Take a Network Break and dive into our tasty selection of tech news, including Brocade’s purchase of Ruckus Wireless, Cisco’s latest milestone with its Nexus 3000 line, and our debate on whether Apple should build its own cloud.
Mirantis scores a win for commercial OpenStack by landing VW as a customer, startup ContainerX targets the enterprise with its container management software, and Verizon bids to buy Yahoo.
Last but not least, we circle back to Cisco to get more details about the FD.io open source project, which is building a virtual switch/router based on Cisco’s Vector Packet Processing software.
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Brocade Makes a Ruckus (Acquisition)
Brocade Acquires Ruckus Wireless To Tap WLAN Growth – Packet Pushers
Cisco Sells 10 Million Nexus 3000 Ports, Invokes Britebox
3 Reasons 10 Million Is A Big Number – Cisco Systems
AT&T: White Box Will Deliver Agility – Light Reading
Apple’s Conundrum: Build Or Buy Its Cloud?
Should Apple Build Their Own Cloud? – High Scalability
OpenStack And Container Action
Mirantis scores huge OpenStack win with VW – Tech Crunch
Verizon Bids For Yahoo? Really?
Cisco And FD.io Take On Open vSwitch
A BIGGER HELPING OF INTERNET PLEASE! – Cisco Systems