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Andrew Froehlich | 12/4/2017
SD-WAN is often touted as the first network-focused, software-defined technology to break into the enterprise.
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 11/30/2017
VMware continues to expand beyond its traditional role in the virtualization market into areas such as cloud computing and software-defined data center offerings, and the company's bets on these areas are paying off.
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Alan Breznick Cable/Video Practice Leader, Light Reading, | 11/22/2017
For cable operators, the enterprise market truly represents the final frontier.
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 11/21/2017
Cisco and VMware are on an ongoing collision course as data centers move away from traditional networking gear to infrastructures that are based on software. Now, the two are also battling over a small, but increasingly important part of this new data center paradigm: SD-WAN.
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 11/3/2017
As data center infrastructures get more sophisticated, enterprises are looking for new ways to ensure that applications traveling along these modern networks are performing as needed.
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 11/2/2017
VMware is planning to acquire SD-WAN startup VeloCloud, a move that will embed the company deeper into enterprise networks with an emphasis on software-defined networking and delivering services and apps through the cloud.
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 10/18/2017
NEW YORK CITY -- The Open Networking User Group or ONUG is looking to rebrand itself a bit in an era of multi-cloud and hybrid cloud, with a greater emphasis on security, analytics and application monitoring.
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 10/13/2017
Juniper Networks is running into some quarterly financial troubles with its cloud business, and the company announced this week that it would miss its third-quarter forecast.
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Carol Wilson Editor-at-large, Light Reading, | 9/18/2017
SD-WAN services are becoming pretty commonplace, and that competition is driving some service providers to try to differentiate, going beyond just offering a managed-services version of one SD-WAN vendor's gear.
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