Content posted in August 2015
NFV: What's in It for Me?
Teresa Mastrangelo 8/31/2015 2 comments
Most of the focus related to New IP network transformation has been towards virtualization. But how this transformation benefits the end user is often not asked about or discussed.
Poll: SDN & NFV Readiness Meter
Elizabeth Miller Coyne 8/31/2015 5 comments
Results of The New IP's SDN and NFV Readiness meter poll show that almost 50% of New IP readers say that SDN and NFV are top priorities at their organizations.
Setting the IoT Standards
Ariella Brown 8/27/2015 17 comments
As security and standardization concerns around IoT rise, The Online Trust Alliance wants to set industry standards and best practices.
Own It: Your Own Network
Elizabeth Miller Coyne 8/26/2015 14 comments
In a New IP world built on software-defined networks (SDN) and virtualized functions, everyone can get their own network.
The M2M & IoT Tipping Point
Elizabeth Miller Coyne 8/13/2015 28 comments
With nearly every element of a manufacturing plant, business process or system being connected to the network, IoT is heading towards a tipping point.
Open Source Holds Appeal, Challenge for Telecom
Carol Wilson 8/13/2015 5 comments
Head of Linux Foundation sees a serious uptick in open source interest from major telecom players that must overcome challenges to change the way they do business and find the needed software development skills.
The Three R's of IoT
Ariella Brown 8/10/2015 13 comments
While a software-defined, virtual New IP network promises the agility needed to support more a more connected "smart" world, that "smart" world also comes with significant risks, including more opportunities for hackers to find an entry point to gain control.
Andrew Dugan, acting Chief Technology Officer at Level 3, discusses the service provider's SDN success and plans for NFV.
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Dave Ward, Cisco's CTO of Engineering and Chief Architect, outlines his vision for the future of virtualization.
AT&T's Doug Nassaur discusses interoperability and virtualization during BCE 2016 in Austin.
Lynn Comp, senior director of market development for the Network Platforms Group for Intel, outlines her vision for the future of virtualization.