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OpenDaylight launches third open source SDN platform, announces advisory group

OpenDaylight has released the latest version of its open source SDN platform and cobbled together an advisory group to improve the feedback loop between deployment and feature evolution

The OpenDaylight project has released the third version of its open source software-defined networking (SDN) platform, Lithium, as the organisation launches an advisory tasked with feeding technical insights learned through deployment back into the developer community.

China Telecom cloud subsidiary taps Nuage Networks for SDN deployment

China Telecom's cloud arm is deploying SDN in its datacentres to improve scalability, resillience

CTCC, China Telecom’s cloud services-focused subsidiary is deploying Nuage Network’s software defined networking technology to underpin the firm’s datacentre architecture.

SAP, China Telecom launch cloud datacentre in Shanghai

SAP is anticipating huge demand for its cloud services in China

SAP and China Communications Services (CCS), a subsidiary of China Telecom Group, have launched a cloud computing datacentre in Shanghai.

OIF, ONF link up to test transport SDN

The OIF and ONF are working on SDN in the transport layer

The Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF), an industry group uniting the data and optical networking sectors including carriers, component manufacturers and system vendors, has announced a collaboration with the Open Networking Foundation (ONF) which will see the organisations work together with leading telcos and research institutions to test software defined networking (SDN) in the transport layer.

China Telecom, IBM focus on SME cloud

IBM hand China Telecom are partnering to bring cloud services to SMEs

China Telecom has signed a three-year agreement with IBM to help small and medium businesses in China implement secure, cost-effective and scalable SAP cloud-based applications.

VMware partners with telcos for Asia-Pacific hybrid cloud expansion

Bill Fathers: 'VMware to cover 75 per cent of the world’s cloud market by end of year'

Virtualisation incumbent VMware has inked partnerships with China Telecom and SoftBank in a move that will see both telcos host and help sell the company’s hybrid cloud service in the region. The move marks a significant expansion of the service as VMware looks to take its hybrid cloud offerings beyond North America and Europe.

China Unicom invests HK$3bn to build Hong Kong datacentre

China Unicom said Thursday that it will invest HK$3bn to build a Hong Kong datacentre, which will host the company's growing cloud services portfolio

China Unicom announced its intention to build it largest datacentre outside mainland China Thursday, which will host the company’s growing portfolio of cloud-based services. The telco said it plans to invest HK$3bn (£240m) in the new facility.

SAP, LG ink cloud deal

LG CNS has inked a deal with SAP that will see LG CNS deploy SAP HANA within its datacentres

Korean IT consulting and technology services provider LG CNS has inked a deal with SAP that will see LG CNS deploy SAP HANA within its datacentres and offer the cloud-based service to its customers.

Pacnet and China Telecom partner on datacentres, cloud

China Telecom and Pacnet are working together to expand cloud services in the city of Chongqing

Hong Kong-based Pacnet, which operates a large datacentre network in Asia Pacific, the US and Europe announced a strategic partnership with China Telecom Thursday that will see both companies jointly expand and develop datacentres for cloud solutions in the city of Chongqing, a rapidly growing municipality in the southwest of China.

Phorm chosen by China Telecom for Big Data advertising plan

Clouder and Koverse are partnering to develop commercial offerings based on Apache Accumulo, an open source key-store project originally developed by the NSA

Controversial UK-based behavioural advertising company Phorm, which now labels itself an “internet personalisation technology company,” has scored a partnership with China Telecom as a supplier of advertising tools.

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