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GUEST OPINION: While the rapid advance of 5G communications delivers comprehensive benefits for communication service providers (CSPs), the new technology also presents challenges in security and cost.

Published in Guest Opinion

Hobart-based Internet service provider TasmaNet has launched its eastern seaboard cloud node, based in Sydney, delivering “enhanced access” to its core private cloud platform.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

ISG Provider Lens report says companies accelerated SDN deployments to increase network capacity and cloud-based resources for remote work, supply chain and logistics challenges

Data and analytics company GlobalData has issued a warning to Australian telcos that "software-defined networking, intense competition and price erosion" means data and IP market revenue is forecast to "decline at a CAGR of 1.3% from 2017 to 2022".

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The successful demonstration of "the disaggregation of time-critical PON functions" means that "operators looking to quickly and cost-effectively deliver new 5G services are today a step closer to being able to do so", according to the Broadband Forum and NTT.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Wednesday, 09 May 2018 23:21

Nutanix goes SDN, SaaS and PaaS

Hyperconverged infrastructure provider Nutanix has released three new products in areas as diverse as SDN, database management, and multi-cloud management.

Published in Cloud
Friday, 06 April 2018 17:51

FPGAs play an interesting role in Azure

You might be surprised to learn the part FPGAs are playing in Azure's hardware.

Published in Cloud
Monday, 14 August 2017 16:10

Big Switch Networks automates SDN

Big Switch Networks aims to bring velocity to data centres, explained vice-president of product management and chief product officer Prashant Gandhi, especially when it comes to security, provisioning and other traditionally highly manual tasks.

Published in Networking
Wednesday, 09 November 2016 22:37

Software-defined networking a trend of the future

Software-defined networking has come into vogue because of the growth of the cloud and is one of the waves of the future, according to Olaf Kirch, vice-president of R&D at SUSE Linux.

Published in Enterprise Cloud
Monday, 10 October 2016 17:06

Big Switch – like name, like nature

Big Switch leads the way in software-defined networking (SDN), a disruptor to traditional networking as it has “abstracted” software (it decouples what the hardware has to do) from the hardware (switches, etc.).

Published in Networking

Megaport, the company founded by high-profile serial entrepreneur Bevan Slattery, is to use its SDN-based elastic fabric interconnection solution to power Digital Realty’s Service Exchange, a solution designed to simplify global data centre and cloud interconnection.

Published in Data Centres

Although the still unfinished 5G standard is all telcos want to talk about, AT&T says its LTE-A network will eventually hit speeds of 1Gbps.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
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Thursday, 11 August 2016 11:06

Juniper Networks celebrates 20 years

Juniper Networks has celebrated 20 years in the network industry. It has come a long way since its original intention to was to build the fastest router.

Published in Networking
Tuesday, 31 May 2016 10:52

Optus on Cloud-N with new SDN release

Optus has released a new software-defined networking (SDN) solution it has dubbed Cloud-N.

Published in Cloud

It has been three decades since the global storage market’s last major transition from tape-based storage to disk-based storage. Now a similar shift is taking place from disk-based storage to flash-based storage and an interesting juncture is expected to play out over the next couple of years as disruptive technologies emerge and become established.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise and NEC have extended their their strategic alliance and will work together on SDN (software defined networking) development.

Published in Deals

The agreement expands on a multi-year joint development in SDN, and extends the partnership ‘to deliver improved networking options to enterprise customers across key regions’

Published in Networking

IoT is passe. The big thing today is SDN - or software defined networking - and Microsoft turned to Linux to enable it.

Published in The Linux Distillery
Saturday, 27 February 2016 14:02

OpenFlow, SDN, and Brocade

Brocade ‘Solutioneer’ Peter Moyer has more than 15 years’ experience with IP and MPLS networking. He has Cisco CCIE#3286 and Juniper JNCIE #2 certifications and can speak geek – most of the time.

Published in Networking

Brocade provides networks – things that join computers to servers, to clouds, to the world. As networks grow the levels of sophistication grow.

Published in Networking
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