Take a Network Break! Today’s episode reviews Greg’s recent visit to the IETF 99 meeting in Prague, and then dives into a bad quarter for servers, an Ashley Madison settlement, a rumored VMware/AWS parternship in the data center, and more.
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White boxes crushing the traditional server market – Network World
Next Phase of AWS-VMware Venture Could Be Data Center Software – The Information
Dell EMC Cloud For Microsoft Azure Stack – Dell EMC
FD.io Doubles Packet Throughput Performance to Terabit Levels – The Fast Data Project
Cisco Shuttering Small Cell Biz – Report – Light Reading
Arista -4.3% as ITC keeps Cisco-related import ban in place – Seeking Alpha