Take a Network Break! Marvell buys Innovium and its high-end ASICs for $1.1 billion to challange Broadcom and others in the Ethernet market, Juniper Networks debuts agent software designed to protect applications from software exploits, and IDC predicts big growth for AWS Outposts and other on-prem infrastructure tied to public clouds.
Cisco will experiment with remote and distributed work as employees voice a desire to not go back to the office five days a week, Amazon delays in-office work until January 2022, and Arista announces quarterly earnings while highlighting a very constrained supply chain.
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Tech Bytes: Aruba
After the news we talk with a pharmaceutical distribution company about their rollout of Aruba EdgeConnect SD-WAN to boost uptime for fulfillment services, improve delivery services, and create a full-mesh SD-WAN to make it easier for warehouses and offices to share data.
Marvell to Acquire Innovium – Accelerates Cloud Growth with Expanded Ethernet Switching Portfolio – PR Newswire
Marvell Tech to acquire Innovium for $1.1 bln as it courts more cloud customers – Reuters
Marvell Acquiring Innovium for High-End Switch ASIC – Serve The Home
Marvell to acquire Innovium for $1.1 Billion – Innovium
Connecting and Protecting Applications within a Zero Trust Data Center Architecture with Juniper Cloud Workload Protection – Juniper Networks
New Juniper Software Aims To Protect Applications Against Exploitable Vulnerabilities – Packet Pushers
Dedicated Cloud Infrastructure as a Service, 2019–2025: Market Trends and Outlook – IDC
Spending On Cloud Outposts Is Climbing The Hockey Stick – The Next Platform
The great hybrid experiment – Cisco