Spotlight on the Busine$$ of SD-WAN

Paul Parker-Johnson, Practice Lead Cloud Virtual Systems Infrastructure, ACG Research, gives the opening address (sponsored by Layer123) at the SDN + NFV World Congress in the Hague, which focused on business case considerations in adopting SD-WAN solutions. More...

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By Stephen Collins On Tuesday, November 7th, 2017
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Powering Intelligent Network Services with Real-Time Visibility, Analytics and Automation

Cloud-native applications and services are highly dynamic and distributed across hyperscale, software-driven, virtualized application and network infrastructure. Continuously shifting traffic flows and bandwidth More...

By Tim Doiron On Monday, October 10th, 2016
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Orchestrating Dynamic Enterprise Services

Overcoming the Challenges of SD-WAN and vCPE Mass Deployment: An ACG White Paper In order to adapt to changing customer expectations and increasing competition from a new generation of cloud and content-based service More...

By Ray Mota On Thursday, March 24th, 2016
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Roll It! ACG’s 2015 Omega Winners Are…

ACG Research is honored to announce the 2015 Omega Awards. The award recognizes excellence in message marketing for either a HotSeat, Whiteboard or Spotlight Innovation video as well as vendor operational excellence. More...

By Robert Haim On Saturday, February 20th, 2016
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Business Case Analysis: Ericsson Router 8801 Distributed Subscriber Management

OTT traffic places huge demands on the backbone network. Three major trends are contributing to this: 1. Content moving towards 4K media streaming and requiring seven-times the bandwidth for each individual stream; More...

By Ray Mota On Wednesday, July 1st, 2015
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Increasing Business Agility through Layered Orchestration: An ACG HotSeat Video with Gee Rittenhouse, Cisco

Ray Mota, CEO, ACG Research, interviews Gee Rittenhouse, SVP, Cloud and Virtualization Group at Cisco. They discuss why Cisco has divided orchestration into two layers: one southbound facing layer, focusing on orchestrating More...