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  • Brisbane-developed software powers new PCCW Global SD-WAN service

    PCCW Global, the international operating division of HKT (Hong Kong Telecom), has launched a global software-defined wide area network service (SD-WAN) using technology from recently acquired Console Connect, a US startup that conducted most of its R&D and software development in Brisbane.

  • Application specific networks now a reality, says NetFoundry

    What if you could set up, on demand, a global network with the bandwidth, latency, security and routing that your applications require, just as easily as you can today provision the storage and processing power in the cloud that applications require?

  • Buzzword bingo! Making Sense of SDN, SD-WAN, NFV and VNF

    Everyone in the SD-WAN solutions business frequently faces buzzword confusion when interacting with customers and partners learning about these newer concepts and technologies. It’s helpful first to define the four terms, before proceeding to a discussion of how they are related to one another, and what they all mean to your network.