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Ethan Banks joins the podcast to share more insights on Cisco’s recent announcements around SD-WAN and upgrades to its WLAN controller. Innovium leaves a clue about whether its ASIC found its way into a new Cisco switch, and Google Cloud turns to Oracle for its new CEO.
Hyperscales put up $26 billion in CapEx in the third quarter of 2018, the United States presses allies to avoid Huawei gear, and Cisco snaps up a British software company that targets service providers.
Apstra adds new features to its Intent-Based Networking software, new research says the United States is the most expensive mobile data market in the developed world, and a New York Times article pokes holes in the hype around the health benefits of standing desks.
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Cisco Presents at Networking Field Day 19 – Tech Field Day
Cisco Announces 400GbE Switches in Nexus 3400 And 9000 Families – Packet Pushers
2018 Hyperscale Capex is Running at 53% Above 2017 Levels – Synergy Research Group
Washington Asks Allies to Drop Huawei – Wall Street Journal
Cisco Announces Intent to Acquire Ensoft – Cisco Systems
Apstra Presents at Networking Field Day 19 – Tech Field Day
Are You Sitting Down? Standing Desks Are Overrated – The New York Times