Global uncertainties created by ongoing COVID closures and the war in Ukraine continues to impact business for Cisco and its networking competitors.
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Enterprise networking led the company in Q1 revenue for first time in Juniper's history, surpassing its service provider and cloud segments.
Intel is betting that future data centre operations will depend on increasingly powerful servers running ASIC-based, programable CPUs.
IBM lays out a quantum computing roadmap that incorporates classical computer hardware, quantum parallel processing, and error mitigation.
Vulnerabilities have been discovered in Cisco's Enterprise NFV Infrastructure Software, the worst of which could let an attacker escape from the guest VM.
Cisco has developed a predictive engine that analyses switch and router telemetry to reduce unplanned downtime and outages for businesses.
Semiconductor material shortages and other supply chain disruptions are contributing to a spike in counterfeit IT gear, Cisco warns.
The availability of services from AWS, Cisco and HPE is propelling private 5G forward, but enterprises still have to contend with multiple roadblocks.
Supply chain issues continue to drive networking equipment prices up and impact delivery schedules but despite them, Extreme Networks reported solid product revenue.
The enhancement and adoption of SONiC could accelerate now that its development has been given over to the Linux Foundation.
Cisco has upgraded its SD-WAN Cloud OnRamp for SaaS service to provide secure connectivity to a wider range of cloud-based apps.
The latest generation of IBM mainframes, the z16, is just the most recent chapter of one of the longest running tech success stories.
Cisco unwraps new monitoring offering that can locate free workplace meeting rooms, report on their occupancy, even their humidity.
AMD wants the DPU-based architecture and technology that Pensando is developing and that could be instrumental in smartNICs.
Fortinet has updated its core FortiOS software which the vendor has claimed will help enterprises more tightly meld security and networking controls.