Author Archives: Roy Chua
Author Archives: Roy Chua
Try as you might, there’s no avoiding 5G (real and fake), IoT, SD-WAN, or AI.
Download a copy of this research brief aimed at providing NEPs and SIs with a practical guide on how to add value to customers with innovative hardware strategies in a software-centric world, and how differentiation can be achieved in the face of commoditization.
In 2019 SD-WAN solutions will converge toward a universal archetype.
A collaborative approach from service providers might yield better results than one that seeks to disempower the vendors.
Service meshes could displace many L4-7 networking functions. But will they?
DPDK has extended its reach beyond packet processing and could be a universal API for other acceleration functions needed for effective NFV.
Achieving standard, commodity uCPEs will be a longer journey than anticipated.
To succeed in SD-WAN, service providers will need to transform their organization and improve their selling skills. Can they do it?
Companies are rebranding their SDN products as SD-WAN, dynamic networking, agile networking, or cloud-native network to avoid being part of the SDN hype.
This new Research Brief from AvidThink is aimed at providing enterprises and service providers with a view of the challenges in modern networking, and detailed strategies on how to overcome them by laying the right foundation for network automation.
Express lanes to clouds and internet exchange points will drive the next stage of SD-WAN competition.
This new Research Brief from AvidThink delves into the evolution of the mobile network and explores new threats.
Gartner's recent 2018 Magic Quadrant report for WAN Edge Infrastructure provides a good overview of the SD-WAN market but its viewpoints may be a bit old-fashioned.
It's been more than six years since NFV became a reality but for service providers the transformation is far from over.
Google, nVidia, IBM face a new formidable AI challenger in Huawei.
European test lab EANTC tested several SD-WAN vendors solutions and compared their scalability and performance.
At the SD-WAN Summit 2018 in Paris, one of the more contentious debates was which will come first: next-generation firewall or new SD-WAN capabilities?
OSCON 2018 did a great job of highlighting women and people of color in their programming.
The scale and impact of Kubernetes was obvious at the recent OSCON 2018 conference in Portland, Oregon.
Half of container users started less than 12 months ago, providing new blood for AWS, Azure, Google, Docker, VMware, Red Hat to fight over.