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Nuage Networks stories
MEF announces significant progress in its MEF 3.0 project
Today MEF published new Ethernet and IP specifications, progressing Layer 1 projects and the first multi-vendor SD-WAN implementation project.
NTT Com and Nuage networks to provide managed SD-WAN service
NTT Com India-Netmagic will deploy Nuage Networks' virtualized network services solution at their data centers.
Nuage expands partner programme with self-service certification
Nuage Networks has added a self-service certification initiative to its partner program, providing easy verification of Nuage SDN compatibility.
SDN provides huge benefits for industry leader
SDN has had huge benefits to the cloud and data centre networking as it enables organisations to be truly continuous from the infrastructure layer up.
CenturyLink selects Nuage Network's SDN technology
“This fundamental architectural shift will enable dynamic delivery of scalable services for customers and provide even more differentiated services."
What is the SD-WAN and how does it affect you?
Software-defined networking has driven huge change in the data centre, so it only makes sense that it's adopted in other areas of the business.
Nuage SDN tech at core of China Mobile DevOps upgrade
“China Mobile is taking a visionary approach in designing and building its new DevOps private cloud architecture."
What has paved the way for software-defined networking?
The network world is abuzz with the technology revolution provided by SDN, but what is so great about it that has got everyone so excited?
What are the three key areas of software-defined networking?
The speed and agility of business information systems was forever increasing, while the surrounding constructs were unable to keep up.
Nuage extends SDN benefits to branch offices, Kordia onboard
The promise of SDN is trickling down to remote offices with Nuage's latest move.
Nuage Networks and Numergy scale SDN to a million virtual machines
Provisioning and managing a dozen virtual machines? That’s easy. A few hundred or a few thousand? That’s harder.