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First-of-its-kind software development kit protects apps so internet service providers can’t throttle traffic, no matter what the FCC rules.
VIDEO: Heather Williams, solutions engineer at Ruckus, provides a walk-through of the WiFi deployment at the Black Hat USA 2017 security conference, which she calls "The Wild West."
HP's t310 Zero Client is aimed at VMware and Amazon Workspaces deployments; Teradici management tools can be used for updates and device monitoring.
UPDATED: Company officials are hopeful the U.S. trade regulators will put the import suspension on hold while Arista continues its appeals.
Company officials say the carrier’s move to a software-centric infrastructure will rely in large part on using such open networking gear.
Meeting Owl provides inclusive experience for remote workers with simultaneous intelligent focus on active speakers and a panoramic view of the room.
At Cisco Live, the vendor rolls out enhanced and new products aimed at accelerating IoT projects.
Updated enterprise IoT platform can accelerate IoT initiatives for businesses at any stage and demonstrates integration of existing Cisco products and services.
The two companies say they are promoting an effort to reduce cyber-security insurance premiums for enterprises that use their products.
DAILY VIDEO: Does Cisco now have a network that can read admins' minds?; Google aggregates listings on the web in a new job search service; Lenovo activates the world's largest Intel-based supercomputer in Barcelona; and there's more.
Cisco’s all-new network ostensibly can recognize intent, mitigate threats through encryption and learn over time, enabling admins to handle millions of connections.