Take a Network Break! Provision a baker’s dozen of virtual donuts and join us for our dash through the tech news of the week. Eyvonne Sharp joins us as guest pundit for this week’s episode. Eyvonne is a consulting network engineer who blogs at ESharp.net.
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Story 1: Extreme Wants Avaya
Extreme Bids $100 Million For Avaya’s Networking Business – Packet Pushers
Extreme Networks Signs Agreement To Purchase Avaya’s Networking Business – Extreme Networks
Story 2: HPE Gets Nimble
HP offers to buy Nimble Storage – Storage Mojo
Story 3: Arista Puts EOS In A Container
Arista Announces Containerized OS That Can Run On Whitebox Switches – Packet Pushers
Arista Introduces Containerized Software for Cloud Networking – Arista Networks
Story 4: Cisco Splashed By Wikileaks
Cisco equipment Comprehsively Pwned by US Government – EtherealMind
WikiLeaks: We’ll Work With Software Makers on Zero-Days – Krebs On Security
Story 5: Cisco Beefs Up HyperFlex
Cisco HyperFlex’s some data center muscle, fuels HCI war – Network World
Story 6: Juniper Shakes It Up
Story 7: Juniper CPU Clock Woes
Story 8: Is Google The Next Cloud?
Google Courts Enterprise For Cloud Platform – The Next Platform
Story 9: Dell Kills DSSD
Dell EMC Stops Production On DSSD – Storage Review
Story 10: US Hits ZTE With A Billion Dollar Fine
ZTE Fined a Record $1.2B For Breaking U.S. Sanctions – SDX Central