Displaying items by tag: Brocade

Multi-cloud data stack provider DataStax has opened its new regional headquarters in Singapore and made two senior appointments.

Published in People Moves

IT management software vendor SolarWinds has appointed Mike Prieto to the role of ANZ regional director.

Published in People Moves
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 11:07

Ruckus expands ICX switch range

Brocade subsidiary Ruckus has announced its ICX 7650 switch family.

Published in Networking

Back in March, Extreme Networks announced it had bid US$100 million to acquire Avaya’s networking business, and that deal has now officially completed.

Published in Networking

Many Australian businesses and their global counterparts say they are unable to meet future digital business needs due to a lack of skills, with new technology demands set to outstrip the skills supply, according to a newly published report.

Published in Strategy

Network speed is not just about faster ethernet IP switches and bigger communication pipes but about every potential bottleneck including often overlooked storage devices and storage network fabrics.

Tuesday, 14 March 2017 22:43

Adam Judd joins F5 as APAC sales chief

Global application delivery networking provider F5 Networks has appointed 25-year ICT industry executive Adam Judd as senior vice-president, sales, for the Asia Pacific region.

Published in People Moves
Tuesday, 14 February 2017 07:56

NVMe is the next enterprise storage evolution

Flash storage helps meet user expectations that their application will respond immediately and, in fact, moving to flash storage in the data centre offers several advantages, says Phillip Coates, a systems engineer manager for Brocade in Australia and New Zealand.

The Queensland Brain Institute has migrated its systems to Brocade’s Gen 6 fibre channel storage network in a move designed to accelerate its work on brain research.

Published in Health

Brocade, the company that acquired Ruckus Wireless, and which is now being acquired by Broadcom, has done a major wireless deal with the University of Nottingham’s Malaysian campus.

Published in Open Source
Thursday, 03 November 2016 12:23

Broadcom buys Brocade for US$5.9 billion

Global wired and wireless semiconductor solutions company Broadcom is acquiring network solutions provider Brocade Communications for US$5.9 billion in a deal which Broadcom says will position the company as one of the leading providers of enterprise storage connectivity solutions to OEM customers.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 14 September 2016 13:01

Silver Peak appoints Schultz to head ANZ sales

Broadband and hybrid wide area networks (WANs) company, Silver Peak, has appointed 20-year industry veteran Graham Schultz as sales director for Australia and New Zealand.

Published in People Moves
Monday, 22 August 2016 15:42

Balasingam finds a new berth at Riverbed

Riverbed Technology has appointed Uma Thana Balasingam as APJ vice-president of channels.

Published in People Moves

Network solutions provider Brocade has appointed a former Juniper Networks Australia and New Zealand executive as its senior director for the ANZ region.

Published in People Moves

A 16-year veteran of storage, cloud consulting and architect roles, Paddy McDermott, has joined Brocade Networking.

Published in People Moves
Friday, 01 July 2016 13:51

Avoiding the ADC sprawl

If you know what ADC (application delivery controller) and load balancing are, you may be interested in where they are heading.

Published in Networking

With a cutting-edge, new, Wi-Fi "Outdoor Access Point" and a mid-range "Indoor Access Point" designed to bring "Wave 2 Performance" to the mainstream market, Brocade has purchased a ruckus.

Published in Wi-Fi

 Brocade has finally secured Wi-Fi leader Ruckus Wireless with a US$1.2 billion acquisition, completing its ambition to be a "complete" pure-play networking provider capable of dethroning companies like Cisco or Juniper.

Published in Networking

Perth secondary college Mazenod College has deployed a new IP networking solution from Brocade as part of a  comprehensive campus LAN upgrade.

Published in Networking

Business leaders want to embrace digital transformation as a critical success factor but the inflexibility of legacy systems, inadequate IT skills, and lack of budget are holding enterprise back.

Published in Strategy
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