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Ericsson-Cisco partnership: what are the implications?
On November 9 2015, Ericsson and Cisco announced a Global Strategic Partnership to provide end-to-end CSP product and service offerings.
One in three Aussie organisations to deploy SDN
Software Defined Networking among Australian companies is set to soar, according to a new survey from KEMP Technologies.
Huawei completes SDN industry first
Huawei has completed the industry's first multi-vendor Wireless Transport SDN Proof of Concept (PoC) with the Open Networking Foundation (ONF).
Cloud migration brings automation and programmability to the forefront
"In today’s cloud environments, integration with SDN controllers and orchestration systems is not optional – it is a must have."
SDN and SD-WAN on the rise
Software-Defined Networking adoption in the data centre is gaining interest, with SD Wide-Area Networking emerging as the next wave of innovation.
Brocade partners with wireless network vendors to target universities
Brocade has introduced a new Open Mobility Solutions Programme to address advances in wireless technology and enable tertiary education customers.
SDN security: A reseller 101 for protection in a virtual world
Resellers must embrace SDN and virtual security in order to stay relevant to customers. So here's a quick 101 on securing software defined networks.
Brocade looks to dominate open source SDN market
“Open solutions like the Brocade SDN Controller 2.0 and related applications will facilitate a smooth journey to SDN.”
Fortinet offers up SDN security framework
Fortinet has announced a new 'first of its kind' SDN security framework, which it says provides advanced threat protection across the data centre.
Allied Telesis enterprise SDN solution wins top award
Allied Telesis has scooped up its second iCMG Architecture Award, this time for its Secure Enterprise SDN solution.
It's time carriers embrace opportunities from the Cloud
As enterprises embrace the cloud, carriers have an incredible opportunity to assist with migration, layer on orchestration, and differentiate services
REANNZ rolls out SDN switch, completes NZ first
"SDN is the future of networking, and a technology that REANNZ needs to be experimenting with early."
InternetNZ announces new funding for internet research
"This most recent allocation of funds shows the diversity of applications the internet has," says John Carter, InternetNZ chief executive.
Brocade tackles campus data demand with new offerings
New Brocade offerings add the ability to mix different switches in a single stack, offering Kiwi resellers plenty of benefits.
Avaya makes SDN easier at the edge
Avaya has introduced an open SDN architecture which it says is the first to deliver a ‘connect anything, anywhere’ simplicity'.
Software Defined Networking to be a billion dollar market by 2018
According to IDC the Software-Defined Networking (SDN) market will surpass the $1 billion mark by 2018 in the APEJ region alone.
Victoria University jumps on SDN bandwagon
Victoria University of Wellington is set to run a Software Defined Network (SDN) workshop for Wellington’s tech community.
Brocade offering enterprises free one-year SDN controller license
Brocade Vyatta Controller eliminates vendor lock-in, enabling customers to deliver network innovations for the new IP
SDN, IoT and the rise of the new IP
Brocade predicts that 2015 will see fundamental changes in the IT industry, driven by enterprises shifting to outsourcing.
Brocade refocusing on NZ channel partners
New Zealand has the opportunity to continue to move faster than other geographies, with that they need access to skills, understanding and partners to assist with that change.
Brocade returns to New Zealand with local appointment
Channel partners are constantly being challenged by their customers to deliver technology that offers business value (it’s no longer technology for technology’s sake) and Andy’s ability and experience in ’translating’ technology features to business values will be key.
Nuage extends SDN benefits to branch offices, Kordia onboard
The promise of SDN is trickling down to remote offices with Nuage's latest move.
New router hitches Alcatel-Lucent's future to software
The traditionally hardware focused vendor is blazing a new trail in software.