On this week’s episode of Network Break we gape in amazement at Snap’s cloud spending, examine new investments in SnapRoute (no relation to Snap), and comment on an acquisition and new product from HPE.
Cisco and Microsoft team up on Azure Stack private cloud software, Intel deals with the fallout of widespread clock signal component failures in its Atom chipset, and patent trolls go to work against big-name network vendors.
Palo Alto announces new security products with a Web event and celebrity host, a Pennsylvania court says a major hospital has no statutory requirement to protect its employees’ personal information, and Goldman Sachs swaps traders for computer engineers and software.
Juniper Networks’ founder Pradeep Sindhu steps down at CTO to devote time to a startup, and Cisco releases a new report projecting massive growth in mobile traffic.
You can find links to all these stories below.
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Snap will pay Google at least $400 million a year for the next 5 years – Business Insider
Google’s investment arm has quietly invested in Snapchat – Business Insider
HPE Sells Servers with Mesosphere’s Container Software – SDX Central
Clock Signal Component Issue – pfSense
Clock Signal Component Issue – Cisco
Clock Signal Component Issue – Cisco Meraki Blog
Palo Alto Networks Security Event – Palo Alto Networks
Appeals court sides with UPMC over data breach lawsuit – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Did UPMC Data Breach Ruling Lock Plaintiffs Out of State Court? – The Legal Intelligencer
As Goldman Embraces Automation, Even the Masters of the Universe Are Threatened – Technology Review
A Message from Juniper Networks’ Founder, Pradeep Sindhu – Juniper Networks
VNI Global Fixed and Mobile Internet Traffic Forecast – Cisco Systems
Major Mobile Milestones – The Last 15 Years, and the Next Five – Cisco Systems