Gartner projects worldwide IT spending will total $3.9 trillion in 2021, representing an increase of 6.2 per cent compared to 2020.
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Cisco has noted and fixed two critical and a number of high-degree vulnerabilities in its SD-WAN software portfolio.
Cisco has raised its takeover offer for Acacia to $4.5 billion, up from $2.6 billion, in a move aimed at boosting the vendor's optical system strategy.
After some saber-rattling, Cisco has sweetened the pot to acquire optical technology firm Acacia. The amended agreement calls for Cisco to pay $4.5 billion instead of the originally agreed upon $2.6 billion deal.
Most recently, Cisco said it has added similar support for its Data Center Network Manager (DCNM) software which manages existing networking systems running NX-OS.
Intel has unveiled plans to bring on current VMware leader Pat Gelsinger as new CEO, replacing Bob Swan in a significant statement of market intent.
Work from home users to get more sophisticated network hardware and software as enterprises consider options such as SD-WAN and SASE.
Tech giant brokered deal for Acacia in 2019 for approximately $2.6 billion to bolster optical systems portfolio, and Acacia wants out.
Cisco has added new security labels and enhanced cooperation with online marketplaces to crack down on criminals hawking counterfeit network hardware and software.
When it comes to managing hybrid and multi-cloud environments there are many options but no easy path nor lack of challenges.
SolarWinds is recommending that customers hit by the Trojan embedded in a version of its Orion platform update to a new release of the software.
Amazon Web Services has rolled out a new, more native way to connect SD-WAN infrastructures with AWS resources.
Aruba has taken the wraps off new orchestration software and switches that target users looking to build and support distributed data centres.
Looking to shore-up its intent-based networking software portfolio, Juniper Networks will buy Apstra for an undisclosed amount.
AWS expands Competency Program with help from consultants Deloitte and Tata, plus technology alliance partners.