Also at Mobile World Congress, Alcatel-Lucent announced partnerships with Intel and Telefonica around NFV.
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Company officials say uReach's solutions will complement Genband's technologies around voice and video communications.
CEO Doug Murray says Big Switch's shift toward physical and virtual networks on bare metal switches gives it an edge in the competitive SDN space.
The company unveils the CX8000 video conferencing room system, which supports Microsoft's Lync 2013 UC platform.
Less than a week after announcing a $2.3 billion deal to sell its x86 server unit to Lenovo, IBM reportedly is looking to shed its SDN unit.
The API will enable users to collect data on the performance of the Lync implementation and send it to the SDN controller.
The starter kit is designed to make it easier for service providers and enterprises to get SDN solutions up and running.
Leveraging Broadcom's new Trident II chip, Extreme's 1U switch can fit 104 10GbE or 32 40GbE ports.
The company enhances its SBC 5000 series with support for UC signaling methods, embedded policy management and more security.
Mozilla is supporting the move, which is designed to encourage the IETF to make H.264 the standard codec for WebRTC.
The companies’ integrated wired and wireless solution will be aimed at helping campus networks handle such trends as BYOD, mobility and SDN.
Intel, AMD and ARM are looking to address new workloads fueled by such trends as cloud computing, mobility, big data and social networks.
Intel executives say the company has the products, innovations and manufacturing muscle to power the new data center.
Through the company’s cloud-based conferencing offering, users can share video with other meeting participants in real time on all devices.