In SDN/NFV news this week: Cumulus shows its worth, Dell tests its NFV worthiness, Brocade hires another Cisco executive, and OpenDaylight picks a new board member.
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.
This week's Interop-heavy roundup includes the 'Open Cloud Project,' new switches, a new SDN architecture, and new partner programs. Plus, find out who went home with the Best of Interop Grand Prize.
Google, Amazon, and Cisco elbow each other in cloud services; a big name leaves Facebook; Cumulus' bare-metal switches score a victory; and the Linux Foundation studies the benefits of collaboration.
Check out our Weekly Roundup for Friday, March 21. This SDNCentral Roundup includes news on an SDN-based IP and optical network, WAN optimization for the cloud, and a new way for operators to build their own content delivery networks using SDN.
This week: Tons of OFC news including Intel's 800G cables, Coriant's product plans, and MRV's HTML5-based service delivery software, plus the 'first' cloud-based load balancer and the SDN angle on this year's Best of Interop nominees.
A busy week in SDN and NFV, thanks to the Open Networking Summit. In addition to Infonetics' analysis of a slow Q4 for routers and switches, we have items from Coho Data, CPLane, Freescale, Infinera, Netronome, NTT Communications, Pluribus, and...
At Mobile World Congress, everybody loves Telefonica; Martin Casado tells RSA about security's Goldilocks zone; Napatech and VSS Monitoring advance network monitoring; Europe gets more bare-metal switching; storage gets a 'brain-inspired' data plane.
Check out our Weekly Roundup for Friday, February 21. We’ve got information on an upcoming NFV demo at Mobile World Congress, new upgrades and platforms for network visibility, and a new reference architecture for building cloud platforms.
Oracle gets cozy with Microsoft Azure; Cisco's earnings dip, and they're going to stay that way for a while; Guavus goes virtual; Midokura offers a free handout; Pertino is out of beta.
The implications of Microsoft's cloudy new CEO; more pressure on Juniper from Elliott Management; NEC gives part of ProgrammableFlow to OpenDaylight; Big Switch adds another former Juniper exec.
IBM considers a $1 billion SDN sale (or maybe not); VMware collects more NSX customers; Mellanox tries something new with its Ethernet chip; the ONF expands its OpenFlow testing.
The ONF adds wireless networks to its purview; EMC makes a pretty obvious cloud decision; Pluribus grows up a little more; SDN seeks its Charles de Gaulle.
A departure in the Marvell family; Egenera finds the SDN world waking up to Microsoft; Freescale open-sources a controller; and OpenDaylight adds members and contemplates what comes after Hydrogen.
VMware finally gets a CTO, a year after Steve Herrod left; Cyan and Procera won't bring post-holiday cheer to Q4 results; CloudNFV expands its potential 'as-a-service' arsenal; Microsoft might have blade servers up its sleeve.