Looking to bolster the AI support in its Security Cloud strategy Cisco announced plans to acquire Armorblox, a 6-year old predictive and generative AI vendor that specialises in attack prediction and rapid threat detection.
Google’s Cross-Cloud Interconnect can link customer workloads in Google Cloud to customer networks within Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, or Alibaba.
With the tech world celebrating Ethernet's 50th anniversary this week, the technology is adapting to evolving network demands as varied as AI, distributed computing, and virtual reality.
IBM Hybrid Cloud Mesh is designed to simplify networking across private clouds, public clouds and edge environments.
Juniper is adding ChatGPT integration to its Mist management system, expanding its Zoom support capabilities, and offering a cloud-based NAC service.
Digital Experience Monitoring (DEM) upgrade melds Cisco's AppDynamics application observability capabilities and ThousandEyes network intelligence.
Cisco said an expired hardware certificate in some of its Viptella SD-WAN devices can take down the boxes; certificate replacement is forthcoming.
New releases include the ExtremeCloud Edge cloud management system, a power-efficient Wi-Fi 6E access point, and additions to Extreme’s Universal Switch series.
Cisco’s CX group offers a suite of services to help enterprises optimise their network infrastructure, security, collaboration, cloud, and data center investments.
Cisco’s API First strategy prioritises API development and ensures backward compatibility.
The focus of Broadcom’s investment boost will be on helping enterprises to deploy private clouds and growing the VMware ecosystem.
Amazon Web Services has launched a service that secures user access to its cloud applications without requiring a VPN.
Cisco's new Capital Business Acceleration Program will let customers defer payment until 2024 if they buy new and used gear by July 29.
Aruba Networks execs talked about a number of core technologies they expect will dominate enterprise customer environments, and, clearly, integrated network/security, AI and network-as-a-service technologies will be at the heart of those developments.
Arista’s CloudVision Guardian for Network Identity uses AI to implement, troubleshoot, and enforce NAC policies.
The service can then do a variety of things from onboard new devices, authenticate