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Cisco's Visual Networking Index predicts that there will be 3.3 zettabytes of IP traffic traversing the internet per year and 4.6 billion internet users by 2021.
By 2021, global internet traffic will jump to 3.3 zettabytes, with emerging technologies like SD-WAN, virtual reality and augmented reality growing.
The company’s Aruba networking arm introduced two products: an new-gen asset-tracker and an enterprise core and aggregation switch designed specifically for mobility, cloud and IoT requirements.
The carrier is buying Brocade’s network virtualization portfolio as part of a larger effort to virtualize its own networking operations.
The Cortex-A75 and -A55 are based on the chip designer’s DynamIQ architecture, which offers greater flexibility, performance and energy efficiency.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The claims you’ve heard about network neutrality and Title I are mostly wrong, but the Federal Communications Commission May 18 vote essentially brings internet regulation back to square one.
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.