Brocade Communications Systems Inc. shipped its OpenDaylight-based software-defined networking (SDN) controller that it says can help enterprises avoid vendor lock-in while testing the new technology. To encourage that, the company is offering a free one-year license for the new Vyatta Controller.
Bundles of hardware, software, support and guidance aim to ease adoption of company's Big Cloud Fabric.
Traditional vendor facing upstart challenges is under pressure from analysts and customers to adapt.
Latest forecast sees 89 percent compound growth leading to $8 billion market by 2018.
Microsoft announced this week a new line of its StorSimple appliances that link on-premises datacenters to the Azure cloud.
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Startup announces $9 million in funding and plan to apply SDN technology to networks serving distributed locations.
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Networking and hardware giant Cisco Systems Inc. this week announced it was investing $1 billion to expand its cloud business by developing an "intercloud" -- a network of clouds.
NEC Corp. announced version 5.1 of its ProgrammableFlow Networking Suite, highlighted by a new Unified Network Coordinator (UNC).
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