The ODL crowd broke out of Silicon Valley to bring their annual summit to the software mecca of Bellevue, Wash.
Nutanix IPO trades at $33.74 midway through its IPO day Friday, more than double the $16 initial price.
Service providers are jumping on the SD-WAN bandwagon but are they ready to put MPLS revenues as risk?
Adds eight new regions, 1,000 new people and a silly rebranding.
Launches a 5,000-person business unit focused on AI with Microsoft Research veteran Harry Shunn at the helm.
Nokia anticipates private LTE networks getting bigger with its updated Cloud Packet Core system.
EarthLink is aiming to help business customers optimize their networks and improve customer experience with SD-WAN.
Andrew Dugan, Level 3 group vice president of global technology and IT, says enterprises need more bandwidth and they need it faster and with greater security, but they want to spend less, if possible. They are looking to carriers to reduce their network complexity and help protect them from cyberattacks as well.
Chinese cloud giant already leveraging OpenDaylight controllers in multiple ways, including DCI and virtual firewall scaling.
Company's modeling shows it will need 80% more network capacity for data than it has today, enterprise exec tells ODL Summit.
Helps enterprise apps scale, load-balance and achieve cloud vendor independence.
Like Amazon before it, Twitter's core strength might be its platform rather than the service it's best known for.
Ciena CEO Gary Smith is planning on doubling the size of its India workforce to address new demands.
Relaunching the e-commerce cloud following acquisition of Demandware in June.
More service providers than ever before are battling it out to win a slice of what is now a $40 billion global communications services pie, explains Ovum Principal Analyst David Molony.
Connecting collaboration and Internet of Things tools in the face of cloud threats.
Level 3 finds enterprise security managers who believe firewalls can save them are getting some nasty surprises.
Data center player jumps into booming market for hybrid cloud connections with what it believes is a better exchange.
Three key takeaways from the Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) Congress in Munich, Germany.
Service providers can't compete with OTT players. It just isn't in their DNA. Instead, service providers need to embrace what they're good at -- providing reliable, secure connectivity.
A rich array of network connections are what drives the value of its data centers, executives say.
Microsoft is partnering to comply with local data sovereignty regulations – in other words, hang a 'keep out' sign for foreign snooping.
The network isn't being commoditized by the cloud, in fact more VPNs and security services are needed now for cloud and IoT.
Nutanix has filed for its long-anticipated public offering, with hopes to rake in $209 million.
Long-time mobile edge computing proponent Nokia expands its MEC as it chases enterprise customers.
Deal will end Infoblox's four-year run as a publicly listed company and is expected to drive enterprise adoption of its security offerings.
Nokia is plotting a much bigger role in the enterprise sector of the global communications market.
Oracle barely shows up on the charts of biggest IaaS providers. The vendor is looking to change that.
Startup Palerra provides software to control access to and secure cloud applications.
It's really as bad as you think regarding security in the world of NFV and SDN – and the problem is being made worse by VNFs, said panelists at NFV & Carrier SDN in Denver this week.
We spent two fantastic days at our NFV & Carrier SDN conference in Denver, getting our fix of virtualization chat in the 'Mile High City.' But we had some fun too...
TCP Cloud will help Mirantis provide continuous updates to open source infrastructure software.
Digital technologies are driving business transformation in every sector of the economy.
The popular note-taking service is looking to Google to provide scalability, security, flexibility and agility, as well as machine learning tools to benefit Evernote users.
After running an SD-WAN service for most of a year, the service provider finds that customer reality is different from initial expectations.
Businesses are swamped by network complexity and chaos, but service providers can tame that for them, says Andrew Dugan.
Even CEO Lloyd Carney says the announcement is overdue by a year.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Telenor begins selling its stake in VimpelCom; Agama joins the RDK club; smartphones in space! (well, quite high up anyway).
Added 33,000 virtual servers without increasing sysadmin headcount.
Vendor's white box solution adds ability to mix and match physical and virtual functions at the edge.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Ericsson and ZTE display their wares in Amsterdam; Nokia's not leaving Nigeria; CityFibre does fiber-to-the-pier.
AT&T's former security guru is taking his expertise to a much broader audience – and this time he's giving it away.
Google and Box have struck a relationship that might baffle those with a legacy view of the world.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: EU to relax network access rules; Virgin buys Arqiva; Ericsson partners with Google on Android TV; Bouygues goes with Mitel for UC.
The deal will improve HPE's focus on 'hybrid IT,' which includes multi-cloud, edge, software-defined infrastructure and the traditional data center.
Achieving QoE is a complicated process that should start with a complete rethink of how a network should be measured, followed by the development of a QoE policy.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Orange trials all-IP PSTN in Poland; Telecom Italia boss defends monster remuneration; Microsoft opens UK data centers.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: big guns take aim at 5G; Sky prepares for IPv6; Facebook reshuffles in Europe; EE gets Cat 9 ready.
Huawei unveils new products to help operators take advantage of on-demand opportunities.
Before tech can be cool, it has to be normal, says Global Capacity VP of Marketing Mary Stanhope as she calls on the industry to ditch preconceptions.
The Chinese equipment vendor reckons dozens of vertical markets are on the cusp of embracing cloud technology.
Top speed through Las Vegas for two intense days of VMworld 2016.
The Chinese equipment behemoth will take a year longer than originally planned to make $10 billion from enterprise sales, a leading executive has revealed.
OpenStack needs improved stability, SDN support, performance and security to become carrier-ready, an AT&T executive says.