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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.

Comcast, Lenovo join OpenDaylight SDN effort

Comcast and Lenovo have thrown their weight behind the OpenDaylight Project

Comcast and Lenovo have thrown their hats into the OpenDaylight Project, an open source collaboration between many of the industry’s major networking incumbents on the core architectures enabling software defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualisation (NFV).

OpenDaylight nears 50 members as CA, Spirent join the SDN, NFV effort

OpenDaylight continues to gain mindshare among vendors across the stack as SDN progresses

CA Technologies, Spirent, IIX and Megaport have thrown their weight behind OpenDaylight, an open source collaboration between many of the industry’s major networking incumbents on the core architectures enabling software defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualisation (NFV).

Infinera, Kemp join OpenDaylight to advance SDN, NFV

OpenDaylight Project added Infinera and Kemp to its roster of members

Telecoms vendors Infinera and Kemp Technologies have joined the OpenDaylight Project, an open source collaboration between many of the industry’s major networking incumbents on the core architectures enabling software defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualisation (NFV).

Numergy selects Nuage Networks for SDN to support cloud datacentres

French cloud service provider Numergy selected Nuage Networks' SDN platform, and plans to virtualise more of its datacentre resources

French cloud service provider and IT specialist Numergy announced Wednesday that the company will deploy Alcatel-Lucent routers and Nuage Network’s software defined networking (SDN) platform to support its cloud computing infrastructure. The cloud service provider said the move is an essential stepping stone towards virtualising more of its datacentre resources.

Cloud requires a datacentre revolution open source can deliver, says Rackspace VP

Nigel Beighton, vice president of technology, Rackspace

Interoperability in the cloud is something most vendors talk about and all enterprises desire, but achieving the goal of large, scalable, interoperable clouds will require a revolution in the datacentre. This is not happening fast enough for Nigel Beighton, vice president of technology at Rackspace. But as the open source philosophy begins to take hold in the development not just of software but of physical datacentre assets, that revolution might not be too far off.

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