WAN Automation–Not Just Another New Release, but a Game Changer
Cisco WAN Automation Engine (WAE) is enabling real-time network planning and the latest release, WAE 7.0 is now available.
Latest Updates from ACG on Transport/Multi-Layer SDN
A recent ACG report on SDN enabled equipment and SDN Control / Application software shows Cisco leading the overall ML-SDN market.
Upskill U on Open Source for Virtualized Networks
Submitted by Kelsey Kusterer Ziser, the Editor of Upskill U at Light Reading Open source software plays a key role in developing an efficient and agile virtualized network architecture at a reduced cost. Interest from operators in building their own open source services is on the rise, but this shift means service providers must re-think […]
Billions can be made in the cloud, but do you know how? Telstra talks innovation and leads the way
Don’t stop believin’ That’s the lyrics of my husband’s favorite song. And it is on a sign hanging on our bedroom wall. Whether you love or hate Journey, it’s corny, but true. This is a great message for us … with all the upheaval in the SP industry, we need to keep believing. Whether you […]
Enivest and Cisco Deploy a DWDM Network at Light Speed
Guest blog by Dan Crawford, Marketing Manager, Cisco In the western Scandinavian fjords of Norway, Enivest an internet service provider has deployed a new optical transport network using a Cisco optical network solution (NCS 2000). While this, in itself, may not be big news to most people, the real story is about how Enivest managed this deployment. For people who are […]
How Much Traffic Will Your Cable / Telco Network Generate?
Cisco VNI Forecast Projects 1.6 Zettabytes of Global IP Traffic by 2018 Last June, Cisco released an update to its annual Visual Networking Index (VNI), 2013 – 2018. The forecast projects a global annual run rate of 1.6 zettabytes IP traffic by 2018 (up from 614 exabytes of global IP traffic in 2013). A zettabyte […]