Carriers and vendors should think about the potential competitive value of the MEF's Carrier Ethenet Certified Professional program.
Leading Lights hopefuls now have until September 4 to submit their entries.
Every now and then, engineers open up their wiring closets and find strange things.
US MSOs capture 20% Ethernet market share, install more Ethernet ports than incumbent telcos.
Time is running out…
400Gbit/s bandwidth granularity is not only feasible, but already useful today.
Just what is Carrier SDN and how is it different from Transport SDN?
Outages have hit Amazon and Google – should we be afraid? Should we be very afraid?
The move to IPv6 isn't an easy one, but those sticking with IPv4 are on board a sinking ship.
Prism fallout! Oracle, IBM and EMC are set to be investigated over security concerns in China.
Does Level 3's new leadership understand what the old guard didn't – that acquisitions and bandwidth band-aids won't heal its financial wounds?
Transition to SDN/NFV represents competitive opening for networking vendor against Cisco and Juniper.
The numbers look impressive, but the growth projections are tempered, thousands of jobs are being cut, and investors are nervous.
Where did it all go wrong? And what's going to happen in the next 10 years?
DukeNet is exploring how SDN can revamp its service assurance, traffic analysis and provision new services
Out with the old, in with the new Light Reading
Cable operators now account for about a quarter of the US Ethernet services market, finds new report
Vendor teams with major research networks on prototype SDN WAN for operators to test
Vendor says carrier customers are clamoring for virtualized technology and will begin testing immediately