The move will help consolidate open-source efforts around SDN and NFV and bring together such efforts as ONOS, CORD and OpenFlow.
The company's Equinox offering will improve the user experience by making it easier for customers to move from one application to another.
The new hardware kits help makers and developers hit the ground running on their Windows 10 IoT Core projects, Microsoft said.
Seeking to tap into the growing market for internet of things technologies in Asia, Microsoft establishes an IoT Innovation Center in Taiwan.
The carrier joins AT&T, Verizon, BT and others in rolling out SD-WAN services to business customers looking to simplify their networks.
The vendor is unveiling the StrataXGS Tomahawk II, which has speeds up to 6.4T bps and is aimed at large data centers and HPC environments.
The new alliance, founded by the likes of IBM, Dell EMC, HPE, ARM and AMD, says the new open architecture will better link systems and memory.
Each party can select its optical equipment independently, allowing users to choose from a variety of network equipment that will be interoperable with the system.
The company's NetScaler 9.1 will come with a new appliance, the ability to run hybrid environments and zero-touch deployment services.
Internet of things security is about more than just actual devices, the Cloud Security Alliance explains in a detailed report.
AllSeen will become part of the OCF, and its AllJoyn technology will be used to create a unified IoTivity standard for connected devices and systems.
At its NXTWORK conference, company officials unveil Policy Enforcer, which automates policy enforcement and quarantines infected endpoints.
The Avaya Cloud Networking Platform will make the deployment and management of increasingly complex networks simpler and cost-effective.
McKinsey's "Unlocking the potential of the internet of things" report indicates that the market for IoT could reach $11 trillion by 2025, and stands to transform existing business models through predictive maintenance, better asset utilization and higher productivity. In today's competitive economic environment, organizations are looking for ways to make the most out of their data. Data derived from the internet of things is unique in that its value is asymmetric—meaning it is worth different things to different people. And when it comes to the monetization of IoT data, it is not uncommon for organizations to overlook several important factors and ask themselves key questions before embarking on an IoT strategy. This slide show is based on eWEEK reporting and industry insight from VoltDB, which provides an in-memory database (with the same name). Customers use VoltDB to build applications that process streaming data as fast as it arrives, according to the company. We look at six important considerations organizations need to keep in mind in order to avoid risky IoT practices.
At a wide-ranging media briefing in San Francisco Oct. 4, Google talked about everything from smartphones to virtual reality. But one of its most important announcements focused on wireless connectivity. At the event, the company announced Google Wifi, technology designed to replace the WiFi routers users typically have at home or in small offices. Using a mesh network, Google Wifi is expandable to up to three individual units that can deliver wireless internet access across 4,500 square feet. Like the OnHubs that came before it, Google Wifi is controlled by a simple mobile app, enabling users to control who can access the network and when. Since Google Wifi includes several security features, the device could prove useful in a small business. This slide show covers all of the most significant Google Wifi features, and why it could be a worthy buy when it's available for preorders in November. Read on to learn more about Google's latest foray into the increasingly competitive wireless networking market.