Wednesday, 19th December 2018
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Are You Keeping Up With SD-WAN?

Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) is an evolving technology, so characterising an SD-WAN architecture can be difficult. How SD-WAN was defined five years ago, or even two years ago, is not necessarily how it is defined today. In fact, trying to figure out where it’s going to be a year or two from now has become an interesting thought exercise for some technology leaders. By Donna Johnson, Vice President of Product and Solution Marketing at Cradlepoint.

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Preparing for SDN—now that it’s here

Software-defined networking (SDN) has been hyped for years, but today many signs point toward one conclusion—it has finally arrived. Microsoft just announced that SDN will be a core feature of the much-anticipated Server 2019 release. There is also word from VMWare—call it a pre-announcement announcement—that the company plans to use an SDN-based strategy to take on Cisco on its own networking turf. By Paul Mercina, Head of Innovation, Park Place Technologies.

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Operator agility is the goal and lack of it the handbrake

By Pravin Mirchandani, CMO, OneAccess Networks.

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SDN: The driving force behind mobile

By Faisal H. Usmani, Business Development and Strategy Lead - Communications, Cyient Europe.

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