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Juniper Networks brings cloud-managed SD-LAN and new CPE devices to enterprises
New enhancements bring cloud agility and scale to more parts of the enterprise network, while lowering the cost of deploying and operating SD-Branch environments.
Westcon-Comstor onboards Silver Peak for SD-WAN in A/NZ
The distributor will immediately add the business-driven Unity EdgeConnect SD-WAN edge platform to its portfolio.
Cisco: leaders ready for networks to evolve with AI
47% of SD-WAN owners plan to have an AI-optimised WAN in two years and 35% believe their networks will be fully intent-based in two years' time.
Versa Networks matures into a major SD-WAN vendor
We look at the Silicon Valley networking software start-up.
VMware launches software-defined networking and security stack built for multi-cloud
VMware networking and security portfolio delivers more automation, compliance, visibility, and scale across the data centre, cloud, branch and edge.
PacketFabric lands in Equinix's Sydney data centre
PacketFabric will deliver its services via the Hawaiki Transpacific Cable System, which connects Australia, New Zealand, and the United States’ west coast.
Opinion: The journey to Networking 3.0
In the last several decades, we have seen massive changes to networking and networking technology.
SEAX Singapore hosts new Epsilon PoP in Kuala Lumpur
The partnership will allow Epsilon customers and partners to onnect at the new PoP through Epsilon’s Infiny by Epsilon Software-Defined Networking (SDN) platform.
Lenovo’s data centre arm now official with Dicker Data NZ
Dicker Data has laid claim to an exclusive agreement with Lenovo’s Data Center Group and its entire range of solutions.
VMware NSX aims to deliver new levels of advanced automation for enterprises
VMware announced new advancements in VMware NSX that aim to extend the value of an automated, programmable, and intrinsically secure software-defined network.
Cisco Live Melbourne: ‘Building the bridge to possible’
This week Cisco is building ‘the bridge to possible’ to more than 8000 people expected to attend the Cisco Live 2019 conference in Melbourne.
Infinera launches new ‘disruptive’ network architecture
The new end-to-end network architecture is said to enable instantly scalable, self-optimizing networks that adapt to the demands of specific users and applications.
Opinion: How SD-WAN changes the game for 5G networks
Versa Network's Kelly Ahuja says 5G/SD-WAN mobile edge computing and network slicing will enable and drive innovative NFV services.
Will 2019 be the year of network evolution?
An A10 Networks exec talks 5G, software-defined networks, and the continuing evolution needed for a modern cloud environment.
Cloud security a winning strategy to protect valuable data
Software-defined networking may be key to tackling security concerns about ever-increasing amounts of data in the enterprise space, says GlobalData.
IDC adds new category with $5.6b opportunity growth by 2022
The new network functions virtualisation infrastructure category is under carrier network infrastructure and looks to be a high growth area.
Epsilon & DCConnect partner to open up interconnectivity in China
A first for China, the integration will provide customers and partners with extended access to hundreds of data centers & cloud providers.
Colt activates network in US, joins 870 data centers in Asia & EU
Colt Technology Services (Colt) has officially announced the launch of its software-driven network in the US that already includes 13 cities.
Gemalto unveils new virtualized encryption platform
“Gemalto’s launch of a virtualised network encryption platform redefines network data security by providing the crypto-agility required."
Nutanix announces new software-defined networking solution
Newly acquired Netsil technology to add non-intrusive application visibility across multiple clouds.
Shots fired: Cisco claims it has global data centre solution of choice
Cisco claims that to meet increasing cloud infrastructure demands, service providers are turning to its SDN solution.
The security challenges of SD-WAN - and how to defend against them
Silver Peak's recent report details the benefits of SD-WAN over traditional WANs, its imminent security challenges, and how to fortify against them.
Why Telstra’s decision to acquire VMtech makes sense
Cloud is a market worth over $180 billion, and it’s only going to grow – at 24% for annum to be exact.
Telstra using acquisition to augment SD-WAN security
Last year Telstra announced the acquisition of VMtech, with the company now detailing how it plans to use those technologies augment SD-WAN exposure.