• BrandPost: Is It Time to Switch to an SD-WAN Platform?
    The broad adoption of SD-WAN has been vital to digital acceleration. While SD-WAN began by providing branch offices with flexible access to remote applications, it does so much more today. Secure SD-WAN blends security and connectivity to add adaptable inspection and superior user-experience for applications. This integrated strategy also enables... Read more
    Source: Networkworld
  • New PCI Express spec features doubles the bit rate
    The latest PCI Express (PCIe) specification again doubles the data rate over the previous spec.PCI Express 7.0 calls for a data rate of 128 gigatransfers per second (GT/s) and up to 512 GB/s bi-directionally via x16 data lane slot (not every PCI Express slot in a PC or server uses... Read more
    Source: Networkworld
  • New PCI Express spec doubles the bit rate
    The latest PCI Express (PCIe) specification again doubles the data rate over the previous spec.PCI Express 7.0 calls for a data rate of 128 gigatransfers per second (GT/s) and up to 512 GB/s bi-directionally via x16 data lane slot (not every PCI Express slot in a PC or server uses... Read more
    Source: Networkworld
  • Cisco announces plan to exit Russia and Belarus
    Cisco has announced plans to formally exit Russia, winding down its business operations in Russia and Belarus in response to the invasion of Ukraine earlier this year.The networking company first made a statement on March 3, declaring that it would be halting all business operations in Russia and Belarus "for... Read more
    Source: Networkworld
  • BrandPost: Faster Business Outcomes: A Tale of Two Transformations
    By: John Gray, Data Center Marketing Lead, Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company.Enterprises today know the world has changed, and they must change with it, especially in the ways they approach improvements to business process through the network.They want to choose and build the right capabilities to centrally host applications... Read more
    Source: Networkworld
  • Cisco reports vulnerabilities in products including email and web manager
    New vulnerabilities found in Cisco internal testing allow remote access and scripting that could lead to the loss of sensitive user data.... Read more
    Source: Networkworld
  • Private 5G promising for enterprises, but growth stymied by pandemic, lack of hardware
    Private 5G networks promise to offer low latency, high reliability, and support for massive numbers of connected devices, but enterpise deployment has been slower than expected, experts say, due to the pandemic and a slow-to-evolve device ecosystem.IDC reports that the global private LTE and 5G wireless infrastructure market totaled $1.8... Read more
    Source: Networkworld
  • Linux Foundation works toward improved data-center efficiency
    Organizations exploring the use of data-processing units (DPU) and infrastructure processing units (IPU) got a boost this week as the Linux Foundation announced a project to make them integral to future data-center and cloud-based infrastructures.DPUs, IPUs, and smartNICs are programmable networking devices designed to free-up CPUs for better performance in... Read more
    Source: Networkworld
  • Telecom companies, FAA strike deal on 5G interference for airplanes
    New equipment for older airplanes is the latest step forward in the ongoing dispute between the major telecom companies and the Federal Aviation Administration, as regulators agree to further measures aimed at reducing perceived safety risks caused by 5G service.The concerns center on interference—the frequencies used by radioaltimeter systems, which... Read more
    Source: Networkworld
  • Microsoft includes IoT devices under its Secured-core program
    The Edge Secured-core, program is designed to validate IoT devices for specific security hardware technology, and ensure users that they are running an OS with built-in security technology.... Read more
    Source: Networkworld