This week, a $12 billion maker of network connectors and panels will unveil a chipset to provide greater security and visibility in data center networks.
In his internal company memo this week that promised sweeping changes, Cisco CEO John Chambers asked employees, "What do you want Cisco to be?"
The IETF is up to its usual April Fools' Day tricks, publishing bogus requests for comment (RFC) on its website Friday for addressing serious IP challenges.
Despite competing standards and proprietary alternatives already on the market, the IETF insists that TRILL is gaining momentum as a method for solving Ethernet scalability problems in data center networks.
Brocade this week unveiled software for its application acceleration switches that enables them to function as gateways between existing IPv4 networks and new ones built on IPv6.
Cisco unveiled two unified communications products optimized for small and midsize businesses.
Cisco beat analyst estimates with its second-quarter earnings, posting revenue of US$10.4 billion and earnings per share, excluding expenses, charges and other...
The Internet has returned to Egypt.
No announcement occurred; instead, 3500 Internet routes suddenly vanished.
Businesses are better off with multivendor networks, no matter what Cisco and other large network vendors may tell you.
HP this week refreshed its high-end chassis Ethernet switches with modules that conform to the IEEE's Energy Efficient Ethernet standard for reducing power.
IT spending may grow by almost 6 percent next year due to cloud computing, mobile networking and social media, according to market researcher IDC.
HP this week unveiled data center switching and security products designed to simplify server connectivity and protect data in a converged infrastructure.
The argument hinges on which router manufacturer has the more compelling unified data center fabric architecture: Cisco's Unified Computing System or Juniper's single-layer Stratus.