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When Cell Phone Chips Rule Data Centers

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ARM, which has previously designed low-power semiconductors primarily for cell phones, is increasingly working in computer servers. A design announcement this week is aimed at powerful cell phones, servers, networking equipment, even washing machines. "All of our chips are going to end up in $20 phones," says ARM's CEO....
When Cell Phone Chips Rule Data Centers

Cisco blames Huawei of 'misstating facts' in 2003 trial

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Networking equipment manufacturer Cisco is accusing competitor Huawei Technologies of misstating facts doing a 2003 copyright infringement case, and has released segments of what was said from a previously sealed document. Cisco wait it was revealing parts of an expert's report "so the world could learn what really happened."......
Cisco blames Huawei of 'misstating facts' in 2003 trial

The ugly, dog-eat-dog world of data center startups

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The normally staid and somewhat boring world of networking equipment focused startups is become a hotly contested minefield — thanks to the newest kid on the blog, Insiemi, a company started by Cisco veterans Mario Mazzola, Prem Jain, and Luca Cafiero. It is spreading money like an old rich uncle and...
The ugly, dog-eat-dog world of data center startups
The 49ers' plan to build the greatest stadium Wi-Fi network of all time

Linaro extends Linux ARM to networking gear

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Hoping to extend Linux's reach to ARM-based networking equipment, the not-for-profit engineering group Linaro has launched an initiative to develop code to run routers, switches and other networking equipment....
Linaro extends Linux ARM to networking gear

HP: Companies Don't Trust Amazon, So They'll Use Our New Cloud Service (HPQ)

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Today HP officially opened its own cloud. HP is very late to the cloud game, years behind the likes of Amazon, Rackspace, IBM, Verizon, AT&T and others. So how is HP going to make people want to use its cloud above all others? We caught up with Biri Singh, SVP...
HP: Companies Don't Trust Amazon, So They'll Use Our New Cloud Service (HPQ)

Cisco's John Chambers eyes retirement, successor

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Cisco's 63-year-old CEO has been running the networking equipment giant since 1995 but sees his retirement coming in the next two to four years. [Read more]...
Cisco's John Chambers eyes retirement, successor
CNBC: Japanese carrier SoftBank buys control of Sprint for $20 billion
North Korea secretly received $50k in computer tech for patent database access from UN agency

As Dell Shifts To Software & Services, Announces Plans To Buy SonicWall

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Computer manufacturer Dell announced today that it has signed a definitive agreement that will allow it to acquire SonicWall, a security vendor specializing in firewalls, network security and data protection. The move will help Dell round out its security solutions portfolio, the company reports, which currently includes Dell’s SecureWorks security...
As Dell Shifts To Software & Services, Announces Plans To Buy SonicWall

Cisco invests in virtualisation specialist Parallels to boost its cloud and datacenter solutions

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Hosting and cloud service enablement firm Parallels has announced today that networking equipment manufacturer Cisco has made an equity investment in the company, which will support a number of joint go-to-market products designed to deliver “industry-leading cloud service delivery capabilities”. It’s hoped that the investment, which is an undisclosed sum,...
Cisco invests in virtualisation specialist Parallels to boost its cloud and datacenter solutions
Huawei backs out of US network equipment market, citing unfavorable 'geopolitical reasons'

Thanks to YouTube, Netflix and Facebook, IPv6 Traffic Hits New Heights On IPv6 Launch Day

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You probably didn’t notice, but yesterday was IPv6 Launch Day and thanks to support from major sites like YouTube, Netflix and others, it was quite a success. In 2011, a number of leading websites, ISPs and home router equipment manufacturers came together to test the successor of IPv4. This time...
Thanks to YouTube, Netflix and Facebook, IPv6 Traffic Hits New Heights On IPv6 Launch Day

802.11n Wi-Fi Routers: Tested to the Nth degree

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Sure, those fancy new 802.11ac routers are wicked fast, but the IEEE isn't expected to ratify that standard until later this year. So today's 802.11ac hardware could be rendered obsolete if the standards body changes course between now and November. That probably won't happen, but if you value interoperability...
802.11n Wi-Fi Routers: Tested to the Nth degree

IT Gangnam Style: F5 Networks debuts Gangnam Style parody with tech twist

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“Time to rock this WAN From Seattle to Japan Time to rock the LAN And cloudburst in Kazakhstan F5 is the key to my, master plan! Master plan”   I know what you’re thinking — not another one of these annoying Gangnam Style remakes. But hold up. Seattle’s F5...
IT Gangnam Style: F5 Networks debuts Gangnam Style parody with tech twist
Massive espionage malware targeting governments undetected for 5 years

