SDN will change the WAN; RIPE NCC distributes its last block of IPv4 addresses

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@FierceTelecom RT @datacenter: How software defined networking will change the WAN: industry perspective from Haseeb Budhani of Infineta. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> ClariPhy announced enhanced 40G Light LightSpeed Coherent software on a chip (SoC) to boost the performance of coherent optical transport in metro and regional networks. Release

> What value do SaaS and cloud services have in the supply chain? Article

> McAfee promoted Mike Fey to Worldwide Chief Technology Officer, where he will lead security management, technology innovation and next-gen product development. Release

> Broadvox is extending its 20 percent discount on SIP Trunks, with a minimum of 3 concurrent call sessions, until Oct. 31, 2012. Release

And finally … RIPE NCC is handing out its last block of IPv4 addresses. Article

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