Week of 08 Feb 2016 Cisco earnings show slowdown in data center tech buying (11 Feb 2016)
Besides higher revenue and profits, Cisco earnings also showed that volatility in the global markets had caused tech buyers to reduce spending in the data center.
Fixed wireless access suffers poor perceptions (11 Feb 2016)
This week, bloggers discuss fixed wireless access, IoT security challenges and living with the Border Gateway Protocol in data center fabrics.
Cisco switch engines boost Catalyst performance (10 Feb 2016)
Cisco's latest supervisor switch engines lift Catalyst performance to handle more application-driven network traffic.
Week of 01 Feb 2016 What to make of switchdev and SAI (03 Feb 2016)
This week, bloggers discuss switchdev and SAI, how vendors can improve their bug-catching efforts and the evolution of the Internet of Things.
Week of 25 Jan 2016 Juniper targets DCI technology market for growth (29 Jan 2016)
Juniper Networks sees sales growth in metro networks and the DCI technology market.
Week of 18 Jan 2016 Dell's new switch OS could become much more after EMC merger (21 Jan 2016)
Dell has introduced a Linux-based switch OS that is likely to become a major component of the company's data center infrastructure products.
Week of 11 Jan 2016 Patch offered for breach in Juniper firewalls (14 Jan 2016)
This week, a patch becomes available for Juniper firewalls, analysts parse IT employment statistics for 2015 and Aruba deploys 802.11ac for the U.S. Army.
Cisco has launched a cloud security broker that finds, monitors and analyzes employee use of online services.
Week of 04 Jan 2016 Cisco heading again to hyper-converged hardware market (07 Jan 2016)
Cisco has reportedly partnered with Springpath in developing hyper-converged hardware for the data center.
Tech alliance names low-power Wi-Fi HaLow (05 Jan 2016)
The Wi-Fi Alliance has chosen HaLow as the mark vendors can display on products that support low-power Wi-Fi for the Internet of Things.
Recent trends in IT networking: One observer's view (05 Jan 2016)
In this week's SN blog roundup, analysts explore recent trends in IT, the Juniper breach and next-generation firewalls.
Week of 21 Dec 2015 Less hype, more automation on network pros' tech wish list (23 Dec 2015)
Network pros' tech wish list for 2016 includes less hype around the cloud, and more virtualization and automation in switches.
Hack in Juniper firewalls spurs investigation (22 Dec 2015)
ICYMI: A serious breach in Juniper firewalls spurs industry and government reaction; Gartner names three APM leaders; and Savvius targets twin-stream packet capture for WLAN device.
Week of 14 Dec 2015 Taking a look at network automation tools to ease oversight (16 Dec 2015)
This week, bloggers explore network automation tools, how vendors must promote disaggregated switching and if it's time for a networking version of Maslow's hierarchy of needs.
Data center forecast calls for DCI, containers (16 Dec 2015)
A data center forecast by 451 Research predicts demand for data center interconnect services to blossom.
Week of 07 Dec 2015 System management vendors target full-stack oversight (09 Dec 2015)
This week, bloggers explore a new breed of system management vendors, networking takeaways from the VTech breach, and endpoint detection and response.
Week of 30 Nov 2015 Avaya boosts stadium Wi-Fi in Montreal (03 Dec 2015)
At the Bell Centre in Montreal, Avaya has deployed a new stadium Wi-Fi network aimed at ramping up fan engagement.
Aruba's new Sensor product makes it possible to use the company's indoor tracking beacons on third-party Wi-Fi networks.
Making packet editing effective (02 Dec 2015)
In this week's blog roundup, networking analysts explore effective packet editing, cite some significant trends in networking and discuss the evolution of BYOD policies.
Week of 23 Nov 2015 Cisco launches open tech for containerized applications (25 Nov 2015)
Cisco has launched an open source project, called Contiv, to build technology that automates the use of security, storage and networking in cloud-based containerized applications.
Facebook working on 100 GbE Wedge switch (24 Nov 2015)
Facebook says it's working on a 100 GbE Wedge switch; Extreme Networks launches 802.11ac Wave 2 APs; and the Linux Foundation envelopes the Open Network Summit.
Week of 16 Nov 2015 Aerohive API platform delivers business application data (20 Nov 2015)
Aerohive has unveiled an API platform that delivers wireless network data to business application developers.
Cisco makes programmable routers more open (17 Nov 2015)
Cisco has added support for open source tools Chef and Puppet in the IOS XR operating system for its NCS programmable routers.
Week of 09 Nov 2015 NIA: Midokura's open source MidoNet doesn't hold back (11 Nov 2015)
Midokura wins this month's Network Innovation Award for MidoNet Community Edition, an open source version of its flagship product.
Obstacles loom in Cisco-Ericsson tech partnership (11 Nov 2015)
While the broad tech partnership between Cisco and Ericsson looks good on paper, such deals often fail over time.
Enterprises aim for cloud security and privacy (12 Nov 2015)
In this week's blogs, analysts explore cloud security and privacy, service desk improvements and machine learning for anomaly detection.
Riverbed shines new light on application insight (11 Nov 2015)
Riverbed updates SteelCentral for more application insight; Broadcom expands switch analytics; Cisco adds to its security portfolio; and Akamai intros a WAN service to cloud providers.
Week of 02 Nov 2015 Verizon pitches lower cost with IoT network, app dev tools (IoTAgenda.com | 02 Nov 2015)
Verizon plans to combine an IoT network with an application development platform to make IoT more affordable to businesses.
Juniper Networks has launched a software-based router designed to help service providers reduce the time to deliver LAN services to the enterprise.
The latest iteration of ExtraHop's IT operations analytics platform makes search easier and adds historical data.
Juniper pricing to reflect industry shift to software (06 Nov 2015)
Juniper pricing for networking products is changing, as the company prepares to become a software business, moving away from per-port pricing.
Is SD the future of WAN networks? (04 Nov 2015)
In this week's blog roundup, analysts assess the future of WAN networks, bimodal networking and look into the HP split.