Networking giant Cisco has unveiled a single processor architecture to be used both for network routing and swithcing equipment, claiming that it would be able to handle data better than existing chips.
Aruba has released a new enterprise core and aggregation switch and an operating system, ArubaOS-CX, designed to meet mobile, cloud and IoT requirements.
Cisco Australia and New Zealand CTO, Kevin Bloch, gives a must-see presentation on 2015 technology trends, with a Q&A session from journalists at the end.
Brocade has released a new high end ethernet fabric switch the VDX 8770 along with enhancements to its VCS Fabric technology designed for highly virtualised data centre environments and to enable the creation of greatly simplified data centre networks.
Following its acquisition of 3Com in April HP has revamped its networking product line and, in Australia, has announced new appointments as it merges the former 3Com enterprise networking business and channel programmes.
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