October 6, 2016
SD-WAN Is Not WAN SDN
With its ability to create self-healing, self-optimizing networks at lower costs, SDN is causing an evolution in the network world. SDN can help servi...
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September 28, 2016
Orchestration – Get Ready for the Platform Revolution
TM Forum has published a new report, “Orchestration: Get ready for the platform revolution,” that examines the state of orchestration in service...
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September 9, 2016
On-Demand Webcast: Managing & Orchestrating Multi-Service SDNs
Light Reading’s recent webcast on Managing & Orchestrating Multi-Service SDNs is now available on demand. Heavy Reading Senior Analyst Sandra O...
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August 16, 2016
PCE Tunnels with ONOS Goldeneye: A Packet Design How-to
ONOS (Open Network Operating System) Project released its seventh version – Goldeneye – on June 24 of this year. Goldeneye includes various bug fi...
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July 27, 2016
Packet Design CEO Video: Enabling Self-Healing, Self-Optimizing Networks
Packet Design CEO Scott Sherwood recently recorded a short video for Light Reading discussing what we do, why we are different, and how we have parlay...
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July 17, 2016
SDN Adoption, Obstacles, and Apps: Latest Research.
Last week I presented the results of the TechValidate survey of network operators we commissioned on the extent and impact of routing issues in the WA...
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June 16, 2016
NFV/SDN Reality Check: Where Are We?
“It’s nice to see the telecom industry move at less than a snail’s pace…” said Peter Jarich, vice president at analyst firm Current Analysis...
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June 8, 2016
Self-learning SDN
The significant victory of AlphaGo, beating the world champion Lee Se-dol at the Chinese board game Go, has fascinated the entire world. This was a...
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June 2, 2016
Open Source Software and SDN
Light Reading held its third Big Communications Event (BCE, formerly BTE) in Austin last week. Packet Design was a demo sponsor for the two-day event...
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May 19, 2016
Driverless SDN? Not So Fast.
By some estimates, self-driving cars may soon make the industrialized world safer by replacing cars driven by sleep-deprived, drunk, aged, text-addi...
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