Dan Pitt of the Open Networking Foundation makes an announcement, and ONS 2014 keynote speakers make the case for open source SDN.
WAN and LAN Section
Not all those vendors claiming to do Software Defined Networking are actually doing it.
From 802.11n to 802.11ac, enterprises have more Wi-Fi choices than ever.
The top-end 2000WS-050 appliance has an optimized WAN capacity of 50 Mbps and can handle a total of 20,000 TCP sessions.
Warehouse environments pose unique challenges for Wi-Fi connectivity. Here are some of those challenges—and some benefits.
The San Francisco 49ers and the Denver Broncos talk stadium connectivity for the increasingly wired future.
Akamai's latest State of the Internet report reveals a continued rise in broadband connection speeds and offers insight into IPv6 adoption.
ACI comes to campus and branch, while InterCloud router aims to enable a new era of hybrid cloud portability.
Ethernet Alliance chairman John D'Ambrosia talks about the Ethernet Alliance's new PoE subcommittee and how Ethernet is connecting the future.
As software defined networking gains legitimacy, the focus turns to interoperability. What are vendors doing to ensure it, and where is SDN interoperability headed?
Le Pain Quotidien needed a better Wi-Fi solution. Here's why the company turned to Ruckus Wireless for their wireless network.
New extension to 802.11ac high-speed wireless standard gets approved by IEEE.
Regional carrier conducts live software defined networking proof-of-concept demo to validate SDN's potential across the WAN.
Could 2014 finally be the breakout year of IPv6?