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In the SD-WAN race, every horse believes it has some form of "special sauce". Picking a winner looks tough. Looks like I am going to need a few more jockeys.
Walking the pooch along a great beach in fabulous weather is a time where the mind wanders, reflecting, grieving and celebrating the year that was, getting ready for the new year ahead
My "Internet takes over the WAN" prediction may ultimately prove correct; just a question of how many years I was wrong by.
Will telephone exchanges eventually evolve into highly distributed data centres supporting close proximity traffic steering, VNF deployment and application platform access, taking complexity away from the branch and making the core even more damn sexy than it is already?
MTM is supporting accelerated NBN rollout - getting better services to more customers sooner - so I am going to say MTM is a positive move.
So beyond a reliable, resilient and intelligent network, what's next?
VPN services are being used by organisations to simplify and automate IT service management processes.
How do you explain to your significant other that, well you don't have the power to make the NBN replicate the Republic of Korea's broadband infrastructure?
SDN and NFV may look like the new superheroes of the networking world, but they are only foundation members of an orchestra now playing a dynamic network symphony.