Take a Network Break! In this week’s episode we examine why HPE acquired Plexxi, dig into the latest batch of security advisories from Cisco, and discuss Intel’s reference architecture for new uCPE gear.
The Appropriations Committee in the U.S. Congress wants to keep up sanctions pressure against ZTE, AWS adds Verizon as a customer, and a new DDoS attack technique looks to thwart a common filter.
Toshiba clears its last hurdle to sell is semiconductor business, Cisco posts a positive third quarter, and Symantec announces an internal audit into its financial results.
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HPE Acquires Plexxi For HCI, Composable Infrastructure – Packet Pushers
Hardcoded Password Found in Cisco Enterprise Software, Again – Bleeping Computer
House Committe Snubs Trump’s Request to Save ZTE – SDX Central
Cisco Reports Third Quarter Earnings – Cisco Systems
Symantec Provides Additional Information – Symantec