Dell sees the PC is part of a comprehensive strategy to serve customers from the end point all the way through to data center infrastructure.
I’ve got a lot of questions about the Dell/EMC merger. I plan to ask them at DellWorld, and I hope to get good answers.
Savvius has launched a new monitoring appliance, Insight, that integrates with Splunk and can capture packets for forensic analysis.
Xirrus is launching a new security feature to encrypt wireless connections between a device and an AP on a public Wi-Fi network. While it’s easy to use, it does have limitations.
Datiphy monitors database transactions to look for potentially malicious behavior. It builds a baseline of normal activity, and alerts if it detects deviations.
Brocade has launched version 2.0 of its SDN Controller, a commercial distribution of OpenDaylight, the open source project. The company also announced two applications for topology visualization and managing flows.
Big Switch takes an innovative approach to pricing a hardware/software SDN product that cuts the customer’s capital expenditure in half and takes advantage of usage-based billing.
Incumbents and startups alike are rushing into the SD-WAN market. So how much of an opportunity is there? So far, the data points aren’t very good. And maybe they don’t matter anyway.