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NEWS ANALYSIS: Despite warnings of calamity from some circles, Ajit Pai has a long history of bipartisan consensus building and of supporting net neutrality principles.
The 55-inch all-in-one Cisco Spark Board uses wireless technology to connect people to online meetings and presentations.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Avaya's bankruptcy is major news because it involves the world's largest and most widely installed legacy on-premises communications systems provider.
DAILY VIDEO: FTC sues Qualcomm, alleging Patent Antitrust Violations; HPE Invests $650M to Acquire Storage Maker SimpliVity; Google Shows Use of Numerous Controls to Protect Data in the Cloud; and there's more.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has provided a new computing option for device makers that want to expand their presence in the internet of things and home automation markets. The new device, called Compute Module 3, is the latest iteration of Raspberry Pi’s product lineup for embedded computing....
About 100 self-driving Chrysler Pacifica minivans developed in collaboration with Fiat Chrysler—will make their initial appearance in Phoenix, Ariz. and Google's hometown of Mountain View, Calif.
PLUMgrid is a natural for VMware, because the Palo Alto-based company is investing heavily in network virtualization, security and OpenStack IP.
Microsoft will team up with with leading mapping companies including HERE, Tom, Tom and Esri to grow its location-aware cloud, IoT and connected car capabilities.
DAILY VIDEO: Sprint’s new HPUE tech promises to extend reach of its 2.5 GHz service; Microsoft, Harman Kardon to take on Amazon Echo, Google Home; IBM finds most businesses pay ransomware demands; and there is more.
Agreement with government-owned ETECSA telecommunications company will improve performance of YouTube other high-bandwidth content in Cuba, company says.
By embedding network visibility on every router and switch, enterprises can achieve pervasive visibility throughout the network to catch problems before they get big.