Cisco and Arista trade victories an with ITC ruling and a jury decision, and Cisco gives Intercloud Service public cloud the axe. Cisco emphasizes software in a network upgrade for Spanish telco Telefonica.
PwC sends cease-and-desist letters to a European security research firm, Ashley Madison has to pay a $1.6 million data breach penalty, and Yahoo reveals yet another breach.
Nokia is buying analytics firm Deepfield for an undisclosed amount, and Microsoft and LinkedIn officially merge.
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Arista Victory Seen by Street in Cisco Patent Win – Tech Trader Daily – Barrons.com
Cisco to kill its Intercloud public cloud on March 31, 2017 – The Register
Cisco upgrades Telefonica’s critical network in Spain – The Network
Show 283: Deepfield Puts Network Telemetry To Work (Sponsored) – Packet Pushers
Microsoft + LinkedIn: Beginning our Journey Together – Satya Nadella – LinkedIn