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SD-WAN and its Benefits

SD-WAN is often confused with its close cousin- Software Defined Networking (SDN). SD-WAN is just focused on WAN, connecting multiple geographically dispersed locations belonging to a single organization (HQ, data centers, branches, remote user, et al) on a regional, national...

SD-WAN and its Benefits
March 2nd, 2017

Unknown, New Possibilities – IoT, SDN and NFV ?

The Internet & telecommunications industry is undergoing a disruption. Individuals, cities and businesses alike expect ubiquitous connectivity at faster speed than ever for real-time information that empowers them to become far more efficient and innovative. Is this NEED for more...

Unknown, New Possibilities – IoT, SDN and NFV ?
December 14th, 2016

Opendaylight Released Lithium SR2

Opendaylight achieved another milestone by releasing Lithium SR2. In a nutshell the release is bringing us closer to integration with other important building blocks in the overall solution like Openstack and OPNFV.  Mainly the recent talk on Openstack and OVSDB...

Opendaylight Released Lithium SR2
December 28th, 2015

Realizing SDN – ODL

About two years ago, SDN was a buzz in the industry with early adopters conducting PoCs to create overlay networks within the data center, or provisioning WAN bandwidth in core networks. Just about a year ago, SDN realization started in...

Realizing SDN – ODL
May 16th, 2015

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