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Avaya's ONA IoT device wins Network Innovation Award

Avaya wins this month's Network Innovation Award for its Open Networking Adapter, which enables SDN and IoT integration by turning end-user devices into intelligent "network nodes."


Cisco to grow third-party support in SDN platform

Cisco is preparing to open up ACI, the company's SDN framework, to nonpartner products that provide Layer 4-7 network services.


Paths of SDN and NFV to become more defined in '16

In this week's blogs round-up, an analyst predicts that SDN/NFV will see decisive changes in 2016, while a blogger says open source SDN projects are gaining steam.


Does SDN uphold the principle of end-to-end networking?

The end-to-end principle was a core tenet of the early Internet, but where does it fit in the software-defined network? Analyst John Burke explains.

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