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Reputation of Cloud Industry in the Gutter Post-NSA, Report Claims

Think tank urges U.S. government to reform NSA as cloud giants suffer

SDN No Death Knell for Trillion-Dollar Telecoms Hardware Market

Analyst Infonetics projects healthy growth for next five years

Is There a Buzz Over Fog Computing?

Is fog computing just another fly-by-night buzzword, or is it a genuine trend for the channel to follow?

Hadoop Market to hit $50 Billion by 2020

Sales of Hadoop-related software, hardware and services are forecast to tip $50.2B by 2020 worldwide, according to Allied Market Research (AMR).

Facebook Open-Source SDN Switch Could Reignite Whitebox Market

Facebook lift the veil off its first open-source switch, Wedge, build for software defined networks (SDN). The appliance is not only less expensive, but customizable. It could reignite the whitebox market and, in the process, disrupt networking vendors, such as Cisco.

Network Security Revenues Down Double Digits

First-quarter appliances and software sales worth $1.54 billion, report says. Of the five leading vendors only Palo Alto Networks grew sales in Q1.

Server Market Poised for a Shakeup

New server market share numbers show Hewlett-Packard remains in the front position, and will likely stay there after the transition of IBM’s x86 server unit to Lenovo. However, HP’s security at the top will be challenged by upstarts.

Cisco Tries Video Desktop Hardware Again

Aiming to lead the video conferencing and collaboration segment, Cisco unveiled two desktop video conferencing devices to make collaboration easier and cost-effective. The effort is reminiscent of its defunct Cius tablet.