Network virtualization for the data center promises to improve service agility, simplify network operations, and reduce capital expenditures. One of the biggest challenges for IT professionals is to quantify the return-on-investment required to justify the costs of network virtualization and the changes it requires in their data center network operations.
It plans to use more containers in the future.
New HPE report breaks down how a telco cloud can help generate new revenues. Read more.
As promised, CoreOS melds Kubernetes and OpenStack.
A telco VNF isn't just another virtualized function.
AT&T is "choosing to be the disruptor."
It’s also gearing up for a second IPO.
As IoT traffic grows, virtualization will become more critical.
In an upcoming DemoFriday, F5 and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) will demonstrate virtual network services in an end-to-end framework that enables the virtualized network functions to run as fast as purpose-built hardware.
Achieve up to 5X lower TCO for SDN and NFV applications with hardware-based acceleration of virtual switch processing.
Big Switch, Dell, and Red Hat are its partners.
Carriers trust open source - but not too much.
Juniper’s Contrail does the orchestration.
Design the most effective NFVI to scale network capacity and introduce new services faster and more cost-effectively.
Here are the top stories SDxCentral wrangled this week related to SDN, NFV, cloud, and virtualization infrastructure: Verizon Publishes an SDN/NFV Reference Architecture — We can’t let AT&T have all the fun. On the heels of Ma Bell’s Ecomp specification, Verizon lays down some SDN/NFV knowledge of its own. A bit of Friday fun from the NFV World Congress. How... Read more →
It worked with Cisco, Ericsson, HPE, Intel, etc.
Vendors had just one week in XO's lab to hammer out any issues.
Users are flocking to the service.
An earthquake first propelled the operator to virtualize.
If you aren't virtualizing your network, you are missing the boat.