Take a Network Break! On today’s episode we dig into details on the Dyn attack and Greg offers some lessons learned about DDoS and DNS. Qualcomm spends $38 billion on a chip maker, and Cisco targets pirate streams.
Amazon rolls out a cloud migration tool, ARM debuts a cloud for IoT services, and Google “pauses” its rollout of fiber in cities where projects haven’t yet begun.
Gartner predicts global IT spending of $3.5 trillion for 2017, Juniper has a positive quarter, and Amazon’s retail performance can’t match the growth of AWS.
A tiny violin plays sad tunes for Violin Memory, Fortinet beats Wall Street, and A10 Networks sees revenue go up.
Gigamon has a blockbuster quarter, F5 Networks rises, and Ericsson announces cost cuts on the horizon.
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Hacked Cameras, DVRs Powered Today’s Massive Internet Outage – Krebs on Security
Qualcomm buys NXP Semiconductors for $38B – USA Today
AWS Server Migration Service – Amazon
ARM Carves Path To IoT-Driven Cloud Business – The Next Platform
What Went Wrong With Google Fiber? – Motherboard
Gartner: IT Spending Will Hit $3.5 Trillion In 2017 – InformationWeek
Juniper Breaks Out With a Strong Q3 – SDX Central
Amazon Takes Hit as Costs Surge – Wall Street Journal
NYSE halts trading in Violin Memory shares – The Register
Gigamon Reports Third Quarter 2016 Financial Results – PR Newswire
F5 Networks Announces Fourth Quarter and Fiscal 2016 Results – BusinessWire
Cost Cutting Must Continue, Says Ericsson’s New CEO – Light Reading