Mar 04, 2020
Diverse workloads. Varying usage needs. Unpredictable demands. Are multiple servers — or a standard CPU that can’t prioritize frequency needs — really the way to handle it all? Not unless you’re also looking to increase complexity and TCO. And...
There are no product details so far, but the plan is to leverage the newly opened CBRS spectrum to build 4G LTE wireless solutions and open-source most of the innovation.
The deal bolsters VMware’s position in the growing SD-WAN market and helps its push into AIOps.
While the overall data center switch silicon market is growing, its proprietary segment is shrinking.
Why the dream of convergence between core and edge data centers is further away than it may sound.
The design breaks the Japanese electronics giant’s previous record of 16 pairs of fiber strands.
The open data center networking firm’s first partnership with the giant went nowhere. But its CEO says this time things are different.
Azure networking VP Yousef Khalidi explains the cloud provider’s network strategy.
The Australian company’s products offload network processing to FPGAs to reduce latency.
The networking giant is going after the hyperscale market, where clients design their own hardware.