Cisco’s Meraki MX security and SD-WAN appliances will integrate with Teridion’s public cloud-based WAN service to improve the performance of internet services.
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“We get asked a lot: ‘Do your switches compare to [Broadcom] Trident or Tomahawk?’ The short answer is we build our switch with more capabilities than the Trident family but with the speed of a Tomahawk,” said Mellanox’s David Isles.
The “cognitive intelligence” platform was developed with Microsoft as a way to use AI to help customers manage their own accounts with the service provider.
Cisco's expanded push into 5G and WiFi 6 is leading the vendor into wider opportunities outside of its traditional domain.
The India-based provider already has two SD-WAN services: one based on its own application-aware WAN technology and another based on Versa Networks tech.
The company released a new cloud-based SaaS performance management service onto its Digital Performance platform.
The vendors’ relationship was born in the cloud, and now they are moving in together into on-premises data centers.
MEF’s Dan Pitt on how the forum is accelerating the availability of automated, multi-technology services through the abstraction of lifecycle service orchestration.
Juniper’s Julius Francis discusses how open source must evolve and consider security, operationalizing, management, and monetization to serve use cases and customers.
VPN flaw uncovered in Cisco, F5, and more; Google Anthos soars to the clouds; and AT&T avoids vendor lock-in.
Networking startup Stateless rolled out its first product: a software-defined interconnection platform that enables composable Layer 3 network services such as routing, security, and automation.
The SD-WAN provider has spent the last year building and scaling its managed SD-WAN to “innovate across the entire architecture stack,” according to CEO Matt Carter.
VMware also unveiled a beta program of the next Enterprise PKS iteration that will include support for the latest Kubernetes 1.14 release.
The open source groups already work together. But they also have their own initiatives related to NFV and edge computing, among other technologies.
“Huawei will continue its investment in 5G technologies and stick to transparent and open cooperation to build a credible [information and communications technology] infrastructure,” said Peter Zhou, CMO of Huawei’s wireless network product line.