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2013-04-10 Tech giants to develop open source code for SDNs
A consortium of large communications and software giants to provide open source code for software defined networks
2012-04-27 Panel discusses SDN's fate as the future of networking
A panel at NetEvents' APAC Press Analyst Summit held Hong Kong talked about the advantages of open flow to answer the issues encountered by networks as they cope with the growing traffic in data centers
2014-07-28 Google, Facebook clash steps up in data centre networking space
Google and Facebook will share their visions of data centre networking, likely both similar and competing, at the Hot Interconnects event in August
2014-12-11 Broadcom's open switch pipeline spec aims at carrier network
The OF-DPA 2.0 enables SDN use cases such as network virtualisation, traffic engineering and service chaining. It features OpenFlow switch pipeline that supports multiple platforms.
2012-02-27 Peek at upcoming in-vehicle networking trends
Find out how MOST has transitioned from being a niche technology to a widely adaptive standard.
2011-11-02 Open source data center edges its way to completion
Facebook has outed hardware specs to define standards for server components, systems and data centers for the largest users.
2015-03-23 Open Power Summit showcases high-end boards for data centres
The Open Power Foundation, which includes IBM, aims to offer an alternative source of high-end server technology with big data centres and international governments among the first to show interest
2009-02-02 Intel builds open labs in Europe
Chip giant Intel Corp. has announced the formation of Intel Labs Europe with "open labs" being formed in Leixlip, Ireland and Munich, Germany
2015-10-02 Impact of open standards on E-IoT and smart lighting
The flexibility of open standards allows the ability to tie into existing lighting control frameworks without needing to buy a separate system to manage each additional device or system
2007-04-16 Groups call for open cellular nets
A growing chorus of companies and public-interest groups is calling for cellular carriers to open their networks to any device or Web application. Carrier restrictions are choking innovation and consumer choice, stalling the next big round in wireless growth, they say
2012-02-17 Using OpenFlow protocol to control network flow
Learn why it is important to build the open-source specification OpenFlow into routers, switches, and other devices to realize the benefits of Software-Defined Networks
2014-03-07 SDN shift drags router, switch sales
Software-defined networking, which aims to ease the work of building and running large networks, has many large buyers retooling for the technology, bringing down router and switch sales
2013-04-23 ASIC's communications days could be numbered
A new breed of merchant networking processors will replace ASICs in routers and switches over the next decade, Stanford University engineering professor Nick McKeown believes
2007-07-02 The anatomy of the digital home
Parks defines the "digital home" as having two-way connectivity between two or more subsystems thus, it must start with a reliable, robust and secure wired and wireless platform fed by a broadband connection.
2003-09-08 Tasman Networks opens India development center
Tasman Networks Inc. is the latest in a lengthening line of U.S. and European companies to open a development center in India
2010-11-26 Platform manages energy via cloud computing
People Power is licensing network termination stacks and proprietary wireless network adapters that enable remote energy monitoring and device control to manufacturers of durable goods.
2015-03-27 Panasonic and IoT: Existing technologies and beyond
Describing the 747 as one of its crowning IoT achievements, Todd Rytting justifies how the company claims to be an IoT leader in connected business-to-business solutions and client applications.
2009-05-04 Nokia plays catch-up with Apple
As they battle for developers' mindshare in the mobile handset space, Nokia Corp. and Symbian Foundation find themselves between a rock and a hard place
2014-06-06 Fujitsu Labs outlines 'monozukuri' innovation quest
Fujitsu's eighth annual technology symposium focused on the transformation of the innovation process, which now involves open-source software development, crowdsourcing, and 3D printing
2013-01-22 Facebook: ARM server SoCs still fall short
Facebook executives said they want server SoCs that pack lots of cores and not much else.
2013-01-18 Facebook server project receives ARM support
Several ARM server SoC vendors are supporting a new CPU agnostic board spec that is part of Facebook's Open Compute Project
2014-03-06 Broadcom, Freescale make their SDN entrance
SDN interfaces developed using the OpenFlow standards have been rolled out at the Open Networking Summit
2015-07-16 Thread Group welcomes Qualcomm, outs Ver1.0 for IoT
Established to develop reliable, secure and low-power mesh networking protocols for IoT in the home, the group said its new specs, which passed rigorous interoperability testing, are available to members
2013-04-08 Silicon Labs gets ZigBee IP golden unit certification
The Ember ZigBee solutions meet the ZigBee Alliance specification for end-to-end IPv6-based wireless mesh networking
2008-01-14 Freescale opens Synkro protocol to CE makers
Freescale Semiconductor has announced an initiative to offer its RF entertainment control network technology as an open industry specification to leading CE manufacturers
2012-09-24 Enabling soft networks with SoC silicon
Find out how to address the need for a more powerful networking building block to enable a softer, more dynamic network
2014-03-06 Reference platform taps OpenFlow standards
Broadcom makes an entrance into the SDN application ecosystem by mapping the OpenFlow 1.3.1 pipeline to its StrataXGS Trident switches.
2015-06-22 Google uncloaks SDN for data centre networks
Showing support for the emerging approach, systems giants from Brocade to ZTE participated in software-defined networks demos for carriers, data centres and enterprises.
2012-04-19 Google uncovers OpenFlow network
OpenFlow is a technique for controlling network operations in software run on centralized computer servers saving cost, time and power.
2010-05-17 Cisco, Apollo deliver connected healthcare
Asia healthcare provider Apollo Hospitals and Cisco are collaborating to help transform healthcare through ICT.
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