Take a Network Break! HPE ponies up $925 million to acquire SD-WAN Silver Peak, Dell Technologies floats the idea of selling VMware, and VMware adds new features to its VMware Cloud on AWS offering.
Kentik adds synthetic monitoring to its service, the United Kingdom says all Huawei gear must go from its 5G networks, and foreign students can remain in the United States even if university classes go online. Last but not least, NIST wants to standardize an incorrect pronunciation of “giga.”
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HPE to accelerate Edge-to-Cloud strategy with acquisition of SD-WAN leader Silver Peak – HPE
HPE announces intent to acquire Silver Peak: Accelerating the deployment of secure, integrated WAN connectivity from Edge-to-Cloud – Aruba
HP Enterprise to buy Silver Peak for about $925 million – Reuters
HPE Buys Silver Peak: Where Does That Leave Everyone Else? – Packet Pushers
Dell considers VMware spin-off to boost share price – FT
Schedule 13D VMware – SEC
What’s New With VMware Cloud on AWS – New Instance Type and More Capabilities for Automation and Ease of Operations – VMware
Availability of i3en.metal instances for VMware Cloud on AWS – VMware
VMware Cloud on AWS – 2-Host Cluster Capability now available! – VMware
Introducing vRealize Automation Cloud Add-On for VMware Cloud on AWS customers! – VMware
Kentik Launches the Industry’s First Synthetic Monitoring Solution to Provide Autonomous Testing for Cloud and Hy...