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Enterprises that are taking a cloud-first approach to modernize their data center infrastructures are implementing software-defined networking, which is practically a prerequisite to harnessing the power of the cloud.
New service aims to go beyond a traditional Content Delivery Network, to reduce latency and improve security.
The layoffs come in the wake of 5,500 job cuts, 7 percent of its workforce, that were announced last August.
The Google-Particle approach eliminates need for organizations to integrate energy-consuming GPS modules into IoT devices, company says.
A merger between the two telecoms has been the topic of discussions for three years, and Sprint thinks it's still the best plan for expansion.
At its user conference, the company unveils new switches and services aimed at helping enterprises adopt network virtualization technologies.
Families of San Bernardino terror attack victims say three companies are providing infrastructure for terror propaganda, recruiting.
DAILY VIDEO: Appeals court declines to rehear Title II reclassification challenge; Microsoft resurrects 'My People' contact feature in Windows 10; SharePoint developers trying to weather shift to cloud development; and there's more.
The vendor's $610 million deal follows Riverbed's planned acquisition of networking specialist Xirrus in another SD-WAN push.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The Federal Communication Commission's stated intention to reverse regulation of the internet under Title II is a primary reason why the U.S. Court of Appeals for decided against a full court hearing of the case.
Internet users in Cuban will now have faster access to YouTube and other web popular content after Google starts operations as the first foreign ISP hosting content in Cuba.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai says starting a fully public rule-making process to reverse last year's decision to regulate ISPs under Title II of the Communications Act.