Networking Article Archive:
Once heralded as the cornerstone of the company’s BYOD support strategy and a key part of its Simply Connected portfolio, Juniper is reportedly considering the sale of its Junos Pulse mobile security unit.
Huawei used this week’s Interop confab in Las Vegas to reintroduce a number of its channel-facing services and partner agreements.
To satisfy investors who want to see higher returns, Juniper Networks is cutting 6 percent of its global workforce and withdrawing from the application acceleration market.
HP and Cisco are making the pitch to partners that the arrival of greater network intelligence can help turn the network from cost center to profitability driver.
Cisco Systems announced it’s investing $1 billion to develop cloud hosting capabilities to compete with Amazon, IBM, Microsoft and others in the increasingly competitive infrastructure-as-a-service market.
Revelations of U.S. government spying on Huawei go a long way toward exonerating the Chinese company from long-standing accusations that its technology poses a threat to America’s national security.
Cisco has made gains on its competitors in the network security market this quarter despite cynicism about its prospects post-Sourcefire acquisition.
Dell says it sees a trend towards professional workstations being offered in a virtual fashion, and it’s launched a facility at its Round Rock, Tex. headquarters to support and advance the concept.
HP liked working with network virtualization partner Shunra so much, it bought the company.
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