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Articles by Sean Michael Kerner 

Midokura Pushes Open Source SDN Forward

Both enterprise and open-source community releases of the MidoNet SDN framework are moving ahead.

Juniper Partners Contrail Cloud Platform with Canonical OpenStack

New platform is targeted at carrier-class NFV deployments.

Avaya Embraces OpenDaylight and Open vSwitch for SDN Fx

OpenDaylight support is a key component of Avaya's SDN Fx architecture.

Brocade CEO Hints at Future Acquisitions

Brocade reports first quarter fiscal 2015 revenue as CEO explains why his company acquired Riverbed's SteelApp business.

ExtraHop EH9100 Accelerates Network Visibility to 40 Gbps

Managing large networks is complex, and achieving the visibility needed to diagnose problems can be a challenge in itself.

HP Announces Linux-Powered Open Networking Switches

HP's take on an Open Compute Project-compliant open networking switch isn't for everyone. Find out why, and who makes a good candidate.

Facebook Wedges 6-pack Switch into SDN Market

Linux powered open modular switch platform leverages Facebook's Top-of-Rack Wedge switch as a building block

Cisco Grows Switching as Overall Profit Rises

Cisco reported its second quarter 2015 revenue at $11.9 billion and discussed ACI customer base growth.

VeloCloud Advances Software Defined WAN Vision

The public Internet might not be business-grade, but SD-WAN can improve it.

Cisco Embraces VXLAN with BGP-EVPN

Even as Cisco continues to push forward with its Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) effort, it is still providing alternatives to users.

Brocade Expands VCS Fabric, Introduces New VDX 6940 Switch

Brocade announces new hardware, VMware integration, Puppet support and Python.

Brocade Acquires Riverbed's SteelApp for Virtual ADC

Brocade continues to grow its networking portfolio the way it always has - by acquisition. The latest buy is Riverbed's SteelApp virtual ADC.

Mobile Data Traffic Set to Hit 292 Exabytes by 2019

New Cisco Visual Networking Index forecasts growing mobile data use trends for the next five years.

Broadband Redefined by the FCC

25 Mbps is now the baseline for what is considered broadband speed in the U.S.

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