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Building for scale: Boundary processes 5 terabytes of data daily

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Looking back on his first year at the helm of the network monitoring company, Boundary CEO Gary Read (pictured) sees progress by all sorts of metrics, but still has his eye on the future. Whereas application-performance-management providers such as AppDynamics and New Relic help clients zero in on problematic code...
Building for scale: Boundary processes 5 terabytes of data daily

D-Link Cloud Router 5700 marks the outfit's first foray into 802.11ac WiFi, now shipping for $190

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D-Link has fulfilled its promise to support the newfangled 802.11ac wireless standard. The company has pulled the curtain back on its first router that's compatible with the aforementioned tech in the Cloud Router 5700. Boasting performance of up to 1,750Mbps (that's 1,300 ac + 450 n), the kit implements...
D-Link Cloud Router 5700 marks the outfit's first foray into 802.11ac WiFi, now shipping for $190

Boundary raises $15M for network-aware application monitoring

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Boundary CEO Gary ReadBoundary, a startup created by a former Amazon Web Services creator that provides real-time network monitoring, has raised $15 million to help continue its growth. The second-round funding is from new investor Scale Venture Partners and existing investor Lightspeed Venture Partners. The money will help Boundary expand...
Boundary raises $15M for network-aware application monitoring
Hackers steal 1.5 million card numbers in huge MasterCard, Visa breach
Plexxi and Boundary team up to deliver a model for the application-aware network

Syria deletes itself from Internet as fighting intensifies

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Fighting near Damascus has already cut off Syria's capital from the rest of the world by shutting down its airport. At the same time, the government has further severed the country by shutting down its connection to the Internet and shutting down cellular phone service in some regions of the country....
Syria deletes itself from Internet as fighting intensifies

Network History: Why it's important and who's responsible for it

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The network monitoring industry has been around for a long time, but it's still an immature science relative to other information technologies....
Network History: Why it's important and who's responsible for it

Arieso gets big bandwidth out of the smallest cell

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U.K. network monitoring company Arieso made a big splash in the U.S. in January, when it published figures showing that the iPhone 4S consumed double the amount of data of its Apple smartphone predecessors, a trend Arieso attributed to the device’s new voice interface Siri. Several months and — Arieso...
Arieso gets big bandwidth out of the smallest cell

WriteThat.Name creator Kwaga acquires real-time push notifications startup Boxcar

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For once, a French company is buying a relatively well-known US tech startup: Kwaga has acquired struggling iOS and Mac push notification service provider Boxcar. Unfortunately, the terms were undisclosed. Paris-based Kwaga, the creator of WriteThat.name, a nifty online service that automatically updates the address book of emails and CRM...
WriteThat.Name creator Kwaga acquires real-time push notifications startup Boxcar

Visa axes Global Payments support after hackers access up to 1.5 million card numbers

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Credit card giant Visa has dropped support for Global Payments pending verification of the security of its system following a high profile data hack, which the payment processing firm estimates saw up to 1.5 million card numbers stolen. While Visa has removed support for Global Payments, the business partnership is likely...
Visa axes Global Payments support after hackers access up to 1.5 million card numbers

Processor Global Payments: Up To 1.5M Credit Card Numbers May Have Been Stolen In Visa, MasterCard Security Breach

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On Friday, we heard the news that payments processor Global Payments was hit with a massive security breach involving MasterCard and Visa cardholders. At the time it was unclear the reach of the security issue, which was being investigated by the U.S. Secret Service. Tonight, Global Payments reports that those...
Processor Global Payments: Up To 1.5M Credit Card Numbers May Have Been Stolen In Visa, MasterCard Security Breach

RSA brings big data analytics to security threat management

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RSA has unveiled a new tool designed to let enterprises detect security threats more quickly than current technologies permit by combining big data management and analytics approaches with traditional network monitoring and threat detection....
RSA brings big data analytics to security threat management
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