Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
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When start-up Meraki first hit the scene a few years ago, it was known as the cloud-based wireless LAN vendor, yet another player in a very crowded market. Today it's repositioning itself as a
Big Switch Networks is releasing an open source version of its OpenFlow controller. The controller,
Technology vendors are always putting together industry consortiums to promote the development and adoption of new technologies or to advance their general business interests. But sometimes they make these moves out of conscience. Earlier this week information security vendor Kaspersky Lab...
Juniper Networks today introduced a new version of its cloud-based network engineering lab, Junosphere. The new version, Junosphere Lab, gives enterprises and services providers cloud-based access...
As my colleague Beth Pariseau reported last week, Cisco Systems announced today that it is
Once upon a time, Cisco was above the fray; too good to respond to competitors that publicly attacked and beyond the need to defend its heavy weight champion status. But those days are over.
This week, Cisco made an attempt at kitschy social media marketing with the release of the