Take a Network Break! Cisco is rolling out a new Catalyst line of SD-WAN routers, Juniper Networks spends $450 million to buy a technologically interesting software router, and Extreme Networks updates its wireless IPS capability to include Bluetooth and BLE devices.
The US Department of Justice has filed an anti-trust lawsuit against Google for anti-competitive behavior in search and search advertising, Korean semiconductor company SK Hynix will buy Intel’s NAND business for $9 billion, and Microsoft announces a new modular data center offering.
Intel reports a rocky Q3 financial quarter, and Nokia wins a NASA deal to provide 4G wireless gear for a forthcoming Moon mission.
Did you know that Apple is using Nokia’s Data Center Fabric solution? If you want to know more, and learn about Nokia SR Linux and Fabric Services Platform, check out nokia.com/networks/dc-fabric.
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Tech Bytes: Silver Peak & Rogers-O’Brien Construction
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Cisco Accelerates Secure Cloud Adoption with Launch of New WAN Edge Platform – Cisco Systems
Introducing the Catalyst 8000 Edge Family, Cisco’s New SD-WAN Platform – Cisco Systems
Juniper Networks Announces Intent to Acquire 128 Technology – Accelerating the Industry Transformation from Network-Centric SD-WANs to User-Centric AI-Driven WANs – Juniper Networks
128 Technology Takes A Unique Approach To Routing. Should You Care? – Packet Pushers
Packet Walking Through A 128 Technology Network – Packet Pushers
Extreme First to Offer Bluetooth and BLE Intrusion Prevention and Wi-Fi Security within a Single Wireless Intrusion Prevention System – Extreme
Justice Department Sues Monopolist Google For Violating Antitrust Laws – United States Department of Justice