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Data Center Section
Reimagining the Network for the Hyperscale Era
Ixia, SnapRoute and Coriant have recently launched networking products designed for hyperscale data centers. Read »
- Closing in on the Intelligent Network
Artificial intelligence algorithms will help manage, monitor and secure increasingly complex software-defined networks. Read »
- How SDN Will Deliver on the Hybrid Cloud
Software-defined networking helps solve some of the operational complexity issues associated with the hybrid cloud. Read »
Juniper announces new data center interconnection platform helping to bridge IP and optical networking layers
Second time is the charm, as open-source CoreDNS project is now joining the CNCF.
Riverbed jumps into Network-as-a-Service market with new platform that melds the DevOps approach of agile development with NFV and SDN.
The new effort is a consolidation of two existing Linux Foundation networking projects mergin the ECOMP and Open-O efforts.
Arista extends platform support for its Data ANalyZer (DANZ) technology across more switches and provides a CloudVision abstraction layer for integration with OpenStack cloud deployments.
Enhanced Control, Orchestration, Management and Policy (ECOMP) is now a full open-source project run as a Linux Foundation Collaborative Project
New Juniper hardware includes the QFX5110 data center switch and Network Director 3.0 technologies.
Open-source SDN originally started by Juniper Networks, now has a new support.
10 GbE revenues decline as 100 Gigabit accelerates
Cloud is no longer the outlier, it's basis of nearly all data center traffic.
[VIDEO] Jonathan Bryce, Executive Director of the OpenStack Foundation details how open-source cloud effort deploys and manages infrastructure images
Weave Net 1.7 now benefits from enhanced security capabilities.
[VIDEO] OPNVF Director Heather Kirksey discusses how the open-source networking project works as new Colorado release set to debut
As artificial intelligence continues to move forward at a rapid pace, so too will demands on IT departments.