Wedge Networks Introduces Advanced Threat Intelligence for Assured Security LSO

WedgeIQ combines big data analytics, intuitive threat visualization, automated learning, and real-time threat intelligence distribution

GEN15 Event Coverage

CALGARY, Alberta, Nov. 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Wedge Networks, the leading orchestrated threat management solutions company for cloud-connectivity, today announced the addition of WedgeIQ(TM), an integrated multi-technology threat intelligence engine, to its revolutionary Cloud Network Defense™ (CND) security platform.

AT&T Completes MEF CE 2.0 E-Access Certification and Sets Service Innovation Tone

AT&T's network now supports the industry standard Ethernet interconnection with other Ethernet operators

GEN15 Event Coverage

DALLAS, Nov. 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The MEF is pleased to recognize AT&T as the Host Operator Sponsor for the GEN15 global networking event taking place this 17 – 19 November at the Omni Hotel in Dallas, Texas. Communications service, technology, and other industry professionals from nearly 300 organizations around the world have lined up to attend the conference, which is focused on the future of advanced networking solutions that underpin and power the global digital economy. <?xml:namespace prefix = o />

What can SDN learn from a twenty-five year old Standard?

What did we learn from IN? And how will this help us foresee what lies in store for SDN?

The industry regards SDN as a simple but powerful concept that will reform data networking. But the idea behind SDN is not brand-new. Twenty-five years ago, telephone networks underwent a similar revolution called "intelligent networks" (IN). Read more...

What do you see as the main challenges for SDN?

Are you an expert on SDN and NFV in your organization? We'd like to hear your opinion on the status and the future of SDN. Click here to take the survey

TCS Introduces Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) for TCS Messaging and Location Technology

New architecture is expected to enable customers to build specific and individualized networks that address their changing needs

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ANNAPOLIS, Md. and LAS VEGAS, Sept. 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- TeleCommunication Systems, Inc., a provider of secure wireless communication technology, today announced that by year's end TCS will offer Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) for all of its technology solutions for location-based services and messaging. Integrating NFV enables TCS customers, including global wireless operators and enterprises, to virtualize entire classes of network node functions into communication services that will cost-effectively run on common off-the-shelf, non-proprietary hardware platforms.

Why There is a Buzz Over Virtual CPE

As operators embrace NFV, vCPE for business services promises to be a prime use case

Networks that are agile, efficient, and well orchestrated are the first priority if service providers are to meet the challenges of automated, speedy, and ultimately profitable service delivery. The holy grail of programmable networks is driving the acceleration in network function virtualization (NFV) and software-defined networking (SDN).

Carriers Must Leverage SDN and NFV for Greater Network Insight

A massive paradigm challenges deeply held beliefs on the role of carriers as service providers

Recent research suggests 90 percent of all existing data has been generated in the last three years, leaving telecom carriers to grapple with how to manage this data deluge effectively and still turn a profit. The answer may lie in Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV). Based on Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) hardware, one immediate benefit of both technologies is the potential to reduce cost, for vendors and their carrier customers.

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