Take a Network Break! Cisco spends $2.35 billion to buy Duo Security, Arista Networks acquires WLAN vendor Mojo Networks, and Arista’s quarterly revenues rise.
Infrastructure vendor Kontron acquires SDN software maker Inocybe, AWS’s IaaS market share slips ever so slightly, and Nokia and T-Mobile sign a $3.5 billion deal around 5G.
Huawei eyes the number one ranking in mobile phone sales, Symantec announces layoffs, Google is reportedly building a censor-friendly mobile browser, and Juniper Networks sets a routing record.
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Cisco Announces Intent to Acquire Duo Security – Duo Security
Arista Acquires Mojo Networks – Arista
Mojo Networks Mission with Rick Wilmer – YouTube
AWS Cloud Share Slips as Competitors Claw at Its Lead – SDX Central
Huawei Shrugs Off Challenges With Surge in H1 Profit – Light Reading
Symantec Reports Fiscal First Quarter 2019 Results – Business Insider