Articles by Sean Michael Kerner 

Juniper Embraces OpenFlow

Programmable networking gets a boost as Juniper builds an SDK for OpenFlow

Riverbed Debuts Stingray for Application Delivery and Web Content Optimization

WAN optimization vendor goes asymmetric with new solutions

Akamai Grows Revenues, Loses Top Exec

Content Delivery Network provider delivers solid quarterly results and remains optimistic about the future.

F5 Passes $1 Billion in Revenues as ADC Technology Expands

Load balancer technology has come a long way.

Cisco Revamps Networking Nexus

Switching fabric gets a boost with more performance and new chassis.

Juniper Grows Revenues as New Products Set to Debut

Macro-economic and market pressure are a concern, though Juniper's CEO sees strong days ahead fueled solid networking product pipeline.

Cisco and HP Collaborate for Fabric Extender

Cisco and HP might be networking rivals, but that isn't stopping them from collaborating in the datacenter.

Is Managed DNS More Reliable?

New study from VeriSign provides some mixed results

Using Log Files to Remediate Security Risk

Your logs aren't just for auditing and compliance, they can also be used in an SIEM solution that will remediate for security risk and threats.

ShoreTel Expands Unified Communications with Mobility

How do you bring the benefits of Unified Communications securely to your iPhone, Android and Blackberry?

Sourcefire Accelerates IPS with 40 GbE

Intrusion prevention scaled to 40 gigabit Ethernet as demands continue to rise.

How Much More Expensive is Cisco?

Cisco hits back at critics with a new total cost of ownership metric, yes they admit they are more expensive, but not as expensive as you might think.

Juniper's Java Pitch

What does networking and Java have to do with each other?

HP Flexes Networking Muscle with IRF

HP debuts new top-of-rack and stackable switches to enable network consolidation.

Cisco Accelerates the WAN with New WAAS

WAN acceleration boxes get a refresh for performance.

Juniper Puts Networking Lab in the Cloud

How do you test out new networking models and designs without physical hardware?

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