All looks rosy inside the SDN bubble as leaders and upstarts in the networking industry come together to push software defined networking and what it can do.
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Vendors gathered on the Open Networking Summit expo floor to showcase software defined networking solutions. Here are six that caught our eye.
Microsoft data center networking and platform expert talks vendor missteps in the software defined era and points the way toward innovation and success.
New management software and a new controller debut as Juniper accelerates its efforts to bring service providers into the Software Defined Networking Era.
Cisco expands virtualized network services for service providers.
Red Hat's OpenStack platform underpins Alcatel-Lucent's CloudBand solution.
With Brocade income on the rise, execs talk SDN strategy, have a few choice words about Cisco.
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.
Rumors of Steelhead's demise were indeed exaggerated. New DX series joins Riverbed's CX and EX series.
SSD cloud hosting company delivers on its promise of an Asian data center and talks plans to increase its footprint in Europe and the Americas.
OpenDaylight technical committee talks about what's likely to be included in the second major release of the OpenDaylight open source SDN platform.
Integration with Palo Alto Networks next-gen virtual firewall technology brings increased per-application security to Citrix NetScaler ADC.
Open source effort yields the core elements of a new Software Defined Networking platform.
Juniper Networks claims promising developments with its open source OpenContrail SDN controller.