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Ericsson to acquire CENX to boost network automation capability

Ericsson to acquire CENX – a US-based service assurance technology company. Approximately 185 employees will join Ericsson more
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Space: 26 Galileo satellites now in orbit for improved EU satellite navigation signal

Yesterday four more Galileo satellites were successfully launched from the European spaceport in French Guiana on the European launcher Ariane-5. Now with a constellation of 26 satellites, the EU's global satellite navigation system will provide a more precise signal across a range of valuable services

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AiSense, Apstra, ForeScout, FYDE, NetFoundry, and PoLTE scoop top honours at NetEvents 2018 Innovation Awards

Winners announced and awards presented at NetEvents Global Press & Analyst Summit gala charity dinner San Jose, California more
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Products

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Check Point Software Technologies propels Mellanox past one million ethernet switch ports

Security leader integrates Mellanox switches into its hyperscale security appliances, driving Mellanox past the one million port milestone more
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Infinera and SIAE MICROELETTRONICA demonstrate SDN-enabled multi-domain service orchestration for 5G networks

Infinera and SIAE MICROELETTRONICA, a leader in wireless communications, announced the successful completion of end-to-end, software-defined networking (SDN)-enabled service orchestration across integrated IP/Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) transport and microwave/millimeter-wave transport domains more
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Mellanox introduces Ethernet Cloud Fabric technology based on the world’s most advanced 100/200/400GbE Open Ethernet Switches

Designed for unmatched scale and programmability, Spectrum®-2 open Ethernet switches enable industry’s most efficient cloud, hyperscale, and enterprise data centers more
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Interviews

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How to bring web-scale networking to the enterprise

Not everything is moving to the cloud. In fact, the very technology developed for the cloud’s massive data centers is now being used to bring web-scale networking and automation to enterprise data centers

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Articles

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The positive impact on connectivity services could justify operator investment in enterprise cloud services

Cloud services continue to proliferate, with multi-cloud solutions becoming common place. This has led to greater potential for cost savings and improved business capabilities for enterprises, but also to increasingly complex deployments and more reliance on connectivity services

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From SD-WAN to automation to white-box switching: Five tech predictions for 2018

One fact is certain: This year won’t be at all like 2017 more
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Software Defined Everything: Moving from simple virtualization to business-critical services

Virtualization and software-defined networks should be a means to an end — not an end to itself. The goal of a data center, after all, is to deliver services (such as applications and microservices) to end users or to drive business processes. It doesn’t matter if those applications run on physical servers or virtual servers or in Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) or containers – the goal is to deliver those services

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