Singtel has unveiled a suite of hybrid cloud solutions, including the Data Centre and Cloud Connect Service (DC Connect) service which it claimed was a first-of-its-kind in Singapore.
Brocade has appointed Harry Chung as software solutions director for Asia Pacific Japan, where he will be responsible for driving the business and technical development of Brocade’s software networking portfolio.
US telco giant AT&T aims to move 75% of its network functions to software-defined networking by 2020 – a tough but worthwhile journey, it says. Benjamin Cher has the story.
An SD-WAN is significantly different from a legacy network and requires new ways of doing things, writes Doug Farndale of Silver Peak.
NEC Asia Pacific said it will be implementing a suite of technologies for Singapore public transport service provider SMRT Buses Ltd, at the Woodlands Temporary Bus Interchange as a Living Lab concept.
MyRepublic has launched what it claims is the world’s first self-provisioning plug-and-play wide area network service, MySDN Cloud VPN.
2016 will be marked by smarter machines and customers as co-creators, as well as data for social good and ‘softwarisation,’ according to Telenor Group’s Research arm.
Brocade aims to grow its business in Malaysia by double-digits this financial year, believing it can only benefit from the current economic slowdown.
Companies looking into software-defined networking should explore SD-WAN, instead of sticking to that ‘Walkman-era’ technology they’re trapped with.
Data centre technologies are emerging and evolving at an astounding pace, according to Emerson Network Power, as it released data centre trends to watch for in 2016.