SDN

AT&T, Colt and Orange have a virtualization party

Wholesale operator Colt has claimed its position as the network for networks after doing some SDN and NFV cleverness with AT&T. Coincidentally, Orange announced the launch of an SDN project at the exact same time.

Nokia tries to reassure on SDN

Nobody doubts SDN is the future, will change the world and is a generally great thing, but does it actually work? Nokia insists it does, honest.

Bristol puts the smart cart in front of the city horse

One of the biggest criticisms from technology commentators in recent years has been the idea of innovation for the sake of innovation, but according to Bristol is Open (BiO) that isn’t necessarily a bad thing.

AT&T expands ‘Network on Demand’ to 76 new markets

AT&T has expanded its Network on Demand solutions to now include 76 countries around the world, launching into all new markets simultaneously. The new service is built on the company’s software-defined network technology, and claimed to help businesses deploy a single universal piece of equipment, choose virtualized functions and set them up in different countries. The […]

Huawei lays out 3 stage NFV roadmap

Huawei has laid out the three steps operators need to take in order to become fully cloud-enabled, laying out plans for its All Cloud strategy.

Juniper Networks buys BTI for its SDN tools

Data centre infrastructure vendor Juniper Networks is to buy BTI Systems, a specialist developer of software-defined networking (SDN) tools and networking hardware.

SDN specialist Big Switch wins $48.5M funding

Santa Clara based software defined networking vendor Big Switch Networks (BSN) has won another $48.5 million to bring its bare metal networking fabrics to new markets.

China Telecom, HPE open Beijing NFV lab

China Telecom has announced that its Beijing Research Institute has collaborated with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) to open a dedicated NFV lab in China.

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