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SD WAN: The Approaching Solution to Growing Network Traffic Demands

It is not surprising that one of the most interesting directions for networking is the concept of Software Defined Networks (SDN) and Software Defined Wide-Area Networks. SDNs and SD WANs are both the result of the application of technology and computing power to emulate network functionality in the cloud. Early forecast for SD WAN had revenue [...]

Network Function Virtualization is Steadily Approaching

The second panel that I moderated during IT Expo was “How Network Function Virtualization (NFV) is Reshaping Managed Services in the 21st Century“. The panel members from Versa Networks, mTusker and Oracle, not surprisingly, were quite expert in their understanding of NFV. its current state as a product, industry participants, launch timing and potential adoption rates. While [...]

NFV, SDN, SON, VFN, SD WAN… Networking Cloud Alphabet Soup

NFV, SDN, SON, VFN, SDN; these things are confusingly complicated but point to one common and very simple future. A future leveraging the power of the cloud. A future where the user receives the benefit of new features and applications at a much faster rate, much cheaper, and with some level of customization so that every [...]

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