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Intel Ups Investment in OpenDaylight SDN, NFV Effort

The chip maker, which sees SDN and NFV as growth areas in the data center, is now a Platinum member of the vendor-based consortium it helped found.

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Open Source License, Product or Community?

SDNCentral: OpenDaylight Executive Director Neela Jacques writes about how companies can approach the decision to open source a product.

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Red Hat, Huawei Partner on OpenStack for NFV

The two tech vendors see the OpenStack solution as an ideal platform for telecommunications vendors that want to bring NFV to their networks.

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Juniper Embraces Linux for Junos and Open Compute for New Switch

Juniper's JUNOS operating system gets a Linux treatment as networking vendor also embraces the open-source hardware model...

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Defining Software Defined Networking: Part 1

The New Stack: Thomas S. Kuhn, in his highly-influential work ‘The Structure of Scientific Revolutions’, defines the term paradigm as “universally recognized scientific achievements that, for a time, provide model problems and solutions for a community of researchers. Going by this, categorizing Software Defined Networking (SDN) as a “new networking paradigm’ may not be an overstatement. 

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