Products and services on the software-defined networking front have already seen a very respectable uptake, and they are poised to realize a compound annual growth rate of 89.4 percent between now and 2018. - 08/22/2014
When the Wall Street Journal asked several tech industry experts, what is the number one technology issue facing companies today, the president and CEO of Siemens USA, Eric Spiegel pointed out security. He said, "There is no silver bullet or one prod… - 08/20/2014
A new product called the ZX1200-SDN top-of-rack OpenFlow switch can accommodate a significantly larger volume of custom OpenFlow flow rules than standard hardware solutions at a far more cost-effective price, according to its maker, ZNYX Networks. - 08/19/2014
Communication processors are processors optimized specifically to support communication systems. Based on the system, whether it is wired or wireless, they exist in a wide variety of forms on the physical layer, the medium, access, control layer, or … - 08/15/2014
As businesses around the world move their operations to the cloud, so too will operating system manufacturers. Cloud-based deployments can allow organizations to create their own private clouds or join public clouds, but software and network protocol… - 08/15/2014
Software-defined network is considered by many to be one of the most important, and potentially disruptive, developments in networking since the rise of the Internet. To date, networks and connectivity have come first, and applications have followed. SDN turns this model on its head, approaching networking from an apps-first standpoint.
In this SDN pre conference at ITEXPO Miami, we will define SDN, look at the technologies and components involved in SDN, the use cases of SDN, the players involved in moving SDN forward, and what this all means for networking as we know it.