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StackIQ Joins OpenStack Effort, Tapped by ALU
By: Paula Bernier
Cluster management solution provider StackIQ has joined the Red Hat OpenStack ecosystem and announced that its own technology is used for the deployment and management of Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform in Alcatel-Lucent's CloudBand NFV Platform. - 04/15/2014

ConteXtream, Guavus Partner on NFV, SDN
By: Paula Bernier
Virtualization outfit ConteXtream Inc. has joined forces with data analytics firm Guavus to bring real-time analytics to software-defined networking service provider deployments. - 04/11/2014

Huawei Opens OpenDaylight Lab in China
By: Paula Bernier
In an effort to move on the network functions virtualization and software-defined networking opportunity, Chinese telecom equipment powerhouse Huawei has established a lab in Shenzhen where developers and users in the Asia Pacific can test and otherwise experiment with OpenDaylight solutions at no c… - 04/09/2014

Current Analysis Survey: CTOs, Strategy Drive NFV and SDN Buying
By: Paula Bernier
The buying decisions of facilities-based service providers, regarding network functions virtualization and software-defined networking, are being driven by strategic goals and high-level individuals at these organizations. Yet cost remains the primary driver, according to new survey results just rel… - 04/07/2014

CEF's 'Open Cloud Project' Debuts to Bolster Development of CloudE 1.0 Open Cloud Framework
By: Madhubanti Rudra
As a joint initiative of CloudEthernet Forum (CEF) and Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF), CEF 'Open Cloud Project' recently debuted as the cloud industry's first program for the interoperability testing, compliance and best practices for open cloud environment. - 04/03/2014

Software Telco Congress

Virtualization has taken the IT world by storm but to date the comms market has been mostly unaffected – relying instead on proprietary appliances for numerous functions. A recent industry push to establish network standards virtualization will potentially shake-up the telecommunications market even more than the move to IP communications. As network hardware begins to be released as software, carriers are expected to save money and benefit greatly from new levels of flexibility related to hosting their network in private and virtual private clouds.

Software Telco Congress Benefits:

Who Will Attend:

Tier 1, 2 and 3 Telcos