I consider these forms of possible lock-in for SD-WAN
Where I provide some sort of analysis of the industry as a whole or in part. Observations on vendor positioning, product capability, market strategy, and so forth.
Every and any decision is a form of lock-in. The decision to buy on-brand or off-brand, open or closed source, vendor A or vendor B has consequences that follow.
My personal approach to technology design is to visualise three broad stages. Day Zero, Day One and Day Two.
Another nail in the “telco cannot provide customised services” folder. Windstream sells its consumer business: “This transaction enables us to divest a non-core segment and focus exclusively on our two largest business units. In addition, it improves our credit profile and metrics in 2019 and beyond,” said Tony Thomas, president and CEO of Windstream. As […]
AT&T has finally found a buyer for its colocation business. AT&T Inc announced today that it has completed the sale of its data center colocation operations and assets to Brookfield Infrastructure and its institutional partners (“Brookfield”). The company previously announced a strategic alliance with Brookfield that included the transfer of these operations and assets. Why […]