Q3 revenues drop as service provider capex lags, and that means Juniper will slim down even more. No specific mention of layoffs, however. UPDATED 4pm.
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The growing rancor between Cisco and EMC is hard to deny, but when they say EMC can free up VCE by taking majority ownership, they might have a point.
It seemed only a matter of time before EMC absorbed more of the VCE joint venture. A deal reportedly coming this week could make it happen.
From last week’s conference in Dusseldorf, Germany: thoughts on SDN, NFV, and open source — and the state of Tail-f within Cisco.
Still don’t believe in OpenStack? Mirantis has picked up $100M as OpenStack becomes more of a household word, at least in cloud households.
From the SDN & OpenFlow World Congress, Dan Pitt talks about the ONF’s next stage, the ‘default’ status of OpenFlow, and the disappointing side of open source.
Last week SDNCentral was in Dusseldorf, Germany for the 2014 SDN & OpenFlow World Congress. Check out our Day 4 highlights and beyond as we continue to add new stories we covered during the week.
Far from being a standards body, the OPNFV effort will be enlisting open source groups to help nurture NFV — a job that will need a diplomatic touch.
ProgrammableFlow is now priced to move — not because NEC has to clear the lot, but because smaller SDN deployments are becoming a real business.
EMC’s $50M bid for Cloudscaling leaves us wondering — is it possible Cloudscaling could be packaged with VMware?