Cisco has added new features to its Intersight cloud management system, UCS X-Series server, and HyperFlex hyperconverged system.
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HPE has unveiled 12 new cloud services in networking, data services and high performance computing, expanding its GreenLake platform to more than 50 cloud services.
Software skills are becoming increasingly desirable for network engineers and architects, and the uptick in Cisco’s DevNet certification program reflects the trend.
Cisco and NetApp have upgraded their converged-infrastructure platform, FlexPod, to handle hybrid cloud services.
Juniper Networks is extending its Apstra software to edge data centres and branches offices to support intent-based networking and analytics in smaller environments.
The latest Ethernet Alliance roadmap predicts higher speeds over longer distances for the protocol as driven by the needs of service providers.
While the physical war in Ukraine is already a humanitarian disaster, the virtual war over the internet will also very likely get a lot worse.
Cisco will use system integrators and service providers to deliver its subscription-based private-5G managed services supported by its hardware and software.
2022 will be another busy year for enterprise incident responders as ransomware, supply chain and myriad zero-day attacks will continue to rise.
Cisco has found increased revenue from pent-up demand, but chip shortages and other supply constraints continue to loom large over the industry.
F5 Networks has rolled out an integrated, cloud-based security platform and services aimed at protecting widely distributed enterprise applications.
Big Blue has rolled out two new services that will let customers more easily develop and test mainframe apps as-a-service in a public cloud environment.
Cisco, Palo Alto Networks and Apache executives assess Log4j vulnerability responses, and the likelihood of future issues.
SD-WAN software upgrade picks the best link between remote users and Microsoft SaaS applications and better supports voice and video networks.
Cisco has rolled out new wired and wireless gear aimed at amping up core campus wired and wireless networks to better support surging demand for remote connectivity.