Take a Network Break! Arista challenges Cisco in the campus with a new a new core switch, Qualcomm is reportedly considering backing away from data center server processors, and a security survey shows woeful patching habits.
Another security survey reveals that three quarters of respondents have been breached at least once in 2017, Apple abandons a planned data center site in Ireland, and ZTE halts major operations because of a US export ban on parts and software from American companies.
Finally, Google acquires cloud onboarding startup VeloStrata, while Google’s Duplex voice assistant raises hackles.
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Qualcomm Plans Exit From Server Chips – Bloomberg
Report: More Breaches Despite Increasing Security Budgets – Dark Reading
Apple cancels $1bn Irish data center after planning delays – DatacenterDynamics
Google announces intent to acquire Velostrata – Google Cloud
Struggling BT to Axe 13,000 Jobs, Shutter London HQ – SDX Central
BT to axe 13,000 jobs and move out of central London HQ – The Guardian