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Intel Capital has added 14 tech startups to its portfolio of investments in areas such as health care, communications and manufacturing. The record $117 million in funding was announced at Intel’s annual investor conference.
PRODUCT ANALYSIS: With SD-WANs no longer enough for most modern businesses, Aruba’s SD-Branch solution extends the value proposition being delivered by them to encompass the entire branch environment.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The challenge for network managers is how to ensure the quality of network-based applications, particularly latency and jitter-sensitive ones—such as voice and video--remains high. InfoVista has some ideas on how to do that.
NEWS ANALYSIS: This combined company can have a big impact on enterprise IT. F5-NGINX now owns the end-to-end application experience from the app server to the data center.
PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Arista Networks announces its new 7360X series of switches that double system density and reduce power requirements, all of which leads to a more cost-effective network.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Despite the hefty cost of acquisition ($6.9 billion), the purchase of Mellanox by Nvidia has long-term transformative potential because it addresses the future of the data center.
PRODUCT ANALYSIS: How Marchex brings actionable intelligence to business interactions with an AI-powered platform that leverages natural language processing in real time.
TREND ANALYSIS: Most businesses standardize on couple of server, network and storage vendors but are forced to use dozens of security vendors. Palo Alto Networks uses its platform security approach to enable partners to add their IP under the umbrella of a single provider.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Microsoft has made two announcements concerning key changes coming to Microsoft Exchange Unified Messaging functionality – and many organizations will be affected.
The organization that operates the .UK domain space is bringing its expertise to the U.S. with its new NTX platform launch for DNS security visibility and protection.
NETWORKING TREND ANALYSIS: Cato’s approach is to run its own cloud-native networking and security stack. In a sense, it’s the cross-section of AWS, networking and security. By owning the network, Cato can control traffic, which can have big implications for nationwide or global companies.