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SDN Is Not a Technology, It's A Use Case

August 07, 2013
Software defined networking is not a discrete technology, but rather a set of use cases that require a variety of technologies to meet customer needs.

Intel's Data Center Plan: More Than Chips

July 26, 2013
The chip giant aims to shape future data center designs for everything from rack-level systems to software defined networks and servers.

Software Defined Data Center: Marketing or Meaty?

July 19, 2013
The software-defined data center is the latest term being applied to the abstraction, orchestration and automation of hardware-based resources via layers of code. Is it just empty marketing, or is there something you can sink your teeth into?

SDN, Overlays and Interior Decorating

July 15, 2013
Redesigning your network with SDN is kind of like interior decorating. Overlays let you paper over your existing network, while OpenFlow might require some rebuilding.

SDN's Next Steps: Product Integration

July 01, 2013
SDN interoperability demonstrations and hackfests point to a small but growing movement toward product integration as software defined networking evolves.

Big Switch Leaves OpenDaylight, Touts White-Box Future

June 06, 2013
Big Switch is stepping away from the OpenDaylight project, which is building an open-source controller. As it departs, the company says the market clamors for white-box SDN switches. Is that right?

Avaya SPB Fabric Put to the Test at Interop

June 03, 2013
Data center fabrics have been overshadowed by SDN, but vendors are still moving forward with fabrics. This year's Interop was a big, visible test for Avaya's implementation of the Shortest Path Bridging (SPB) standard.

Networking Gets Interesting Again

May 17, 2013
From software-defined networking to fabrics to powerful new switches, network vendors are fighting for a revitalized market.

Inside Google's Software-Defined Network

May 14, 2013
Google shared details on its production use of OpenFlow in its SDN network at this spring's Open Networking Summit.

EMC ViPR Goes All In on Software-Defined Storage

May 06, 2013
EMC's ViPR, a new software-defined storage platform, is a big bet on virtualized storage services. ViPR borrows from the SDN playbook with a controller and APIs.

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