Cisco is adding a cloud-based option to its on premises management offering for its Catalyst networking and Nexus data centre gear.
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Cisco's ThousandEyes WAN Insights service provides forecasts and SD-WAN policy recommendations for optimising enterprise network sites.
Amazon Web Services has officially opened its mainframe-migration service that promises to help Big Iron customers move apps to the cloud.
New educational unit lets network pros follow goal-based learning paths to earn Cisco certifications or build specific skill sets to prepare for new roles.
Extreme Networks has extended its Universal Switch subscription package aimed at offering customers more flexible enterprise networking options.
Cisco has made a variety of security upgrades to move security operation to the cloud and improve its Secure Access Service Edge offering.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation is developing technology to link multi-cloud enterprise workloads at the network layer regardless of where they are running.
Kyndryl has partnered with Cisco to help enterprise customers implement a broad range of technologies from private 5G to data centre gear to edge devices.
Arista’s new switches are aimed helping customers consolidate servers, network and FPGA devices to reduce footprint, cabling, and power consumption.
Broadcom's planned acquisition of VMware might open opportunities to reach enterprise and telco companies alike with innovative technology.
Greater collaboration between networking and cloud teams can increase security, efficiency, and cloud application performance, according to a new report.
If chipmaker Broadcom buys VMware, enterprise customers should watch out for whether the deal hampers the software vendor’s innovation.
Global uncertainties created by ongoing COVID closures and the war in Ukraine continues to impact business for Cisco and its networking competitors.
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.