SDN Still Needs a Gathering Like ONS
Valley Wonk | 4/19/2013 | 3 comments
The Open Networking Summit has climbed the hype curve, but the conference should cling to its roots as a techie discussion forum for software-defined networking
Spare a Dime for Analog?
Valley Wonk | 1/4/2013 | 1 comment
4:45 PM Sanjay Jha (formerly) of Motorola sees 4G gold in LTE-Advanced, but getting startups in on the game won't be so easy
Juniper Cracking SDN Open
Valley Wonk | 12/13/2012 | Post a comment
5:00 AM The $176M acquisition of startup Contrail looks like an attempt to create an open-source movement in software-defined networking
Buying Into the New Cisco
Valley Wonk | 12/11/2012 | Post a comment
6:00 AM For all the talk of a software-and-services makeover, Cisco might not be ready to let the switch/router market fall prey to SDN
SDN's Pragmatic Side
Valley Wonk | 10/26/2012 | 1 comment
3:35 PM Far from the years-away talk of network programmability, a couple of TelcoTV panelists discuss what SDN can do for them now
The Fabless Tab
Valley Wonk | 12/16/2011 | 2 comments
5:15 PM It was right for chip startups to stop owning manufacturing, but somehow that added up to a wrong turn
From The Founder
Networks of the future will rely on "white box" switches and servers rather than proprietary hardware and that's going to alter the shape of the communications industry. Who says so? John Chambers.
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An infographic from WhichVoip shows some of the momentum around the US Gigabit Cities movement.
BETWEEN THE CEOs - Executive Interviews
LR CEO and Founder Steve Saunders sits down with the head of Qosmos to talk about the changing state of the art in deep packet inspection technology, including its role in SDN and NFV architectures.
Chattanooga’s EPB publicly owned utility comms company has become a poster child for how to enable a local economy using next-gen networking technology. Steve Saunders, Founder of Light Reading, sits down with Harold DePriest, president and CEO of EPB, to learn how EPB is bringing big time tech to small town America.
Cats with Phones
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T-Mobile's Buy One Get One Free deal was too much for Fluffy to pass up. He decided more was more.