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Greg Ferro and guest Ed Horley discuss VMware NSX’s strategic shift toward security, NetApp’s launch of a private cloud reference architecture, Cisco’s move into infrastructure software, and a stock price dip for Nvidia.
They also examine the latest critical security patch for Oracle, a new attack targeting Intel CPU vulnerabilities, and whether a slip in profits for Chinese Web giant TenCent foretells potential problems for other cloud companies.
US card payment systems continue their crawl into modernity, Samsung announces a new 5G chip, and a sales leader from recently acquired Duo Security leaves Cisco for a startup.
Cisco announced Q4 revenues, and three of Tinder’s co-founders sue the parent company for alleged financial manipulation.
To hear more from Ed Horley, check out the IPv6 Buzz podcast in the Packet Pushers Community Channel. Ed and co-hosts Tom Coffeen and Scott Hogg go deep into all things IPv6.
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How VMware Plans to Put the Screws on Cisco – Light Reading
Square can now process chip cards in two seconds – TechCrunch
Cisco Q4 revenue earnings up 6% yoy to $12.8B – Light Reading
Cisco Aims to Keep Revenue Growth Rolling – Wall Street Journal
Cisco Estimates Beatable, But Guidance Likely Messy, Says Analyst – Investor’s Business Daily
Cisco Reports Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year 2018 Earnings – Cisco Systems