Brocade CEO Lloyd Carney delivers third quarter fiscal 2014 earnings results, takes a jab at Cisco products.
Articles by Sean Michael Kerner
October OpenStack release will be a major milestone for cloud networking.
.com domain continues to grow but new domains are now actively growing too.
New Unity fabric accelerates WAN and cloud traffic by looking at the state of the broader network.
Though some areas are growing, Cisco isn't forecasting much overall growth for the quarter ahead.
EX4600 packs in up to 72 x 10 GbE and 12 x 40 GbE ports.
New enhancements are coming to TCP that might make communications more or less secure, depending on how it is used.
PEAP-TLS option provides users with a more secure Wi-Fi network.
It's brand new, but demand is already forecast to take it to the number two port speed by 2018.
New research from Juniper Networks shows a near-even split in adoption plans for SDN, but is cost a driver or a challenge?
Silicon vendor acquires Xpliant for $90 million in a bid to get a bigger foothold in the SDN marketplace.
After months of discussions, demos and promises, Cisco sets ship date for ACI and reveals pricing.
Juniper is in the process of re-focusing on a number of key areas, including SDN.
Riverbed reports second quarter revenue and plans for an appliance version of its ADC software platform.
Juniper CEO wants his company to stay focused on high-growth areas of the market, including switching and SDN.
DevNet effort aims to succeed where other Cisco developer efforts in the past have failed.
Juniper advances its DDoS attack mitigation efforts.
Cisco could be the next big networking vendor to join 25 GbE consortium as standardization efforts grow.
The increasingly crowded landscape of Internet of Things protocol groups is now even more crowded.
Japanese vendors come together for cloud network virtualization.
Alcatel-Lucent's Bell Labs demonstrates that it can get faster speeds than ever before out of copper wires.
Microsoft, Mellanox, Google, Broadcom and Arista come together in new effort.
Internet speeds around the world continue to march ahead, paving the way for a new generation of high-bandwidth applications like UHD video.
AppID technology lands in Juniper's firewalls, but don't confuse it with the Cisco technology that has a similiar name.
New 5400R switches aim to deliver increased resiliency for enterprise networking needs and support for HP's SDN initiatives.