Junos comes to Linux, and Juniper announces Open Compute-based OCX open hardware switch.
Network Hardware Section
IDC reports on third quarter 2014 WLAN revenues and the impact of 802.11ac Wi-Fi adoption.
High-end routing is no longer the exclusive domain of custom-built dedicated hardware, thanks to Juniper's vMX virtual routing platform.
Riverbed sells SteelStore, originally known as Whitewater, but that doesn't mean the vendor is out of the storage acceleration business.
New chip includes over 7 billion transistors and can enable up to 3.2 terabits per second of throughput, advancing 25 GbE for 100 GbE.
Global networking switch and router markets show mixed Q2 2014 results, while NFV shows promise.
EX4600 packs in up to 72 x 10 GbE and 12 x 40 GbE ports.
After months of discussions, demos and promises, Cisco sets ship date for ACI and reveals pricing.
New 5400R switches aim to deliver increased resiliency for enterprise networking needs and support for HP's SDN initiatives.
What does the new partnership with Aruba mean for Juniper's Trapeze WLAN business?
Citrix's GM for Netscaler discusses the past, present and future of his company's networking technologies.
SteelFusion 3.0 integrates server, storage, networking, and virtualization.
President of Huawei explains how new services, support and technology will help the Chinese IT giant gain share in the U.S.
What makes a networking device application-fluent, and why does it matter?