Take a Network Break! We start the show with a few FUs, and then dive into tech news.
Mellanox adds support for the SONiC NOS, Aryaka introduces a hybrid SD-WAN option, and ASIC maker Innovium announces a new ASIC line for ToR and edge switches and beefs up its existing chip.
Amazon announces a new wireless protocol to link home automation gadgets, Palo Alto says it will develop its own SD-WAN offering, and cloud infrastructure spending dips according to IDC.
Firefox, Google Chrome, and CloudFlare add HTTP/3 support; and Chef reverses its position on its ICE contract.
Get links to all these stories below.
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Follow Up: Leadership and Early Risers
Mellanox Spectrum for Microsoft Azure SONiC – Mellanox Blog
Innovium Enhances TERALYNX Architecture – Innovium
Does TCP keep pace with QUIC? – APNIC Blog
HTTP/3: the past, the present, and the future – Cloudflare Blog
An Important Update from Chef – Chef Blog