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  • February 23, 2017 23 Feb'17

    Higher spending on public cloud service providers bad news for Cisco

    Enterprise spending on public cloud service providers will increase almost 22% annually through 2020, depressing sales of data center switches from Cisco and other suppliers.

  • February 22, 2017 22 Feb'17

    New Cisco VNF hardware designed for data centers, branch offices

    Cisco has introduced hardware that contains all the components for running virtual network functions. The new gear delivers Cisco VNFs in the data center and branch office.

  • February 22, 2017 22 Feb'17

    Cybersecurity policies take center stage at RSA 2017

    This week, bloggers look into cybersecurity policies presented at RSA 2017, how to confront hybrid cloud challenges and the meaning of the SMS-Curvature merger.

  • February 17, 2017 17 Feb'17

    Arista Networks' revenue rises, while rival Cisco stumbles

    Arista Networks' revenue rose more than 33% on strong sales of switches and routers. Arista released results a day after Cisco reported a decline in sales of networking gear.

  • February 16, 2017 16 Feb'17

    Cisco revenue continues to fall from weak sales in switches, routers

    Cisco revenue dropped for the fifth consecutive quarter due to declining sales of switches and routers. The company is expected to counter the drop with more acquisitions of network software makers.

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  • February 16, 2017 16 Feb'17

    Will automation define the future of network technology?

    This week, bloggers look at automation as the future of network technology, weigh in on Cumulus' EVPN features and examine ExtraHop's Addy machine learning analytics.

  • February 16, 2017 16 Feb'17

    Cisco opens Umbrella, a cloud-based secure internet gateway

    Cisco premieres a cloud-based secure internet gateway; Extreme Networks to provide wireless services to the World Series champion Chicago Cubs; mobile data traffic soars in 2016.

  • February 15, 2017 15 Feb'17

    ExtraHop intros Addy, machine learning as a service

    ExtraHop integrates machine learning and artificial intelligence with Addy, its new machine-learning-as-a-service offering.

  • February 14, 2017 14 Feb'17

    Riverbed bolsters SteelHead WAN optimization appliance with SD-WAN

    Riverbed cloaks its SteelHead SD-WAN optimization appliance with SteelConnect features to provide security and application acceleration.

  • February 10, 2017 10 Feb'17

    Cisco joins Microsoft in providing Azure Stack services in UCS server

    Cisco and Microsoft have worked together in delivering Azure Stack services through Cisco's UCS server. The new product ships in the third quarter.

  • February 09, 2017 09 Feb'17

    An Avaya networking sale may prove challenging

    This week, bloggers look into challenges facing an Avaya networking sale, ZeroStack's launch of automated infrastructure, and discuss the hot topics of this year's RSA Conference.

  • February 03, 2017 03 Feb'17

    Tetration Analytics upgrade made affordable for midsize companies

    Cisco has added policy-enforcement capabilities to the latest version of the Tetration Analytics engine. The upgrade also includes a cheaper version for midsize companies.

  • February 02, 2017 02 Feb'17

    Aerohive eyes small firms with APs, cloud-based management software

    Aerohive shifts gears with Wi-Fi for small businesses that feature cloud-based management software, Cisco considers the true cost of a data breach and Arista beefs up visibility.

  • February 01, 2017 01 Feb'17

    SN blogs: Are dropped packets better than delayed packets?

    This week, bloggers look into whether dropped packets are better than delayed packets, discuss cloud-based shadow IT and clarify the meaning of microservices.

  • February 01, 2017 01 Feb'17

    New year, new WAN: SD-WAN adoption takes off

    More and more enterprises are using software-defined networking principles in the wide area network, with industry experts predicting that SD-WAN adoption will skyrocket in 2017. In fact, some top analysts expect the market to grow as much as 90% ...

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