Take a Network Break!
Aruba announces new 802.11ax APs and ClearPass software for device identification, Intel rolls out a slew of products for the data center including a new Ethernet adapter and a second-gen Xeon processor, and Amazon confirms plans to launch satellites for a broadband service.
Citrix releases an update on the breach it announced in March, Kemp Technologies gets acquired by a private equity firm, Google dissolves its AI Ethics panel, and Cisco’s Catalyst 6500 turns twenty.
Get links to all these stories after our sponsor message.
Sponsor: WAN Summit
The WAN Summit is the place to learn from your IT peers and experts on WAN transformation. It’s happening right now in New York City, April 8th and 9th. Go to twitter.com/WANSummit to check it out.
Summits are also happening in London, Frankfurt, Sydney, and Singapore in 2019. You can see a full list at WANSummit.com. And it’s under $99 for enterprise registrants. Our listeners can get an extra 20% off with the code PACKETPUSHERS when they register.
Citrix provides update on unauthorized internal network access – Citrix Systems
Mill Point Capital Partners with Management to Acquire Kemp Technologies – Kemp Technologies
Mill Point Buys Kemp Technologies – Private Equity Professional
AI at Google: our principles – Google