’s a packed week at the annual security confab.
VMware continues to build out its own container infrastructure, including a container-optimized spin on Linux.
Broadcom is announcing a new version of its Trident II Ethernet switch chip family today, with one notable feature being improved performance for VXLAN and other tunneling protocols. The StrataXGS Trident-II+, a drop-in replacement for the Trident II, arrives as Broadcom tries to spread its Ethernet switch franchise into new areas. The recently announced StrataDNX Read more >
The Googles and Facebooks aren’t necessarily set in their choices of Ethernet switches.
Nokia shoots and scores, with assists from Sprint and the French government.
Big names, big money, but few details on an actual product.
Well, that was quick. Two days after rumors started, Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent announce a $16.6B hookup.
A megamerger could be trouble for Ericsson and even for Juniper.