Take a Network Break! On today’s episode we examine the latest round in an ongoing patent battle between Arista and Cisco, explore Oracle’s purchase of DNS provider Dyn, and review a lucrative investment round for an upstart chipmaker.
The IETF advances UDP-based QUIC as a TCP alternative, Martin Casado predicts infrastructure disruption, and cloud prices stabilize.
Symantec buys LifeLock for billions of dollars, malware hits public transportation in San Francisco, and Gartner predicts the death of the CLI.
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Arista Wins US Import Approval In Cisco Patent Fight – Network Computing
Oracle to Buy Dyn and its DNS Expertise – Fortune
How Much Did Oracle Pay for Dyn? – Dan Primack
Barefoot Networks’ Ecosystem Attracts New Investors – MarketWired
Symantec to buy LifeLock – Business Insider
Predicting the Death of the CLI – Gartner