Cisco is rumored to be working on a stand-alone operating system to respond to software-centric networking; NTT Communications is implementing 400 gigabit per second optical transmission in its data centers; and the OPNFV has come out with a new release called Danube.
NTT Communications Corp. has begun deploying a 400 gigabit per second optical transmission in data centers. This solution doubles the carrier's existing per fiber transmission capacity, is more space and power efficient, and is being used in combination with software-defined networking.
AT&T and Facebook are turning up the heat on traditional network equipment vendors by putting together white box solutions that leverage the hardware and software components of their choice. Rumor has it that has prompted switch and router giant Cisco to work on a standalone operating system that wi…
Last night we opened up ITEXPO 2017 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL with a diversity of visitors who had a lot to talk about. We here at Fiber Mountain like to have survey questions and ask booth visitors one question per day of the conference.