Brocade Outlines SDN Powered Strategy, Touts AWS, Rackspace Wins

Brocade's future growth plans increasingly take it to Cisco's turf. Software defined networking and data center orchestration may determine whether Brocade gets a larger piece of the market.

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Juniper Throws Its Hat Into the Open-Source SDN Ring

Juniper announced the commercial availability of its Juniper Contrail SDN and its open- source counterpart. Project Daylight, it's open-source SDN rival, would love to integrate it.

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OpenDaylight SDN Opens the Curtains on Its Initial Release

The open-source, Software-Defined Networking project, OpenDaylight, is starting to reveal features in its first release.

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OpenDaylight Developer Spotlight: Colin Dixon

OpenDaylight is an open source software project focused on advancing Software-Defined Networking (SDN). The Developer Spotlight blog series profiles the people who are contributing to the project. Colin Dixon is a computer systems researcher at IBM Research's Austin Lab. His research interests are broadly in systems, spanning networks, distributed systems, operating systems and security with an emphasis on building real, secure, reliable and efficient computer systems. 

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New Penguin Arctica Switches Have Built-in Cumulus Linux

Today Penguin Computing announced its new Arctica line of Ethernet network switches, the first products on the market with Cumulus Linux pre-installed. The network world is moving from proprietary network stacks to an open ecosystem that offers more choice, cost-effectiveness and flexibility. Within this ecosystem our native Linux distribution Cumulus Linux...

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