Topic: software-defined networking
OpenDaylight is finding that its solution sets related to network virtualization are becoming more applicable to enterprises.
Windstream has named Beer and Brennan to key channel program roles.
OpenDaylight is focusing on accelerating the time it takes to release new projects like Nitrogen and upcoming ones like Oxygen into the open source community.
Nuage Networks has won its first SDN-based, large enterprise project in China with China Pacific Insurance Company (CPIC).
Google Cloud and Barefoot Networks have created an open source project under P4.org called P4 Runtime.
The Linux Foundation has launched its Open Source Networking Days series of events.
AT&T has an opportunity to revamp business services revenues via its software transition and cost-saving measures.
The TM Forum has introduced a blueprint that it says can help service providers manage hybrid physical and virtual network environments.
Comcast Business finally took the covers off its much-talked-about SD-WAN service and SDN platform to challenge incumbent telcos.
Atos has developed a multivendor NFV alliance with Dell EMC, Intel, Juniper Networks, Red Hat and VMware.