Take a Network Break! Cisco touts custom ASICs designed for the latest data center workloads, electricity consumption by U.S. data centers has plateaued, and the IEEE officially ratifies the 25Gbit Ethernet standard.
A container security startup gets a $10 million Series A investment, Cisco opens its ISR4000 and ASR1000 routers to third-party apps, and HPE rolls out a set of patches to fix OpenSSL vulnerabilities in multiple products.
Ride-share startup Uber has taken out a $1.15 billion dollar loan, Barracuda gets Wall Street props for a rise in subscription revenue, and Juniper gets downgraded by a financial analyst.
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United States Data Center Energy Usage Report – Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Ethernet’s Expansion Continues Unabated With New Standards – Ethernet Alliance
Twistlock scoops up $10M to secure all the containers – Network World
HPE rushes out patch for more than a year of OpenSSL vulns – The Register
Barracuda Reports First Quarter Fiscal 2017 Results – Barracuda Networks
Juniper slides as Deutsche pulls Buy rating – Seeking Alpha