Networking Article Archive:
Huawei Technologies CEO Ren Zhengfei says his company is no longer interested in the U.S. market and has effectively withdrawn to stay out of tense Sino-American political relations. His statement isn’t exactly clear, though, as there’s still plenty of Huawei activity in the U.S. market.
Interest in crowdfunding continues to grow as the Securities and Exchange Commission issues proposed regulations to guide companies and investors.
Channel and sales veteran John DiLullo is taking over as global head of sales and channels at Aruba Networks. His charge: lead the growth of next-generation wireless networking.
Software giant Microsoft decides to slow down and stagger changes after partners say they’re coming in too quickly.
Uneven results among HP’s business units give the channel pause over HP, which may be steering the right course but is far from fully righting the ship.
Riverbed is rolling out a number of partner program changes aimed at simplifying training and certification tracks and helping resellers crack new markets.
UK partner Phoenix looks to split orphaned Cisco customers between multiple providers, according to channel rumor mill.
Juniper Networks appoints Shaygan Kheradpir to replace retiring Kevin Johnson in the CEO post. The former Verizon and Barclays’ executive in the role could mean Juniper will expand its efforts in software-defined networks and other software-based products.
Cisco’s share price plummets as it gets a rough ride in emerging markets following NSA revelations.
One day after it instituted a poison-pill policy to ward off hostile takeover bids, networking optimization vendor Riverbed Technology is reportedly working with Goldman Sachs to broker the sale of the company.