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With Q1 Revenues Down, Ericsson Awaits Growth in NFV, SDN & Small Cells
By: Paula Bernier
The decline in sales is primarily due to lower revenues from two large mobile broadband coverage projects in North America, which peaked in the first half of 2013, and reduced activity in Japan, as reported previously by TMCnet. That, however, was offset in part by the growth Ericsson has seen in Ch… - 04/23/2014

Google Implements NFV, SDN as Part of Its Andromeda Effort
By: Paula Bernier
Google this month announced that the Andromeda network virtualization stack is now available on two Google Compute Engine zones, and that it'll be migrating the others to Andromeda in the near future. The current Andromeda zones include us-central1-b and europe-west1-a. - 04/22/2014

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




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