Cisco and Google have launched a joint platform that integrates Cisco's SD-WAN connectivity with applications on Google Cloud.
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Network World survey finds SD-WAN, edge networking, security, 5G, IoT, server consolidation and WAN optimisation top priorities.
Cisco has posted a package of 17 critical security warnings about authentication vulnerabilities in its Unified Computing System.
IBM has rolled out two new entry level, 19” single-frame, air-cooled platforms, the z15 Model T02 and LinuxONE III Model LT2.
VMware has pumped out a key version of its core networking software with over 100 new features and added security and application support.
Amid the business chaos Covid-19 is causing, IBM has set its course by installing Arvind Krishna as CEO and Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst as president.
Cisco wants Fluidmesh to bolster wireless connectivity applications in large-scale distributed sites
With an eye towards significantly bolstering its edge networking offerings, Palo Alto has entered into an agreement to buy CloudGenix for $420 million.
Cisco has transferred the development and promotion of its OpenRoaming technology to the Wireless Broadband Alliance.
VMware has rolled out its Kubernetes technology, Tanzu, across its major software platforms in a major revamp of its key product families.
Cisco will meld its recently released Intelligent Edge software with Microsoft’s Azure IoT Hub to make transferring data from edge devices to applications in the Azure cloud.
Cisco has issued another batch of security warnings that include problems in its Firepower firewall (FXOS), Unified Computing System (UCS) software and Nexus switch operating system (NX-OS) .
The security enhancements further VMware’s overarching goal of integrating security features deeply within the infrastructure – a concept it calls intrinsic security – that it says will better protect networked workloads than traditional piecemeal protection systems.
Juniper is filling out its enterprise security portfolio by integrating support for its Mist wireless customers.
Cisco said that by 2023 machine-to-machine communications will make up 50% or about 14.7 billion of all networked connections.
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