Analytics have moved from a nice-to-have feature to a must-have, particularly in the growing land of SD-WAN.
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Hewlett Packard Enterprise has made a significant leap into the SD-WAN market with its offer to buy networking vendor Silver Peak for $925 million.
While the previously hot SD-WAN market has slowed and IT budgets overall are under pressure, Covid-19 has created demand for other network capabilities.
The conga line around secure-access service edge, continues to grow with Juniper Networks becoming the latest to join the dance.
With an eye towards easing potential performance and capacity constraints at the edge of the network, Cisco has bumped up the performance and configuration options for its workhorse router families.
VMware is boosting secure access for remote and mobile workers by mixing its Workspace ONE offering with its SD-WAN package.
Advancing intelligent edge, artificial intelligence, machine learning and everything-as-a-service by 2022 cited as important subjects.
With machine learning added to the PAN-OS firewall operating system, firewalls are better equipped to defend IoT devices and containers.
Cisco has added features to is flagship network control platform, DNA Center, that introduce new analytics and problem-solving capabilities for enterprise network customers.
A very different Cisco Live customer event began today: Totally online, no pomp, blaring music or flashing lights and featuring a keynote address that hit upon global challenges outside the tech industry.
Aruba took the wraps off a platform the company says will use machine learning and artificial intelligence technology to help customers manage and protect edge network resources.
Cisco has unleashed an extensive new round of security warnings, mostly for users of its iOS XE software and industrial router family.
World’s largest airline manufacturer Airbus is well on its way to utilising and helping influence the development of the future of quantum computing.
Cisco is telling customers of its Nexus core data centre switches to fix or work around a vulnerability that could leave the boxes open to a DOS attack.
Cisco, Aruba and Juniper are unwrapping packages aimed at helping organisations safely re-open as some Covid-19 restrictions ease.
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