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Will Juniper’s White Box Gamble Pay Off?

Martin Courtney

It is obvious from the noises being made by its senior executives that Juniper wants to be known as a disruptor – a shining example of a forward looking company ready and willing to embrace the realities of an SDN/NFV market that values virtualised software more than networking hardware. 301 more words

Juniper Networks

The Virtual Server - Part 3

What the operating systems had to say about my rig:

I still wasn’t sure about going with VMWare for the simple fact that I couldn’t really install drivers and make use of all the extra features the ASUS motherboard had to offer unless I was running windows.   394 more words

Computer Building

The Virtual Server - Part 2

the BUILD!  continued

The first thing I did as always was to test all the components out on the workbench before putting it into the case.   1,054 more words

Computer Building

The Virtual Server - Part 1

The virtual server was going to replace all my old kit.

Legacy-wise I had a rack-mount 4u server chassis with about 6 hard drives running off an AMD Athlon x64 2400 x2 which was AMD’s early stab at dual core processing.   1,349 more words

Computer Building

Brief Introduction

I am, by no means, a novice to the PC building word.

In fact I started building PCs while at university way back in 1997. 399 more words

Computer Building

NVIDIA supercharges Microsoft Azure

Virtualisation just got a little turbo charge with the introduction of NVIDIA GPU-enabled professional graphics applications and accelerated computing capabilities to the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. 166 more words


SDN/NFV Customers move at their own pace

For the moment software defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualisation (NFV) technology appear to be occupying that most precarious position on the infamous hype curve – where fervent expectations have peaked and the slow downward descent into reality has kicked in. 300 more words