A rumor that Juniper tried to sell off some enterprise assets isn't all that surprising
Vendor's IP division is getting ready to join the network functions virtualization (NFV) debate – and you remember the TiMetra name, right?
While talking to Bob Metcalfe, we shot a few of the sites around Palo Alto's historic research lab
Former Vodafone executive Michel Combes will take the reins at Alcatel-Lucent on April 1
Network functions virtualization will be a very real topic at Mobile World Congress
As Mobile World Congress approaches and more and more operators launch LTE services, the 4G roaming hubs vie for operator attention
Chinese vendor provides details of its SoftCOM strategy, which involves an initial focus on specific network elements and the unveiling of some unnecessary nomenclature
Industry report suggests backhaul investments won't meet capacity requirements, with Asia/Pacific operators facing the biggest crunch
Network monitoring might provide Arista with another way to battle Cisco hegemony, but what about the companies that are already there?
Bob Metcalfe didn't get asked to be on the cake and ice cream committee, but he'll help discuss innovation when Ethernet's birthday comes around in May
A report out of France says the AlcaLu board will have Ben Verwaayen step down in May
Sonus Networks, often tossed around in M&A rumors, is likely not a target for Cisco, says one analyst
Analysts believe Acme Packet will give Oracle some street smarts in the mobile packet core and network functions virtualization/software-defined networking sectors
Cisco lets loose with a string of software-defined networking announcements as the company looks to stay ahead of the coming transition
Tellabs had a tough 2012 so is slimming down further, and focusing on SDN, in an effort to make 2013 its turnaround year