Huawei: US market no longer focus for its carrier business

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After facing a congressional battering over security concerns, Huawei's carrier networking group is no longer focused on the U.S. market, and instead expects to find ample business in other parts of the world."Apparently, due to whatever the geopolitical reasons, we are not focusing on the U.S. market," said Li...
Huawei: US market no longer focus for its carrier business

LIVE: Cisco Reports Earnings! (CSCO)

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Technology giant Cisco Systems is set to report quarterly results after markets close in the U.S., with analysts forecasting top line results to grow moderately. Click here for updates > The world's largest maker of networking equipment is expected to post earnings per share of $0.46 on sales of $11.6...
LIVE: Cisco Reports Earnings! (CSCO)

There Are Really Four Silicon Valleys, Not Just One (MSFT)

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What's the next big thing for "Silicon Valley," according to Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer? That depends on which Silicon Valley you are referring to. According to Ballmer, there are really four different epicenters for technology--all of which get the "Silicon Valley" label. Only two of them, according to Ballmer, are...
There Are Really Four Silicon Valleys, Not Just One (MSFT)

Cisco patches bugs in VPN client and security appliances

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Networking equipment vendor Cisco Systems released multiple security updates on Wednesday to address vulnerabilities in its AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client, ASA 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliances, Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series ASA Services Module and Cisco Application Control Engine software....
Cisco patches bugs in VPN client and security appliances

EU probe could could slow European vendors supplying tech for China's 4G deployment

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The European Union may be trying to protect its telecom equipment industry with its recent threat to investigate China over networking equipment imports. But the move could end up hurting the chances of Western vendors intent on supplying technology to China's upcoming 4G services launch, according to analysts....
EU probe could could slow European vendors supplying tech for China's 4G deployment

Dell Shifts Executives Around To Hurry Up And Fix Itself (DELL)

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Dell is changing up the executives responsible for its push into the enterprise to hurry up its transformation into a big player in selling high-end equipment to big businesses. It's been hiring bigwigs from the networking industry in recent years, and these moves boost their prominence. Today, it created a new...
Dell Shifts Executives Around To Hurry Up And Fix Itself (DELL)

Juniper Networks Invests In Video Conferencing Startup Vidyo, Bringing Total Funding To $97M

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Video conferencing startup Vidyo announced Tuesday that it has received a strategic investment from Juniper Networks as part of the network equipment vendor’s Junos Innovation Fund. The funding comes alongside existing Vidyo investors such as QuestMark Partners, Menlo Ventures, Rho Ventures, Star Ventures, and Four Rivers Group. Vidyo makes video...
Juniper Networks Invests In Video Conferencing Startup Vidyo, Bringing Total Funding To $97M

Cisco to sell Linksys home networking business to Belkin

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Cisco Systems plans to sell its Linksys home networking business to Belkin International for an undisclosed sum under an agreement that includes cooperation between the companies on software, service-provider products and other areas. Belkin will keep the Linksys brand alive and honor warranties for customers who bought Linksys products,...
Cisco to sell Linksys home networking business to Belkin

This Guy Sold Two Startups To Cisco. Now He's Taking Them On With The Ultimate Video Startup (CSCO)

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Blue Jeans Network is one hot startup to watch. It's a videoconferencing service with customers like Facebook, Foursquare, and Match.com. Now the company is about to storm the enterprise: it just scored a major contract with one of the world's largest audio conference vendors, InterCall. InterCall serves three quarters of...
This Guy Sold Two Startups To Cisco. Now He's Taking Them On With The Ultimate Video Startup (CSCO)

Is Cisco back?

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Not yet. But — for the first time in a while — it’s showing positive signs of a working turnaround. FORTUNE — Cisco’s turnaround efforts are starting to pay off — slowly. The networking equipment giant released better-than-expected profits and sales on Wednesday, but it still has a long road...
Is Cisco back?

Bell Labs shifts focus to cloud and networking products

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Facing a rapidly evolving technology market, Bell Labs is paying more attention to projects that can bring it short-term gains, in areas such as software. "The biggest challenge we face is speed," said Bell Labs' president Gee Rittenhouse in an interview last week. "The challenge for Bell Laboratories is...
Bell Labs shifts focus to cloud and networking products
Where in the World is Google Building Servers?
Dell to cut $2B in costs over 3 years, will pay out dividend

Brocade Awarded $112 Million Verdict in Dispute With A10

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Networking equipment company Brocade Communications Systems said late Monday that a jury in California had found competitor A10 Networks responsible for......
Brocade Awarded $112 Million Verdict in Dispute With A10
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