Take a Network Break! In today’s episode, we discuss Cisco’s upgrades to its ASR 9000 router, Arista’s acquisition of FPGA-based switchmaker Metamako, and Bomgar’s purchase of privileged account manager BeyondTrust.
U.S. mobile carriers are teaming up to offer a single sign-on service, the FCC will take more time to review T-Mobile and Sprint’s proposed merger, and Marvell discontinues its programmable ASIC.
Security researchers offer a detailed analysis of the British Airways breach, and we look at Apple’s chip developments as it announces new products.
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Cisco ASR 9000 Reloaded For Mass Scale Networking – Cisco Systems
Arista Acquires Metamako – Arista Networks
iPhone 2018 – Engadget