$635 million deal is now done, Cisco to integrate its new assets with other recently acquired technologies from SourceFire and ThreatGrid.
Articles by Sean Michael Kerner
X2 and XD2 WiFi hardware debut, adding new entry-level and Wave 2 802.11ac gear to the Xirrus portfolio.
Big Switch evolves its software defined networking platform.
Brocade's CEO is now seeing opportunities in the Software Defined Networking (SDN) space.
Pere Monclus, CTO of PLUMgrid discusses what the new project is all about.
Cisco reports full year fiscal 2015 revenue of $49.2 billion as Chuck Robbins takes the helm as new CEO.
Not all network taps are a bad thing. DNS luminary Paul Vixie talks DNStap and its security applications.
Researchers discuss a litany of common flaws found in networking gear.
Open networking SDN vendor Cumulus takes a half step sideways with Cumulus VX for virtualized environments.
As applications increasingly move to the cloud, Riverbed sees an opportunity for SteelHead.
Manny Rivelo discusses what it has been like to succeed former CEO John McAdam and how his leadership will take a bit of a different path.
Developers at the OpenDaylight Summit discuss their hopes and plans for the next release of open-source Software Defined Networking platform.
Cisco announces End of Life for Invicta flash storage, announces new CTO and Chief Digital Officer.
CEO Rami Rahim continues to see opportunities in SDN, NFV and in security
As new CEO takes the reigns at F5, new BIG-IP 12.0 release is coming soon with some big changes.
Set top box market has been a drag on Cisco's earnings and now it's on the way out.
The networking Darknet isn't about criminal activity. It's about unused IP space that could potentially be used to track down malicious activity.
New beta release of CloudRouter leverages the Fedora 22 Linux distribution to literally become a software router in the cloud.
Linux Foundation Collaborative Internet of Things Project announces 13 new members, including IBM and Pivotal.
OSX 10.11 and iOS 9 get Happy Eyeballs approach to IPv6.
Less-than-ideal circumstances aren't hindering Juniper's new direction or Rami Rahim's success in leading it.
10 Gigabit Ethernet still dominates and will for years to come, but 25 GbE is rising.
Years after the end of the free pool of IPv4 addresses, IPv4 is still very much alive.
Demand for Top Level Domains continues to grow in 2015, and new types of TLD expand their footprint.
After previously investing in OpenDNS, Cisco decides it wants the whole company.