Cisco, Aruba and Juniper are unwrapping packages aimed at helping organisations safely re-open as some Covid-19 restrictions ease.
Stories by Michael Cooney
Cisco will upgrade and integrate access-control, networking and security products to address the goals of secure access service edge.
Cisco has unveiled plans to acquire network intelligence software provider ThousandEyes for an undisclosed amount.
Cisco has upgraded its core networking software to include better support for enterprise multi-cloud integration and management.
Aiming to help customers handle growing on-premises workloads, VMware and Dell EMC have bolstered co-developed cloud software offerings.
Juniper Networks CEO Rami Rahim plans expansion of its Mist AI technology into cloud, data centre, Wi-Fi and SD-WAN environments.
Gartner has revealed that IT spending across the globe is projected to total US$3.4 trillion in 2020, a decline of eight per cent from 2019.
Four out of five users experience challenges with Power over Ethernet deployments, according to a new survey of nearly 800 Ethernet operators.
Amid a rise in remote working, the need for secure access to enterprise resources continues to grow and with it the demand for ever-more VPN.
IBM has rolled out a set of new offerings to help customers manage edge-based app workloads and exploit AI for infrastructure resiliency.
Nvidia is making a concerted effort to go after cloud-based data centre customers by acquiring Cumulus Networks for an undisclosed amount.
A glimpse into what that future means for IT networking professionals can be found in Cisco’s 2020 Global Networking Trends Report.
The internet has survived a huge surge in Covid-19 traffic because infrastructure that makes up its backbone was designed to survive just such an emergency.
After three months as CTO of Juniper Networks, Raj Yavatkar discusses key priorities including microservices and data centre automation.
Cisco and Google have rolled out a turnkey package allowing customers to mesh SD-WAN connectivity with applications running in a private data centre.