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Mellanox embraces open-source SONiC operating system
We look at the latest open-source move by the networking equipment vendor
Huawei launches ‘industry-first’ AI data centre switch amid trade war
Despite being embroiled in the midst of a trade war between China and the United States, Huawei is showing no signs of slowing down its innovation.
Data centre switch market grows as VoLTE dips - Dell’Oro
Two new reports from Dell’Oro show growth in the data centre switch market, while the voice over LTE market had a temporary setback.
Boom in some areas of data center infrastructure, decay in others
It would seem the steady march of innovation continues, with some technologies riding the wave and others being left in its wake.
Dell EMC unveils latest fabric switch focusing on the ‘modern data centre’
The new Z-series fabric doubles the capacity of its predecessor and is targeted at the US$19.9 billion market.
Melbourne’s Metro Trains taps Extreme Networks to power CCTV system
Extreme Networks says the solution will deliver an agile, adaptive, and secure network for Metro Trains that supports its CCTV system.
Exclusive: Aruba boss outlines reseller opportunities, new investment and new markets
An expansion into security, broadening the SMB offerings and moving deeper into the core switch infrastructure - Aruba's got big plans for 2018.
Two industry heavyweights team up to research ‘SDN network of the future’
BT and Dell EMC have collaborated to explore the coupling of data centre technology and specialist switching software to create the next network.
ACSC confirms backdoor attacks on Aussie firms through Cisco switches & routers
Hackers may be collecting configuration files from Cisco routers and switches used by a number of Australian organisations.
Extreme Networks launches new ethernet switching platforms
There is a growing demand for flexible data rates across both data center and campus networks, according to Extreme Networks.
Cisco holds onto market share as ethernet market continues to rebound
"Falling switch port prices have a flattening effect on overall market growth, even as demand for switches increases."