Take a Network Break! We start with an FU on network verification, and then dive into Cumulus Networks’ announcement that the company is extending from the data center to the campus with new switches.
Private equity firm Thoma Bravo makes a $3.9 billion offer for Sophos, SpaceX files plans to launch an additional 30,000 satellites for space networking, and UK telecom provider O2 switches on 5G in limited areas.
The EU takes interim measures against Broadcom over alleged anti-competitive behavior in the set-top box and modem business, startup Pensando emerges from stealth with millions of dollars in funding and ex-Cisco CEO John Chambers as chairman, a Chinese cybersecurity law says all networks in China must be open to the country’s cybersecurity bureau by December 1st, and a new study shows a drop in applications to elite MBA programs.
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Cumulus Networks Extends Data Center Innovation to Modernize Campus Networks – Cumulus Networks
How inspiration from your data center can modernize your campus network. – Cumulus Networks
John Chambers and ex-Cisco stars take on Amazon with Pensando Systems – Business Insider
AWS Nitro System – Amazon
China’s New Cybersecurity Program: NO Place to Hide – China Law Blog
China’s New Cybersecurity System: There is NO Place to Hide – China Law Blog