The new systems will not only have Intel's "Grantley" processors, but more I/O capabilities and a common design with storage appliances.
Memoir's technology will enable Cisco to build networking chips that are faster, smaller and more affordable than current ASICs.
Blue Jeans' Command Center offering gives IT administrators greater visibility into how the cloud-based solution is being used in their companies.
Benioff will leave in November, ending a two-year stint that saw Cisco grow its presence in the cloud arena.
The carrier over five years will build a UC solution that enables communication via a range of devices and over top mobile platforms.
Vistapointe's technologies will give mobile network operators greater insight into subscriber data traffic data.
The company, whose offerings had focused on individuals, is now extending its group collaboration capabilities.
The Cape Cod-based company makes Apple-based solutions that enable users to control systems within their homes and businesses.
The vendor's BCM4358 chip is designed to give device makers a tool for ramping up WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity.
The 22-nanomater Core i7-5960X Extreme Edition also supports DDR4 memory and comes with 20MB of cache.
Hardware revenues fall in the second quarter as customers increasingly look to cloud- and software-based solutions, the analysts say.
The top-tier appliance vendor becomes the AllSeen Alliance's 63rd member, joining the likes of Microsoft and Qualcomm.
The AppsFreedom 4.0 solution enables non-programmers to build serious enterprise—Web and mobile—apps with no coding.
The LS-15 AC power cord was sold with notebooks, mini-notebooks and accessories between 2010 and 2012, according to the vendor.
Skyfence delivered a free version of its tool for monitoring cloud app usage that helps manage Shadow IT in enterprises.