Take a Network Break! This is our final episode for 2018. Thank you for spending time with us all year.
Our first episode of 2019 will post on January 7th. In the meantime, we wish you Happy Holidays and a bounty of virtual donuts.
Dell has won shareholder approval to take the company public via a $23.9 billion purchase of VMware’s tracking stock, container security startup Tigera raises $30 million, and Arista partners with Tigera and Red Hat for container networking.
Dell tops revenue earners in the worldwide server market, startup ReSTNSX announces a new migration tool for NSX customers, and Huawei wins a deal for 5G gear in Poland.
Amazon continues to swap out branded network equipment for homebrew gear, and Cisco takes a shine to silicon photonics maker Luxtera as a possible acquisition target.
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WebKit – Wikipedia
VMware NSX-V vs NSX-T Comparison – Vembu
T-Mobile Poland claims 5G network launch – Telegeography
Cisco (CSCO) Is in Talks to Buy Luxtera – Bloomberg