Take a Network Break! The US and British governments have accused Russian state actors of compromising routers and other network infrastructure, the United States forbids American companies from selling components to Chinese telecom firm ZTE, and Huawei rethinks its US strategy.
Cisco releases notes on its 9500 switches and UADP silicon, IBM releases a mainframe that takes the same space as a traditional 19-inch server rack, and VMware shares rise on rumors that Dell won’t reverse-merge with it.
Arista’s share price stumbles, and then recovers; Cisco ditches the Spark brand name; a Cisco security exec says we’re all screwed; and the United States is the leading source of botnet attacks in the world.
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Huawei, Failing to Crack U.S. Market, Signals a Change in Tactics – The New York Times
IBM unveils mainframes in 19-inch form factor – DatacenterDynamics
Arista Stock Slips, Investors Fear Customers May Flee – Investopedia
Why Twitter, Shopify, and Arista Networks Jumped Today – Motley Fool
Cisco Enhances Webex – Cisco
Why Enterprise IT Customers Are Stupid – Packet Pushers via YouTube