Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Thursday, June 13, 2024

SDN

Why Go Out the NSX Limb? That’s Where the Fruit Is

Gartner identified it as one of the top 10 strategic technology trends to watch in 2015. IDC estimated the market will reach $8 billion by 2018. HP found a 222 percent ROI ...Full Article

CERN to Deploy Brocade’s OpenFlow SDN

Software-defined networking technology got a boost this week with a new and demanding use case: uncovering the secrets of the universe. Networking equipment vendor Brocade Communication Systems said it ...Full Article

AT&T Looks to Cut Network Storage Costs

Big network operators like telecommunications and cable carriers are looking for ways to manage storage costs as data volumes grow and applications like streaming video begin to dominate datacenter ...Full Article

OpenDaylight Project Releases SDN Upgrade

The OpenDaylight Project designed to accelerate the rollout of software-defined networking announced its third SDN software release along with the formation of a 12-member industry advisory group. The project ...Full Article

Dell Moves to Push SDN to the Cloud

Dell said this week it is partnering with up-and-coming software-defined networking specialist Pluribus Networks to accelerate SDN adoption in the cloud. The partners said Thursday (June 11) they would ...Full Article

Hybrid WAN Startup CloudGenix Raises $25M

Along with most everything else in the datacenter, networks, including hybrid wide-area networks, are increasingly being managed by software. That software-defined approach has attracted the attention of investors who ...Full Article

Robbins Succeeds Chambers at Cisco

Chuck Robbins, a 17-year veteran of Cisco Systems, was named Monday (May 4) to succeed Silicon Valley icon John Chambers as CEO of the global networking giant. Robbins' ascension ...Full Article

Dell Brings Multi-Rate Switching to the Datacenter

Dell rolled out a series of "open networking" switches and platforms for software-defined datacenters this week designed to widened the data pipe to as much as 100-GbE switching speeds. ...Full Article

Freescale Targets SDN With Switching Platform

Software-defined networks are getting a nudge from hardware vendors, including chipmakers. With an eye toward advancing SDN deployments that are expected to ramp up this year, Freescale Semiconductor introduced ...Full Article

Cisco Bolsters SDN Push with Embrane Deal

Cisco Systems launched its software-defined networking protocol called OpFlex last year as a counter to OpenFlow, a move that drew a growing list of partners. Among them is Embrane ...Full Article
Page 3 of 512345
EnterpriseAI