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Monthly Archives: May 2015
More live blogging from ONUG Spring 2015 in NYC. Coverage of sessions related to open networking, SDN, use cases, customer experiences with emerging technology, etc.
My live blog from the ONUG 2015 Spring event in NYC.
When IPv6 becomes a business problem, and not a technical one, it will start seeing serious adoption in the enterprise. A lack of available IPv4 addresses and expensive aftermarket pricing might start driving North America towards broad IPv6 adoption. Finally.
Dell is all about open networking, and several whitebox vendors had their wares on display at Interop. IP Infusion has released OcNOS, an open networking operating system with a rich feature set right out of the gate. Ethernet switching continues to change. If you are Yet Another Cisco Buyer, do you care? I think you should. There are real dollars at stake. Eventually, it gets silly and/or irresponsible to spend money on Cadillacs.