The Logitech subsidiary's new feature will help organizations gain measurable insight into how they are using LifeSize Cloud.
The virtualization tech company becomes the latest member of the 7-month-old Industrial Internet Consortium.
The startup is looking to bring gigabit speeds to WiFi networks, giving rise to more competition and more options for communities.
The company rolls out the latest phase of its IOx platform, which lets businesses to run applications at the edge of the network.
Transit Wireless expands wireless to more New York City subway stops with the help of Motorola's ruggedized access points.
With its PartnerEdge Program as a foundation, Aruba is adding training, promotions and sales enablement support for the SME market.
Company officials also say there are more than 20 NFV proof-of-concept trials ongoing based on technology from HP and partners.
Microsoft updates its Skype app for iOS to accommodate Apple's popular, pixel-packed phablet.
The hybrid device will feature the first U.S. smartphone to offer the Intel chip inside, giving the chip maker some good mobile news.
Qualcomm will pay $2.5 billion for CSR, whose Bluetooth and other connectivity technologies will bolster the chip maker's IoT ambitions.
The new feature automates monitoring, increases insight into the network and simplifies troubleshooting over distance.
The vendor also introduces two starter kits that carriers can use to run tests or PoCs for NFV environments.
The two companies will focus on data center solutions around servers, storage, networking and virtualization.
With the latest version of Cumulus Linux, the company wants to make it easier for businesses to adopt an open networking infrastructure.
The company released new access points suitable for indoor or outdoor deployment as well as upgrades for Netgear firewalls.