Research Community Looks to Open Source SDN to Help Distribute Data from the Large Hadron Collider

Network World: When the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) starts back up in June, the data collected and distributed worldwide for research will surpass the 200 petabytes exchanged among LHC sites the last time the collider was operational.

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NFV with SDN - Tech Talks, PoCs and Demos

At last week’s NFV World Congress event in San Jose, we got a closer look at what operators want from NFV and where it intersects with SDN. Here we share highlights from a range of keynotes and tutorials to summarize their perspectives on how these two technologies complement each other. 

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How Comcast is Using OpenDaylight

Comcast joined the OpenDaylight Project today and we wanted to share how we’ve been using the OpenDaylight platform and how it fits into our long-term network direction. 

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ARM, Partners Demonstrate NFV Reference Platforms

At the NFV World Congress, ARM is teaming with Enea, Applied Micro and Netzyn to show off platforms for OPNFV and virtual set-top boxes.

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How AT&T is Using OpenDaylight

Yesterday at an event in San Jose Margaret Chiosi, distinguished network architect at AT&T Labs, shared what they’re doing with SDN and NFV on the path to Domain 2.0. 

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