Juniper Networks reported first quarter fiscal 2012 earnings late Tuesday that exceeded its guidance but was a year over year decline. It is shipping new products in a bid to grow.
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Dell is building out Force 10 with enhanced virtual networking capabilities and a new 40 gigabit Ethernet (GbE) blade switch. Dell is also fully embracing software defined networking (SDN) and the OpenFlow.
How do you properly network virtual machine traffic? With a virtual forwarding plane, of course.
Think that Cisco isn't directly involved in SDN today? Think again. The company sees SDN and the emerging OpenFlow protocol as a big opportunity but more work still needs to be done before it's ready for prime time.
Networking vendor F5 is growing in part due to security wins against industry heavy weights Cisco, Juniper and Check Point for the data center firewall capabilities inherent in its line of application delivery controllers.
New WAN optimization, application acceleration, firewall, and cloud technologies pushes the boundaries of appliance clustering.
Firewall pioneer expands network security software offerings with cloud service, new software blades, a new bare-metal OS, Threat Cloud, a cloud based threat detection service.
The leader of the Stanford University team that built OpenFlow explains why open source matters for networking and how OpenFlow is the underpinnings of next wave in networking: software defined networking (SDN).
Switches, wireless access points running on Linux and a new cloud based monitoring service, OnPlus, debut for SMEs.
No IPO here as network analysis firm is acquired by the same private equity firm that just bought Blue Coat and SonicWALL.
Even as a Juniper law suit hangs over it, next generation firewall (NGFW) vendor Palo Alto is moving forward with its plans for a $175 million IPO.
F5's new Viprion 4480 replaces the top of the line 4400 and pushes the envelope with up to 320 Gbps of Layer 4 throughput and 80 Gbps of SSL.
IPv6 traffic is already on your network, whether you're aware of it or not is the question.
Networking, servers and storage will all benefit from thin client technology to as Dell works to deliver end-to-end computing fabric. Dell will benefit from service and added sales of its networking gear.