From an animated AT-AT to the need for punchable robots to a post-Internet utopia, here’s a selection of strange and interesting items coughed up online.
Big Switch takes an innovative approach to pricing a hardware/software SDN product that cuts the customer’s capital expenditure in half and takes advantage of usage-based billing.
I’m conflicted about the expansion of tech into education. Is another screen really going to enhance learning, or just make kids increasingly distracted?
Arista’s EOS is a single binary image that runs on all its products. This lets Arista do interesting things with APIs and an SDK, but it creates potential challenges too.
Incumbents and startups alike are rushing into the SD-WAN market. So how much of an opportunity is there? So far, the data points aren’t very good. And maybe they don’t matter anyway.