Cisco has rolled out a new family of Catalyst switches, software, developer tools and blueprints to meld IoT and industrial networking.
Stories by Michael Cooney
Cisco is spreading its data-centre technology to help customers grow and control hybrid, multi-cloud or hyper-converged edge environments.
Cisco cloud-based DNA Spaces includes Cisco’s Connected Mobile Experience and enterprise geolocation tech purchased from July Systems.
Merged group, including Cisco, Juniper and Microsoft, looks to accelerate the adoption of all things edge computing, fog and Industrial IoT.
Cisco is buying Luxtera for $660 million and will build its silicon photonics into future enterprise data-centre, webscale, and service-provider networking gear.
Juniper CTO Bikash Koley looks at disaggregation, cloud computing and intent-based networking as he looks toward 2019.
AWS has taken square aim at the data centre by tying in VMware technology and rolling out two new services and on-premise hardware.
Software, SD-WAN, security, high-speed data-centre networking and more software fill up the Cisco hot plate for 2019.
IBM wants to make it easier for customers to move to multi-cloud environments by adding automation tools and extending its relationship with ServiceNow.
Cisco is making it possible to run, manage, automate and secure wired and wireless networks all on top of a single operating system.
Cisco has 400G Ethernet switches that fall into two camps: The Nexus 9000 family aimed at large enterprise networks and the 3400-S class for hyper-scale users.
Arista’s 7060X4 Series switches feature 32 400G Ethernet ports and are based on Broadcom Tomahawk silicon.
IBM’s new Multi-cloud Manager will manage workloads on Big Blue clouds but also on Amazon, Red Hat and Microsoft infrastructure.
Juniper Networks CEO Rami Rahim is shepherding a number of key transitions for the company, spanning network, security and multi-cloud.
Some Cisco Webex users are still having some problems with the collaboration system over a week after the service went dark.