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Email inventor Ray Tomlinson dead at 74 The inventor of email, computer engineer Ray Tomlinson, has died of a suspected heart attack at the age of 74.
Animal Logic adopts Brocade’s New IP Infrastructure Animal Logic’s digital production generates huge files. Brocade’s new core network’s massive scalability supports connections up to 100 Gbps and can scale rapidly to 10…
OpenFlow, SDN, and Brocade Brocade ‘Solutioneer’ Peter Moyer has more than 15 years’ experience with IP and MPLS networking. He has Cisco CCIE#3286 and Juniper JNCIE #2 certifications and…
Opengear Resilience Gateway keeps remote sites online A new version of Opengear's Resilience Gateway will soon be released.
Exablaze delivers lowest latency with ExaNIC X10 10GbE card Melbourne-based Exablaze has released what is says is the lowest-latency network card on the market.
Top networking transformative technology trends in 2016 Brocade provides networks – things that join computers to servers, to clouds, to the world. As networks grow the levels of sophistication grow.
Ruckus expands ZoneFlex Wi-Fi access point family Ruckus has announced new ZoneFlex Wi-Fi access points aimed at small businesses.
Unlock hidden value of core network services data - create actionable intelligence Infoblox Reporting and Analytics provides predictive insight and almost unlimited scaling to help increase network uptime and security.
Brocade to showcase ‘open path to 5G’ at MWC 2016 Brocade will showcase its open path to 5G and its mobile networking strategy at Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2016.
AARNet, unis collaborate on high-speed technologies research ARNet, Australia’s Academic and Research Network, has launched an Australia Wide-Area SDN Testbed – and innovation platform designed for developing high-speed technologies.

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