After rejecting a deal to be acquired for $3 billion in January, Riverbed finally finds a deal it likes.
Articles by Sean Michael Kerner
Cisco announces new analytics initiatives to enable the Internet of Things as the company celebrates its 30th anniversary.
Privately-held Neophasis will bring Cisco security services for risk management and compliance.
John D'Ambrosia says that Ethernet is no longer about making 10x leaps, talks 2.5 and 25 GbE.
Arista infringed on 14 U.S. patents, Cisco lawsuits allege.
Junos comes to Linux, and Juniper announces Open Compute-based OCX open hardware switch.
Cisco leverages open-source Kibana as part of OpenSOC.
MGBASE-T Alliance members reveal their effort to advance intermediate Ethernet networking speeds.
IDC reports on third quarter 2014 WLAN revenues and the impact of 802.11ac Wi-Fi adoption.
Palo Alto isn't profitable yet, but record revenue and rapid growth in the NGFW market hold out promise.
Revenue is down, but profits are up for networking vendor and OpenDaylight SDN collaborator Brocade.
At Cisco's Annual General Meeting, CEO John Chambers explains why his company is well positioned to win in SDN, IoT and the road ahead.
PLUMgrid CEO talks about the evolution of the OpenStack Networking Suite and how containers will deliver version 2.0.
In the modern world, hardware is not longer the be all, end all for networking vendors. Alcatel-Lucent embraces NFV with VSR.
Cisco reports first quarter fiscal 2015 earnings and announces CFO exit.
DDoS protection technology from defence.net gets integrated into F5's portfolio.
Details on former CEO Shaygan Kheradpir's resignation remain sketchy, though with Rahim at the helm, Juniper gets the leadership it has always deserved.
Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) is going to be a big market in 2018, according to some forecasts.
High-end routing is no longer the exclusive domain of custom-built dedicated hardware, thanks to Juniper's vMX virtual routing platform.
At the OpenStack Summit in Paris, Midokura announces plan to take MidoNet SDN platform open-source.
F5, which got its start with a load balancer product, is now making a lot of its money from security technologies.
New NBASE-T Alliance pushes for intermediate 2.5 Gbps and 5 Gbps Ethernet standards.
Riverbed sells SteelStore, originally known as Whitewater, but that doesn't mean the vendor is out of the storage acceleration business.
Juniper CEO admits the company had a disappointing quarter, but there is reason to be optimistic for the road ahead.
Open source Unified Communications technology gets new security and stability features.
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