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December 16, 2010  12:05 PM

Used network hardware vendor sees green shoots in 2011



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
10 Gigabit Ethernet, Catalyst, Cisco, data center networks, Networking, used network equipment

Network Hardware Resale (NHR), the leading reseller of used Cisco gear, says that companies are unfreezing their budgets and investing in new networks. The firm thinks that this is an early indicator of accelerated economic...

December 15, 2010  4:57 PM

An inside look at Juniper Networks



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
Juniper Networks, Networking

Fortune magazine published a Q&A with Juniper Networks CEO Kevin Johnson that offered a several bits of information that I found interesting. Here's what Johnson, a former...


December 3, 2010  5:42 PM

Magic Quadrant for application delivery controllers: Radware ascends, newbies arrive



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
ActivNetworks, alteon, application delivery controllers, Aptimize, Cisco, Citrix, F5, Gartner, Magic Quadrant, Networking, radware, Strangeloop

Gartner's Magic Quadrant for application delivery controllers has a few new faces this year and a new leader. 


December 3, 2010  10:35 AM

Is Cisco the cloud software company asking you to stop building networks?



Posted by: rivkalittle
Cisco, cisco cloud, cisco cloud computing, cisco cto, cisco network management, lew tucker, network automation

This week Cisco’s new cloud CTO Lew Tucker is traveling the country to meet with journalists in a coming-out party of sorts. This wouldn’t be so noteworthy for a new Cisco exec except that...


December 1, 2010  6:33 PM

Cisco Dynamips and Juniper Olive: A little clarity on router emulators, please



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
Arista Networks, career, Cisco, Cisco certification, Cisco IOS emulator, IT certification and training, Juniper, Juniper JUNOS emulator, Networking, networking careers, Vyatta

Have you ever noticed that networking vendors rarely address the subject of emulators built with their router software? To some degree, network engineers seem fine with this. As long as Cisco looks the other way, engineers can continue to use

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