New Report Software Defined Networking (SDN) Market And Network Virtualization Market (2012 – 2017) by MarketsandMarkets

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SDN refers to a network infrastructure in which the network control plane is decoupled from the physical topology. It provides operators with several advantages including increased flexibility and performance along with simplified operations. It is emerging as one of the most promising networking technologies in recent years.

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The Software-Defined Networking (SDN) Market research report covers application segments, worldwide trends, market forces, features and benefits and adoption factors for SDNs.

SDN refers to a network infrastructure in which the network control plane is decoupled from the physical topology. It provides operators with several advantages including increased flexibility and performance along with simplified operations. It is emerging as one of the most promising networking technologies in recent years. The concept would give network operators better control of their infrastructure, allowing optimization and customization reducing the operational and capital costs. Through SDNs, network operators can build their infrastructure, while at the same time, incumbent vendors and startups develop products for operators and enterprises. The Software-Defined Networking (SDN) Market research report covers application segments, worldwide trends, market forces, features and benefits and adoption factors for SDNs.

Table of Contents

1 introduction
1.1 key take-aways
1.2 report description
1.3 markets covered
1.4 stakeholders
1.5 forecast assumptions
1.6 research methodology
2 executive summary
3 market overview
3.1 market definition – software defined networking
3.2 evolution of sdn
3.3 business/application/cloud orchestration
3.4 openflow and networking
3.5 market segmentation
3.6 overall market size
3.7 winning imperatives
3.8 burning issues
3.9 market dynamics
3.9.1 drivers
3.9.2 restraints
3.9.3 opportunites
3.10 impact analysis of dros
3.11 value-chain analysis
3.12 sdn ecosystem
3.12.1 applications/services
3.12.2 cloud management
3.10.3 open source controllers
3.10.4 rest api
3.12.5 sdn controllers
3.12.6 switch infrastructure
4 sdn and network virtualization: technology trends and standards
4.1 introduction
4.2 technologies and platforms
4.2.1 recent trends
4.2.2 deep packet inspection (dpi)
4.2.3 geographic load balancing
4.2.4 power management
4.2.5 cloud management
4.2.6 software applications
4.3 standards
4.3.1 data center bridging (dcb)
4.3.2 fibre channel over ethernet (fcoe)
4.3.3 network virtualization using generic routing encapsulation (nvgre)
4.3.4 openflow
4.3.5 shortest path bridging (spb)
4.3.6 transparent interconnection of lots of links (trill)
4.3.7 virtual ethernet port aggregator (vepa)
4.3.8 virtual extensible local area network (vxlan)
5 sdn market size, analysis and forecast by solutions
5.1 by sdn switching
5.1.1 overview
5.1.2 market size and forecast
5.2 by sdn controllers
5.2.1 overview
5.2.2 market size and forecast
5.3 by cloud virtualization applications
5.3.1 overview
5.3.2 market size and forecast
5.4 by network virtualization security
5.4.1 overview
5.4.2 market size and forecast
6 sdn: market analysis and forecast by geographies
6.1 north america
6.1.1 overview
6.1.2 market size & forecast
6.1.3 mobile operators and initiatives
6.2 latin america
6.2.1 overview
6.2.2 market size & forecast
6.2.3 mobile operators and initiatives
6.3 europe
6.3.1 overview
6.3.2 market size & forecast
6.3.3 mobile operators and initiatives
6.4 asia-pacific (apac)
6.4.1 overview
6.4.2 market size & forecast
6.4.3 mobile operators and initiatives
6.5 middle-east & africa (mea)
6.5.1 overview
6.5.2 market size & forecast
6.5.3 mobile operators and initiatives
7 sdn: business models and approaches
7.1 business model – now
7.1.1 manual process driven approach
7.1.2 network functionality at a virtual layer
7.1.3 device centricity
7.1.4 openflow driven
7.1.5 critical success factors
7.2 business model – in the future
7.2.1 enterprise data center networks approach
7.2.2 hyper scale cloud networking
7.2.3 sdn - a function of software development
7.2.4 collaboration with virtual networking frameworks
7.2.5 virtual networking leadership
8 sdn: adoption factors and technology roadmaps
8.1 driving adoption
8.1.1 academia and open source communities
8.1.2 openflow’s standard dependency
8.1.3 sdn is a solution sell, not a box sell
8.1.4 sdn overcomes the ‘rip and replace’ strategy
8.1.5 role of value-added resellers (var)
8.2 technology and market roadmap
8.2.1 sdn inevitable
8.2.2 functionality to openflow controllers
8.2.3 revolutionizing network utilization
8.2.4 transitioning for competitive advantage
8.2.5 enterprise commercialization
9 competitive landscape
9.1 overview
9.2 vendor share analysis
9.3 mergers and acquisitions – impact analysis
9.4 new product offerings – impact analysis
10 company profiles (key industry players)
10.1 6wind
10.2 adara networks
10.3 arista networks
10.4 at&t
10.5 big switch
10.6 brocade
10.7 chipstart
10.8 cisco
10.9 contextream
10.10 cumulus networks
10.11 dell
10.12 deutsche telekom
10.13 embrane
10.14 enterasys
10.15 ericsson
10.16 extreme networks
10.17 hewlett-packard
10.18 ibm
10.19 infoblox
10.20 intel corp.
10.21 ip infusion
10.22 juniper networks
10.23 linerate systems
10.24 metaswitch networks
10.25 nec
10.26 netgear
10.27 netronome
10.28 nicira
10.29 ntt communications
10.30 pica8
10.31 plexxi
10.32 varmour networks
10.33 vcider
10.34 vello systems
10.35 vmware inc.
10.36 vyatta
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