Articles by Sean Michael Kerner 

Cisco Updates Data Center Networking Gear

New Nexus 3000 and 5548 switches debut as Cisco extends networking technologies including LISP and 802.1Qbh.

Brocade Aims for IPv6 with NAT64

New Brocade ADX tries a new approach to connecting IPv4 and IPv6, and it's not about tunneling or dual-stack.

Vineyard Networks Expands Application Visibility

Tech vendor behind the application visibility solutions of many vendors opens up about new tech to identify apps on a network, in an effort to provide more control and acceleration.

Internet Domain Names Top 205 Million

Country code domain growth slows, but VeriSign sees continued strength in .com and .net.

Juniper Unveils Converged Supercore Switch

With total capacity of 3,800 Terabits per second, Juniper takes aim at melding packet and optical transport switching.

Does IPv6 Even Work?

While the need to move to IPv6 is clear, what isn't always clear is whether or not different IPv6 solutions actually work with each other.

Cisco: Wireless and Mobile Networking

Cisco's presence in the wireless AP market began in 1999 and is centered around its Aironet series of products.

Cisco: Unified Communications

Cisco CEO John Chambers has said time and again that collaboration tools enabled by unified communications are the keys to success in the modern connected world.

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