Cloud & Virtualization

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Cisco extends ACI to VCE Vblock systems

Cisco has been touting much success with its Application Centric Infrastructure software-defined networking architecture, and now the company has struck a deal to put ACI on the VCE Vblock.

Integra aims to be a one-stop UC shop with UC Cloud Voice service

Integra is joining the unified communications as a service market with the launch of Integra Unified Communications Cloud Voice.

Spotlight: Plexxi sets sights on cloud builders with Plexxi Switch 3

Organizations looking to build their own clouds now have another option – one that scales up to 100 GbE connectivity.

Versa wants to completely rearchitect the WAN

It seems like just about everyone is talking about how the WAN is changing. Most of those discussions are about software-defined WAN, but network functions virtualization is also playing a role in the complete rearchitecting of the WAN.

Akamai Cloud Networking goes live

Akamai is the latest vendor to launch a cloud networking service. Dubbed Akamai Cloud Networking, the new offering was designed to boost end-to-end reliability and performance for IP-VPNs and software as a service applications.

Ericsson dives deeper into enterprise with Cisco partnership

It appears that telecommunications vendor Ericsson wants a bigger piece of the enterprise pie. The Swedish vendor is partnering with Cisco Systems to design next-generation networks.

Riverbed's SteelFusion now supports VMware vSphere 6

Riverbed Technology is about to roll out an incremental release of SteelFusion. Version 4.2 of the hyper-converged infrastructure product includes support for VMware vSphere 6.

Spotlight: IoT will be main cause of cloud traffic increase

Cloud traffic is rapidly on the rise, with expectations that it will hit 8.6 ZB by the end of 2019.

Midokura MEM now supports OpenStack Liberty, Kilo and Juno

Midokura unveiled the latest version of its Midokura Enterprise MidoNet network virtualization product at OpenStack Summit Tokyo this morning. MEM now supports OpenStack Liberty, Kilo and Juno.

Unite puts Juniper on more equal footing with Cisco, says TBR analyst

Restructuring over the last year has improved Juniper Networks' position in the networking equipment space, but research firm Technology Business Research believes that privatization could lead to further restructuring that could improve operations.