Juniper has joined Facebook’s Telecom Infra Project.
Juniper connects the purchase with its NorthStar controller.
Service providers can use BTI's optical platform to also virtualize some central office functions.
HP selling? EMC buying? This week's roundup digs into the rumor mill.
In this SDxCentral Weekly News Roundup -- Citrix acquired Sanbolic and speculation about what company might be next, EMC restructures RSA.
In this week's roundup: Tech breakup season, Q3 warnings from Juniper and Riverbed, some OpenStack love for Big Switch, and an update from one of those Docker startups.
The Open Networking User Group welcomes new board members to help drive SDN and NFV deployments, while Array Networks and Penguin Computing release new products.
In this week's SDN-related news: Meg Whitman takes the chair at HP; VMware expands its cloud reach in Asia, while BTI does the same in Europe; and Juniper and A10 separately gear up to fight DDoS attacks.
In this week's roundup: the Cisco/Rackspace theory that just won't die, Midokura's adventures in partner-hunting, and IBM's plan to throw $3B in the general direction of the cloud.
In this week's SDN/NFV news roundup: Telefónica wants NFV 'instantly,' OpenDaylight gets bigger, Cisco gains even more bragging rights, and Ericsson makes a move on the server market.
In this week's news: BTI gets a CEO; ConteXtream and Guavus team up; Huawei starts an OpenDaylight testing center in Shenzhen; and OpenDaylight offers student internships for the summer.
Telecom equipment vendor BTI had an eventful 2013 as it started targeting data-center interconnect and plowed money into R&D. Now the company has another infusion of cash, its third since 2010, as it tries to keep its growth trending upward.
The metro is seeing tremendous traffic growth; cloud, content and service providers need visibility into apps; and the cost/revenue curves in today’s networks stink. Given those factors, how can service providers use integration to wring some...
Extreme and Enterasys try their hand at consolidation, but is it enough? (Hint: No.) Also, the OpenDaylight Project offers a wider peek at its first release, two 'open' SDN-related groups team up, and BTI gets an intriguing new customer.