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March 03, 2017
In SDN news, Versa Networks announces SD-WAN that supports IPv6, and ONUG releases the speaker lineup for its upcoming spring conference, hosted in San Francisco on April 25-26.
January 12, 2017
One SDN blogger discusses I2RS, a hybrid model of SDN in the works, while another expert categorizes NFV and SDN vendors. Also, ONF updates its vision after its merge with ON.Lab.
September 22, 2016
SDN market-watchers discussed Project Boulder's SDN interoperability trial, nine good reasons to buy white box switches and Riverbed's latest SD-WAN strategy.
March 29, 2016
In this roundup of notable blog posts from around the Web, one analyst says SD-WAN could render certain NFV services irrelevant; another has advice for green networking pros.
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In this week's SDN blogs, experts talk about the scalability of overlay networks and ask questions about SD WAN, and an open source SDN website is launched. Continue Reading
Open Networking Summit panelists say the networking industry must embrace open source and open communities. Continue Reading
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Service providers can increase network automation using SDN and NFV next-generation infrastructure for enterprise service options by exposing secure network APIs. Continue Reading
LTE is growing fast, but so are the network management challenges that come along with it. SDN LTE could be the game changer, bringing centralized control for a simpler network. Continue Reading
At the Open Networking User Group meeting next week, IT execs will tell vendors what they want from SDN and network programmability; will they listen? Continue Reading