Hewlett Packard Enterprise is developing an SD-WAN offering for service providers to host for their enterprise customers. The SD-WAN is based on HPE’s ContexNet technology obtained from last
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In previous articles I discussed how SD-WAN is an attractive step forward from simple IPsec VPNs as well as multi-vendor, multi-technology hybrid WANs, driving new functionality and quality
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Juniper Networks has allied with Chinese IT stalwart Lenovo to build converged, hyperconverged, and hyperscale data center infrastructure products for the enterprise and webscale markets. The non-exclusive arrangement
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News this morning that Cumulus Networks’ CEO and co-founder is stepping aside to give someone else a go at the role. JR Rivers, the incumbent CEO and one
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In a convincing example of the viability of open source networking, cloud provider DreamHost saved 70% in capital and 40% in operational costs by replacing VMware’s NSX SDN
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Hewlett Packard Enterprise will enter the fast-growing but crowded market for hyperconverged systems with a new product that it plans to unveil this month. CEO Meg Whitman spilled
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With traditional network infrastructure, services have been tied to dedicated hardware devices. Network functions virtualization (NFV) changes this paradigm by decoupling the network functions from the underlying hardware
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Cisco this week introduced a software-driven architecture designed to extend policy throughout an enterprise wired and wireless network, from branch to edge to core. Cisco’s Digital Network Architecture
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Martin Casado’s decision to leave VMware was simply a desire to move on and not an indication of turbulence with company strategy, direction or product traction, observers say.
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The days of unlimited wireless data were thought to be over. Too many mobile subscribers, and not enough bandwidth to go around had Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) clawing
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