Take a Network Break! VMware acquires SD-WAN startup VeloCloud, FatPipe asserts its SD-WAN patents, and Cisco may be putting a video unit up for sale.
Cisco is also making changes to its reseller program, Juniper launches a programmable photonic layer, and Ciena touts its 400gig Ai chip.
Qualcomm sues Apple after Apple threatens to drop its chips, IBM launches a private cloud platform, Arista has a banner quarter, and Broadcom gets a Delaware address.
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Is VMware Buying SD-WAN Startup VeloCloud? – Light Reading
Cisco Evolves Channel Programs – Cisco
Juniper Unveils Industry’s First Open Line System – J-Net Community
IBM Builds Private Cloud Stack With Kubernetes And Containers – The Next Platform