The top 10 Software-Defined Everything (SDx) and networking technologies market report studies the major mobility technologies, such as Software-Defined Networking (SDN) & Network Function Virtualization (NFV), software-defined Wide Area Network (WAN), Virtual Customer Premises Equipment (V-CPE), Wi-Fi-as-a-service, software-defined storage, software-defined security, Content Delivery Network (CDN), software-defined data center, network analytics, and unified network management.
IBM is a multinational IT company that offers business solutions through five segments: global technology services, global business services, software, systems & technology, and global financing. IBM entered into the networking market by acquiring BLADE Network Technologies in October 2010. This acquisition helped IBM increase its portfolio offerings by the introduction of blade servers, top-of-rack switches, and software to virtualize & manage cloud computing. For Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC), the company has grouped a term, SDE. This SDE group of IBM offers networking, storage, and virtualization solutions, which can be used by customers to optimize their business operations. Under this term, IBM has included application, middleware, and integration solutions & services. For software-defined storage, IBM plans to invest more than USD one billion in its storage software portfolio over the next five years, to accelerate the development of storage software. The company also continues to deliver innovative solutions, which assist its strategy to support organizations via building a customer-centric business model and this strategy is further supported by IBM’s recent disclosure of its PowerLinux systems for analytics and cloud computing.
Cisco Systems, Inc. is a U.S.-based Multi-National Corporation (MNC) that designs and manufactures networking-based products and solutions associated to the telecom and IT industry. Cisco offers its networking solutions to enterprises and service providers. It largely focuses on designing innovative networking solutions for various industries, such as transportation, retail, and manufacturing. The company competes in the networking and communications equipment sector with Alcatel-Lucent, Avaya Inc., and Juniper Networks. Cisco believes in the five pillars of business strategy, which are build, buy, partner, invest, and co-develop. In line with the organic strategy, Cisco is continuously adding new products and upgradations, such as UCS S-Series, which is designed to address the need of the data-concentrated workloads, such as big data, SD-storage, object storage, and data protection solutions. The company is also trying to hold its market position with inorganic strategies, such as partnerships and strategic alliances. The company maintains its market leadership by developing innovative SDN solutions and is looking for new avenues in emerging economies, such as Asia-Pacific (APAC) and Middle East & Africa (MEA).
Juniper Networks, Inc. is a global provider of secure open and scalable network infrastructure to enterprises, governments, service providers, and public sector organizations for their business-critical applications. It offers solutions using various technologies, such as analytics, automation & orchestration, broadband network gateways, data center & cloud, mobile backhaul, Network Function Virtualization Infrastructure (NFVI), converged supercore, and SDN. Juniper Networks known for network innovations, aims to provide innovations for service providers and enterprises for high-IQ networks and cloud environments. Juniper is now focusing on five principles: separating networking software into four planes (management, services, control, and forwarding), centralizing these four planes to simplify network design, creating a platform for network applications, standardizing protocols, and applying SDN to all networking & network services. The company’s new strategy capitalizes on its best-in-class switches, routers, security, control, and network management solutions to become a leader in providing high-IQ networks and cloud solutions. Juniper Networks is also working on unlocking the true potential of SDN, not just to market SDN-related products and services, but also to innovate its other network-related solutions. Juniper Networks is also a member of the Open Networking Foundation.
Top 10 SDx and Networking Technologies (SDN & NFV, Software-Defined WAN, V-CPE, Wi-Fi-as-a-Service, Software-Defined Storage, Software-Defined Security, CDN, Software-Defined Data Center, Network Analytics, Unified Network Management)
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