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Sale of Arista products blocked in Cisco row In the latest instalment of a stoush between networking companies Cisco and Arista, the latter has denied that a letter from the US Customs and…
Sydney Airport launches real-time flight information service for passengers Want to know if your flight is on time, or when your friends and family are expected to land? Sydney Airport now connects you to…
Cisco buys AppDynamics, stops its IPO Networking giant Cisco has paid US$3.7 billion for AppDynamics, quashing the latter’s intention to go to an IPO very shortly.
Opengear expands Remote Site Gateway range Brisbane-based infrastructure management vendor Opengear has announced four new models in its Remote Site Gateway family.
What is the sudden interest in SD-WAN about? Following the initial barrage of service provider SD-WAN announcements this year, 2017 will see a dichotomy between the providers that deliver mature, scalable offerings and…
Ciena unveils WaveLogic Ai next generation network platform Network strategy and technology company Ciena has unveiled WaveLogic Ai, its fully programmable coherent modem that the company says delivers maximum network performance at minimum…
Talk to the network, because Alexa's listening With the aid of Data Solutions Group (DSG), Megaport has put together an interesting demonstration of the way its Elastic Connectivity service can be controlled…
Huawei launches ‘All-Flash converged storage, world's first 32-socket x86 mission critical server’ At Cloud Expo Asia 2016 Huawei introduced its "new-generation convergent all-flash system" OceanStor Dorado V3 and the world's first 32-socket x86 mission critical server, named…
Big Switch – like name, like nature Big Switch leads the way in software-defined networking (SDN), a disruptor to traditional networking as it has “abstracted” software (it decouples what the hardware has…

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