Pica8 has announced Nymble, a software application to manage switches running the PICOS network OS. It including automation capabilities and management for configuration, imaging, and licensing. Pica8 also announced support for new switch hardware from Dell EMC.
Nyansa has announced a new product, Voyance IoT, that promises to help IT departments inventory, monitor, and secure networked devices such as industrial sensors, video cameras, medical equipment, point of sale systems, and more.
Fortinet has announced a new SD-WAN/NGFW combo appliance, the 100F. It also added new SD-WAN capabilities in the 6.2 release of its operating system, and rebranded an ASIC to reflect its growing emphasis on the SD-WAN market.
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Meta Networks has added new features to its secure remote access service, including client checks and full audit logs of client Web behaviors.
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Cato Networks has added a new managed threat detection and response service to its SD-WAN portfolio. The service aims to reduce the dwell time of a malicious intruder to limit the damage of a security compromise.
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Fortinet has announced four new FortiGate next-gen firewalls (NGFWs), with throughputs up to 40 Gbps in NGFW mode depending on the model. As with other FortiGates, the new firewalls include custom ASICs, which Fortinet calls Security Processing Units (SPUs). The SPUs on each box divide security and networking tasks to improve overall performance. For instance,…
Startup Arrcus, which makes the ArcOS network operating system, has announced that its NOS will run on 400GbE whitebox switches using Broadcom’s Tomahawk 3 ASIC.
LogicMonitor, which sells a SaaS platform to monitor IT infrastructure and public cloud performance, has launched new offerings for Kubernetes and a service-oriented view of infrastructure components.
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Apstra has announced root cause identification and other new features in the latest version of its intent-based networking (IBN) software, but IBN has hurdles to get over before its utopian vision of the data center can come to fruition.
LiveAction’s 8.0 version of its LiveNX network performance management software now integrates with packet capture hardware and protocol analyzer software from Savvius, which LiveAction acquired in June 2018.
Earlier this month, Extreme Networks rolled out a whopping big announcement that included upgrades to its management, analytics, and automation software, as well as new hardware. On the software side, Extreme upgraded its management and monitoring software, Extreme Management Center, to encompass data center operations in addition to existing campus and edge management capabilities. The…
Teridion has announced a virtual network service to compete with MPLS providers. Its overlay combines IPSect tunnels, monitoring, and performance-based routing to meet customer service levels, and it’s partnering with SD-WAN vendors to go to market.
Cisco Systems has announced its first-ever 400GbE switches. Expected to ship in the first half of 2019, these switches target hyperscaler companies, cloud and service providers, and large enterprises.
Arista Networks has announced two 400GbE switches built on Broadcom’s Tomahawk 3 ASIC. The switches include features such as a 50% increase in buffer size, elephant flow detection, and two different optics options.
Cato Networks has announced a new SD-WAN appliance and new features to extend service availability in the event of device failures, network changes, and even the loss of Cato’s private network.
Nyansa, which monitors user experience for IT operations, has a new feature that lets willing customers unmask anonymized performance metrics to share with one another to facilitate collaboration and peer-to-peer learning.