Articles by Sean Michael Kerner 

Cisco Partners with AT&T for Networking Innovation

With Cisco's help, new AT&T Foundry in Atlanta opens in a bid to expedite research and development.

Dell Goes to the Top-of-Rack with New S6000 Switch

Dell joins the lineup of vendors supporting VMware's NSX.

VMware Debuts NSX for Network Virtualization

VMware opens up network virtualization platform to partners and enterpises.

Study: Most U.S. Federal Agencies Have No SDN Deployment Plans

Juniper Networks sponsored study takes a look at U.S. Federal government agency attitudes toward Software Defined Networking.

Avaya Looks to OpenStack Horizon for the Software Defined Data Center

Avaya details its roadmap and framework for the Software Defined Data Center.

Cisco Revenues Rise as Headcount Falls

Networking giant grows its wired and wireless networking business as it rebalances workforce for greater efficiency

Brocade Gets Down to "Fighting Weight"

Third quarter fiscal 2013 earnings report exceeds expectations as new CEO continues to rebuild and refocus.

Cisco Expands Meraki Cloud Wireless Portfolio

Cisco adds a third radio, dedicated to security functions, to new cloud-controlled wireless AP.

Huawei Gets Agile with New Switch

New S12700 chassis delivers new big iron networking capabilities, agility, and programmability.

Polycom Enhances Enterprise Video Capabilities

Polycom expands RealPresence Resource Manager scalability and raises the curtain on the RealPresence Video DualManager 400, aimed at midsize networks.

Video Demand in The Workplace Growing: Study

Cisco study finds that executives under the age of 34 in particular have a growing taste for video in the workplace.

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