• Do you think UC will become SDN’s killer app?

    Kate Gerwig540 pointsBadges:
  • SDN promises real-time UC app, network dialog

    The promise of SDN for real-time communications is to give UC apps the network paths and priority they need to eliminate performance problems ---- and development is part way there.

    Kate Gerwig540 pointsBadges:
  • What is OpenDaylight’s SDN Interface application?

    OpenDaylight developer Rafat Jahan explains OpenDaylight's SDNi application as it relates to the release of Helium, the organization's second open source project.

    ITKE356,200 pointsBadges:
  • Brocade SDN and NFV could replace routers with standard x86 boxes

    In the Brocade SDN and NFV story, service providers and enterprises will trade in physical routers and network service appliances for virtual machines running on x86 servers, managed by SDN controllers and OpenStack.

    rivkalittle1,465 pointsBadges:
  • New NFV vendor ecosystem, usual suspects: Cisco, Juniper ALU, HP

    HP, Cisco, Juniper and ALU are forging a new NFV vendor ecosystem, each releasing portfolios that marry SDN and NFV for dynamic service provisioning.

    rivkalittle1,465 pointsBadges:
  • Extreme Networks SDN platform gets Skype for Business support

    The latest version of the Extreme Networks SDN platform uses OpenDaylight to prioritize Skype for Business video conferencing.

    Gina Narcisi2,565 pointsBadges:
  • The notion of intelligent networks shifts as Cisco addresses SDN

    Cisco's application-centric infrastructure strategy is Intelligent Network version 2.0 in every sense of the word, writes Keith Townsend.

    keith1135 pointsBadges:
  • News recap: 2015 global SDN implementations vary

    In telecom news, IDT Telecom is the first U.S. carrier to directly connect to Cuba after the FCC approved its Cuba telecom deal; meanwhile a new TechTarget survey found differences in SDN implementations by region.

    Katherine Finnell645 pointsBadges:
  • If you had to invest in SDN or network virtualization today, would you choose VMware or Cisco?

    mailme70 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco SDN vs. VMware network virtualization: Explore the differences

    Two viable SDN options -- Cisco SDN and VMware network virtualization -- have emerged, but the two are starkly different. Here's how to compare the two.

    mailme70 pointsBadges:

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