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SDN Vendor PLUMgrid is No More; Some Assets Acquired by VMware

A VMware spokesperson told EnterpriseNetworkingPlanetthat on Friday December 16, VMware acquired certain IP assets from the company and that a number of the PLUMgrid employees have now joined VMware. PLUMgrid founder Pere Monclus wrote in a blog post that, the company, "will be starting a new...
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AT&T: Domain 2.0 has upset vendors' business models, says Prabhu

AT&T's creation of the Domain 2.0 program, which is driven by the implementation of software-defined networks (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV), is causing the telecom equipment industry to rethink how they deliver products and services. The telco's initiative has driven all of...
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Communication Service Providers Seek Virtualization Interoperability for All

To improve profitability, time to market and performance, service providers and their enterprise customers want proven interoperability between disparate vendors' virtualization products, especially as these environments become more pervasive and sophisticated. Tier 1 service providers such as AT...
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AT&T ECOMP initiative leans on DCAE for SDN, NFV goals

AT&T detailed the DCAE work within its ECOMP initiative as key to its goal of tapping SDN and NFV for greater control over network resources AT&T’s push into gaining software control of its network has led to a number of innovations for the telecom space, with one of the more recent...
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SDN-Powered Platform Helps Providers Quickly Monetize New Services

Communication service providers face stagnating revenues, increasing expenditures, and tough competition from cloud and over-the-top (OTT) service providers. Network functions virtualization (NFV) and software-defined networking (SDN) are opening the way to increased efficiency and reduced costs,...
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SD-WAN Demands Different Network Monitoring

ThousandEyes, a company that does network monitoring, says software-defined wide-area networking (SD-WAN) is making visibility more difficult, so it has created agent-to-agent tests to make it easier to pinpoint issues in both the forward and reverse paths. SD-WAN is becoming a popular technology...
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Ciena Intros Blue Planet DevOps Toolkit for SDN/NFV

Ciena introduced its Blue Planet DevOps Toolkit to help network operators speed up the creation and delivery of new on-demand, virtualized services within their SDN and NFV enabled networks. The kit consists of a set of software development tools and community resources that allow operators to...
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Rise of Open Cloud Architecture and Over-the-Top (OTT) Network Services

To meet greater traffic demands and lower operating costs, some of the world’s largest service providers today are looking at open source software to deliver new network services using OpenStack and Linux containers. In a panel on ‘Rise of Open Cloud Architectures and Over-the-Top Network Services...
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Netronome Integrates P4 and C Programming on Production Server NICs

Netronome introduced a P4 and C compliant Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for dynamically programming new networking capabilities on its Agilio CX and LX family of intelligent server adapters (ISAs). The news is significant because bringing SDN capabilities into a server NIC could help...
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Facebook Lauds Terragraph Cost Savings

Facebook says its Terragraph system could revolutionize service provider economics, insisting the cost point it is targeting for the wireless technology is "significantly" less than that of rival connectivity solutions. Announced last month, Terragraph uses unlicensed spectrum in the 60GHz range to...
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