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  • SD-WAN is Dead. Long Live Secure SD-WAN!

    SD-WAN is Dead. Long Live Secure SD-WAN!

    In the age of Digital Transformation, SD-WAN is on the lips of all enterprises and service providers. While the operational and commercial benefits of SD-WAN are clear, the focus on these as...

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  • Verizon: Lack of Interoperability, Consistency Slows Automation

    Verizon: Lack of Interoperability, Consistency Slows Automation

    Verizon executive Vickie Lonker thinks both vendors and network service providers can do a better job to move forward faster.

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  • Verizon accelerates business' network virtualization journey with new network bundles

    Verizon accelerates business' network virtualization journey with new network bundles

    Verizon has taken another step to enable businesses to advance their virtualization plans with its new Virtual Network Services Solution Bundles, a set of tools and services it says can streamline...

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  • Microsoft introduces Azure Sphere to protect your IoT

    Microsoft introduces Azure Sphere to protect your IoT

    It's a comprehensive system meant to secure some of the most vulnerable devices connected to the internet.

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  • Verizon Closes the Loop on Virtual Services

    Verizon Closes the Loop on Virtual Services

    New service bundles let customers more easily access virtual services to speed their own transformations, and will lead to self-service soon.

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  • Verizon report: Ransomware top malware threat of 2017, moving into critical systems

    Verizon report: Ransomware top malware threat of 2017, moving into critical systems

    Verizon released its Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) this morning, the massive, in-depth analysis of last year's security breaches, based on 53,000 security incidents from 67 contributing...

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  • State of SDN and NFV — Hype or Reality?

    State of SDN and NFV — Hype or Reality?

    SDN and NFV are a reality today, but is it the reality that the industry wanted? It's up to the SDN community to set realistic expectations and be candid about the challenges. Visit us at...

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  • CenturyLink Increases Cybersecurity Capabilities Post-Level 3 Buy

    CenturyLink Increases Cybersecurity Capabilities Post-Level 3 Buy

    Enhanced threat awareness feeds into CenturyLink's portfolio of security services, including it's cloud-based Adaptive Threat Intelligence offering, which includes enhancements such as the ability...

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  • Service Providers Have Work Ahead for SD-WAN Security | Light Reading

    Service Providers Have Work Ahead for SD-WAN Security | Light Reading

    Communications service providers that are specialists in software-defined wide-area networking believe they're doing a good job on SD-WAN security but need to consider some enhancements to...

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  • Etisalat, Singtel, SoftBank and Telefónica become security superheroes

    Etisalat, Singtel, SoftBank and Telefónica become security superheroes

    Etisalat, Singtel, SoftBank and Telefónica have teamed up to form the Global Cyber Security Alliance, patrolling the shadowy information highway to protect innocent punters from the evils of...

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  • CenturyLink CTO: SDOs Crucial to Automation

    CenturyLink CTO: SDOs Crucial to Automation

    Aamir Hussain joined MEF's Board of Directors and points to its LSO work and the API frameworks provided by TM Forum as important.

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  • AT&T will let the market pick the SD-WAN vendor winners, losers, sees interop potential

    AT&T will let the market pick the SD-WAN vendor winners, losers, sees interop potential

    AT&T certainly has plenty of SD-WAN experience, but admits that vendor solutions are far from equal.

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  • 5G is a security risk right now – ENISA

    5G is a security risk right now – ENISA

    The European Union Agency for Network and Information Security, ENISA, has released a research papers which highlights the security flaws of yesteryear are still a threat in the 5G world of tomorrow.

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  • Amdocs Leverages ONAP to Win Microsoft as a Customer

    Amdocs Leverages ONAP to Win Microsoft as a Customer

    Amdocs' leadership position in ONAP seems to have given it an entrée with a major public cloud provider. And an Amdocs exec says open source is an environment where you cannot disconnect technical...

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  • AT&T Preps White Box Routers for 5G

    AT&T Preps White Box Routers for 5G

    AT&T looks to expand its white box router approach to macro sites and small cells for 5G.

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  • ONF Operators Take Charge of Edge SDN

    ONF Operators Take Charge of Edge SDN

    New strategic initiative led by eight major operators will spell out for vendors exactly how operators want new open networks to be built.

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  • Accenture CIO: Journey to Cloud Accelerates Tech Upgrades

    Accenture CIO: Journey to Cloud Accelerates Tech Upgrades

    Accenture CIO Andrew Wilson is 2 years into a 3-year journey to put 90% of the company's IT infrastructure into the cloud. Here's how that cloud commitment helped accelerate a recent IT project.

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  • IDG Contributor Network: You’re too busy to get your security right

    IDG Contributor Network: You’re too busy to get your security right

    Every now and then the topic of being a security generalist comes up in a conversation. Almost every organization has a person who deals with a wide variety of security matters. Security isn’t...

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  • Why Open Source & Hardware Integration Can Work for Service Providers | Light Reading

    Why Open Source & Hardware Integration Can Work for Service Providers | Light Reading

    Kontron's GM, Robert Courteau, discusses how hardware still matters in a software-defined world. He explains how vendors like Kontron and its partners have made significant strides to eliminate...

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  • Verizon and Colt Use SDN Orchestration to Control Each Other’s Networks

    Verizon and Colt Use SDN Orchestration to Control Each Other’s Networks

    The companies claim the PoC was the first to show two-way control.

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