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OpenDaylight SDN Controller Marks Adoption Gains with 9th Release

The ninth release of the OpenDaylight software-defined networking and network functions virtualization platform is out, adding new functionality and marking adoption gains.

VMware Publishes NSX Data Center for vSphere 6.4.3 Release Notes

VMware Inc. quietly released NSX Data Center for vSphere 6.4.3 yesterday.

Survey: Firms Struggle to Keep Pace with SDN, Other Networking Changes

Network analytics firm Kentik recently published a study on network management, finding that firms are struggling to keep pace with new developments in the industry.

New Initiative Reimagines Data Architectures with Hybrid Model

A new initiative backed by several industry heavyweights aims to reimagine existing data architectures with a hybrid focus, providing a unified architecture for on-premises, multi-cloud and edge environments.

VMware Tools 10.3.0 Recalled

Last week VMware Inc. recalled VMware Tools 10.3.0 due to a "functional issue with 10.3.0 in ESXi 6.5."

Microsoft Touts SDN in Windows Server 2019

The company is featuring software-defined networking functionality front and center in a 10-part blog series about the top networking features in its upcoming flagship server OS release.

Dell's 'Hyper-Converged, Software-Defined' IoT Surveillance Solution Aims for Simplicity

Dell announces new Internet of Things (IoT) offerings that include more automation and intelligence

ThinPrint's Endpoint Print Management Initiative Aims To Deliver 'Missing Piece' in UEMs

This week at VMworld 2018 in Las Vegas, endpoint print management provider ThinPrint Inc. announced its Endpoint Print Management initiative, which is aimed at filling "the hole left by unified endpoint management systems."

AMD Debuts High-Performance VDI Solution for Datacenter Workloads

This week at VMworld 2018 in Las Vegas, Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) debuted its Radeon Pro V340 graphics card.

VMworld 2018 Shows VMware Focus on SDN

Announcements at this week's VMworld conference in Las Vegas can be seen as a microcosm snapshot of the general industry trend away from hardware-centric solutions to the software-defined, a sweet spot for VMware's virtualization offerings.

VMworld 2018: VMware Extends Edge Computing Strategy

After a bevy of announcements during day one of its VMworld conference that featured edge and IoT technologies, VMware today unveiled new offerings as part of its effort to extend its hybrid and multi-cloud environments to the edge.

NVIDIA and VMware Announce Tech Preview of vMotion for GPU Live Migration

At VMworld 2018 in Las Vegas, NVIDIA and VMware Inc. announced the technology preview of vSphere vMotion for NVIDIA GPUs with VMware vSphere 6.7 update 1, with general availability expected later this year.

New Dell EMC PowerEdge MX Offers SDN Workload Support

Dell EMC recently launched PowerEdge MX, new hardware that supports both traditional and emerging workloads, such as software-defined networking and storage, plus artifiical intelligence, machine learning and Internet of Things (IoT) workloads.

VMware Cloud on AWS Now Available in Asia-Pacific Region with New and Updated Features

VMware Cloud on AWS in now available in the Asia-Pacific (Sydney) region and includes new capabilities for migrating enterprise datacenters and applications to secure cloud services.

VMworld Keynote Highlights AI Ensuring Better Security

With an emphasis on artificial intelligence and machine learning, CEO Pat Gelsinger discussed innovations in networking and security, framing new announcements in the context of four "technology superpowers," which he categorized into the areas of cloud, mobile, AI/ML and Edge/AI.

Dell EMC Says New Switch Eases Shift to Software-Defined Networking

Dell EMC unveiled a new switch that it says embraces the world of modern networking, which is seeing an architectural shift toward technology disaggregation and SDN.

F5 Networks Offers VNF Manager to Simplify Network Functions Virtualization

F5 Networks unveiled a new VNF Manager that it says is designed to simplify network functions virtualization for service providers and mobile operators moving to software-defined networking environments.

Microsoft Says 'SDN Goes Mainstream' in Windows Server 2019

In highlighting the top 10 networking features of the upcoming Windows Server 2019, Microsoft claimed software-defined networking has gone mainstream.

SDN Firms Lead Datacenter Networking Research Report

One thing common to all three "leaders" named in Gartner's July datacenter networking research report is that they all offer software-defined networking.

Apstra Offers Intent-Based Networking Taxonomy and Maturity Model

IBN pioneer Apstra has offered up a taxonomy and maturity model for the young, game-changing technology, described by many as the next big thing in the networking industry.

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