Apstra unveils a new OS for vendor-agnostic network environments, while SnapRoute aims to bring true open-source software to network infrastructures.
The service provider starting next quarter will offer the service for customers who are looking to make their networks more agile and affordable.
The ITC rules that Arista infringes on three of Cisco's networking patents and orders an import ban of some Arista switch and component products.
The purchase should boost the company's plans to bring high-speed Internet service to more cities.
The company is updating its Big Monitoring Fabric and Big Cloud Fabric by increasing support for VMware and OpenStack environments.
Company executives said the money, to be spent over four years, will help fund R&D and investment efforts in IoT technologies in the United States.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler, before introducing the Spectrum Frontiers Order June 23, delivered a passionate speech about putting innovation ahead of policy.
Paessler PRTG 16, the latest iteration of the product, aims to simplify network management by focusing on the most important tasks involving the status of connected devices.
128 Technology officials say the company's session-aware routers will improve network performance and cost in ways SDN and NFV can't.
Network monitoring has to be one of the most thankless jobs in IT. After all, network monitoring can be a tedious, time-consuming process, using multiple management products often integrated poorly or not at all. That means network managers may not trust the data reports, alerts and action results they are getting. Paessler aims to change the negative perception of many of the currently available tools with PRTG Network Monitor 16, the latest version of the technology. PRTG promises to unify network monitoring into a single management platform that can execute automated actions based on administrator-defined policies. What's more, PRTG offers extensive support for all the common network discovery and traffic-reporting capabilities in use by most network devices today. The product also offers hundreds of sensors fine-tuned to work with popular network products to make sure no important information falls through the cracks. Administrators also will appreciate the ease of creating custom sensors to work with devices not normally covered in the mix. The product's capabilities extend to the forthcoming deluge of Internet of things devices, which are sure to make network management even more complicated.
The network technology vendor wants to use the 5G Plug-Ins to help introduce 5G concepts into current LTE broadband networks.
The company is enabling its OS to run on white-box systems, joining such other established vendors as Dell and HPE in the open networking space.
The $1.36 billion deal also will enable Cavium to grow its customer base to include HPE, Dell and others and open up a $2 billion market opportunity.
The technology vendor's latest offering is designed to give enterprises complete visibility into every part of the data center using a single product.
The company has begun preliminary discussions with officials to check out the feasibility of Google Fiber high-speed Internet in Dallas.