Google is applying deep neural network technology to boost the quality of thumbnails on YouTube.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Three months after taking over for longtime CEO John Chambers, Chuck Robbins is still in due diligence and lying low for the media.
The activist hedge fund has taken large stakes in both companies and says such a merger would create a stronger player in the UCC market.
The vendor's new Centro and Trio products are designed to give people a more natural way to collaborate visually.
The Open Network Linux OS, aimed at OCP members, comes days after HP and partners announced their own open-source network OS, OpenSwitch.
Along with the offerings for the manufacturing, transportation, utilities, and oil and gas spaces, the vendor also unveils an IoT security package.
The move comes a week after officials with the carrier said they are working with Cisco and Brocade as part of its Network on Demand effort.
The company offers four new tools and upgrades others to give service providers access to more real-time data about their networks and customers.
The vendor, along with such partners as Intel and VMware, is launching OpenSwitch to help bring scalability and flexibility to networks.
Tempered Networks aims to bring Host Identity Protocol to the enterprise and the emerging Internet of things world with its latest HIPswitch technology.
The move gives customers greater flexibility and one more reason to look at Zoom when evaluating collaboration services, CEO Eric Yuan says.
BOSTON—LogMeIn has spent most of its 12 years of life best known for its remote access and desktop products that help IT support departments to fix problems on PCs and for its Web conferencing software for online collaboration. However, in recent years, company officials have made a big bet on the Internet of things (IoT). Under the direction of outgoing CEO Mike Simon, LogMeIn has made some acquisitions—including last year's $12 million purchase of Ionia—to create Xively, a division of the company that operates an IoT platform designed to help customers build and manage smart connected devices. The business and platform also were the central themes of Xperience, the company's first tech show on Oct. 1 and 2 here. Simon, who will step down as CEO at the end of the year—though remain board chairman—set the tone during his keynote, saying that "anyone that makes a product with an on/off switch should also make the IoT a priority. … The possibilities are endless with connectivity." LogMeIn put those possibilities on display at Xperience, showing off some of the companies it's helping get into the IoT.
At LogMeIn's Xperience conference, CEO Mike Simon and guest speaker Peter Diamandis say technology advancements are transforming the world.
The UK firm will bring security consultancy services to Cisco, complementing what the networking vendor gained when it bought Neohapsis this year.
The company, which already works with HP's Aruba business, is now adding Aerohive and Ruckus as partners in wired-wireless offerings.