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“Open Network Linux” Could Boost Viability of Bare Metal Switches

The Facebook-led Open Compute Project has spent the past year building an “open” switch that can boot nearly any type of networking software, giving customers more alternatives to proprietary switch vendors like Cisco. Intel, Broadcom, Mellanox, and Cumulus Networks jumped on board last November, contributing specifications and software that will bring the project closer to a finished design. They weren’t alone, though: Software-defined networking vendor Big Switch Networks in January donated...

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Dell Goes Big into SDN

New switch and fabric designed for high density SDN, NFV, and cloud solutions...

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Reflections on a Year Inside the OpenDaylight Project

Over the past year, I have had the great honor of serving as the chair of the Technical Steering Committee (TSC) of theOpenDaylight Project (ODP), an open-source project which is comprised of a community of incredibly talented people who are singularity focused on building an industry-standard, open-source infrastructure for software-defined networking (SDN). 

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Do Users Want Freedom from Vendors, or Freedom and Vendors?

  Do you want free software or do you want supported, enterprise grade software? Many people think that’s the question. It’s not. Like all data geeks we wanted to understand the appetite by the networking industry for open source SDN and NFV, so the OpenDaylight Project commissioned a report from Gigaom Research that was made available today. 

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OpenDaylight Developer Spotlight: Madhusudhan Ananderi Kandadai

Madhusudhan Ananderi Kandadai is pursuing his Masters in Telecommunication and Systems Management at Northeastern University, Boston and will graduate in December 2014. He is currently interning with Ericsson, San Jose and a member of the OpenDaylight integration team that designs and implements test cases, and manages work activities in collaboration with different vendors. 

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