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Pica8 Unveils SDN Starter Kit

December 16, 2013
Startup aims to help organizations overcome barriers to software-defined networking with kit that includes its white-box switch and a controller.

Dell N-Series Switches Bring OpenFlow To Campus Networks

December 11, 2013
New campus switches take advantage of the Force10 OS and with OpenFlow support, promise to help enterprises leverage software-defined networking.

Is Hyperscale Possible In Networking?

December 02, 2013
Networking has long faced scaling limitations, but Brocade is trying to break down the barriers with its HyperEdge Architecture.

Extreme Networks X770 Switch Targets Big Data

November 18, 2013
Analyst says new switch's low latency and high throughput support big data efforts. The X770 also promises to boost data center consolidation initiatives.

A Tale of Two Object Stores

November 06, 2013
New storage systems have joined the ranks of object stores, but they're really more general purpose storage devices that use some object storage concepts.

Cisco ACI Solves All Your Data Center Network Problems

November 06, 2013
Cisco launches its Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI), bringing open overlay networking and SDN to the entire data center.

Cisco Unveils Insieme SDN Platform, New Switches

November 06, 2013
Cisco straddles physical and virtual networks via its long-awaited SDN platform from Insieme, but you'll need new Nexus switches to get started.

Arista Unveils Single-Tier Ethernet Switches

November 04, 2013
Company touts single-tier "spline" switches for smaller fabrics.

VMware Has To Step Up On NFS

October 30, 2013
It's time for VMware to improve its file storage support to make storage management simpler.

Coho Applies SDN To Scale-Out Storage

October 28, 2013
Startup Coho Data uses an integrated OpenFlow controller to reduce the latency associated with traditional scale-out storage designs.

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