Take a Network Break! The U.S. Department of Homeland Security warns of DNS tampering and advises two-factor authentication for accounts that can change DNS records, though 2FA vulnerabilities are also afoot.
Arrcus announces its ArcOS network OS can run on 400G switches, Huawei announces its own 400G switch with an AI chip, and Extreme Networks launches new 802.11ax APs.
The Linux Foundation debuts LF Edge, a new consortium to drive open-source development around edge computing and networking, and Intel releases its Q4 and fiscal 2018 financial results.
F5 Networks posts its Q1 2019 revenues, and U.S. universities divest Huawei gear to keep from losing federal funding.
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