Articles by Sean Michael Kerner 

Hurricane Electric Achieves IPv6 Milestone

Internet backbone provider now connects to 4,000 IPv6 networks.

Brocade OpenDaylight SDN Assets Spawn Lumina Networks

Brocade's IP networking assets continue to be spun out ahead of the company's acquisition by Broadcom.

SD-WAN Growing to $8B by 2021

IDC is forecasting significant growth in SD-WAN revenues over the next five years.

Avaya Nearing Exit from Bankruptcy Protection

Avaya names new CEO and a plan to exist Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the fall of 2017.

Brocade Sells Virtual Evolved Packet Core Assets to Mavenir

Breakup of Brocade's networking assets continues ahead of Broadcom acquisition.

Inside the DEF CON 25 Network

VIDEO: Volunteers (Goons) explain how the DEF CON WiFi network is set up with maximum security.

Extreme Networks Closes Avaya Acquisition

Extreme Networks CEO emphasizes his confidence that he can succeed where Avaya failed.

Juniper Networks Grabs New CTO from Google

After months of searching, networking vendor has found a replacement for its outgoing CTO.

Juniper Developing Open-Source Intent-Based Networking Approach of Its Own

Cisco isn't the only networking vendor with an intent, to enable intent-based networking.

Radio Shack Selling Off IPv4 Address Space

Radio Shack is gone, but its IP address space is not.

Linux Foundation Continues Networking Project Expansion

Open Security Controller Project is the newest Linux Foundation networking project.

Broadcom Acquisition of Brocade Set to Move Forward

Federal Trade Commission provides conditional approval on $5.9B deal, as long as provisions protecting Cisco are enforced.

Ethernet Switch Market Revenues Grow As 25GbE and 100 GbE Switch Ports Shipments Increase

The latest industry analyst reports from IDC and Dell'Oro Group show different trends for the networking market.

7 Vendors Makings News at Cisco Live 2017

Cisco's big annual customer event in Las Vegas is also a big opportunity for its partners to make news.

Cisco Expands Jasper for IoT Control

Control Center 7.0 release adds new Traffic Segmentation capabilities.

Cisco CEO: The Network Makes Anything Possible

Cisco Live starts light on announcements and high on promises.

Juniper Debuts Cloud-Grade Networking Technology

Cloud-Grade involves new PT10000 hardware and an innovative capability called Node Slicing.

Broadcom Trident 3 Aims to Advance Switch Programmability

New network silicon can scale up to 3.2 Tbps.

Cisco Reveals Its New Intent-Based Networking Strategy

Forget about the Self-Defending Network or Application Centric Infrastructure; Cisco is now positioning networking to be more intuitive and intent-based.

Verizon and Cisco Expand Virtual Network Function Delivery on OpenStack

Verizon deploys SD-WAN service with Cisco Virtual Managed Services, running on top of OpenStack.

Nokia Debuts New Networking Silicon and Core Routing Platforms

Nokia builds on former Alcatel-Lucent assets with new FP4 networking silicon that offers 2.4 Terabits per second of performance.

Ruckus Wireless Expands Networking Portfolio Ahead of Arris Acquisition

New ICX 7150 Z-Series Switch and ZoneFlex R720 Access Points debut.

Open-Source FD.io Project Accelerates Networking with Fourth Release

Linux Foundation Collaborative Project now benefits from better performance and security capabilities.

Internet Traffic Growing to 3.3 Zettabytes by 2021

Cisco's annual Visual Networking Index report forecasts a tripling of global IP traffic of the next five years, though the 2016 traffic figure falls short of the initial forecast.

OpenDaylight Carbon SDN Platform Expands Performance and Scalability

Sixth release of open-source Software Defined Networking platform debuts, providing new stability and performance.

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