Take a Network Break! On today’s episode we examine how Intel’s marketing hype may have gotten ahead of the actual capabilities of 3D XPoint, and look at Brocade’s latest data center router.
Riverbed launches a new SD-WAN appliance and goes all in on the technology, Cisco aims to make Apple devices play nicely on Cisco WLANs, and HPE rolls out the latest version of its Helion CloudSystem, including an OpenStack distro and hyperconverged infrastructure.
PlumGrid adds container support to its SDN platform, Extreme buys the WLAN business of Zebra Technologies, and Aruba Networks experiments with purchasing options
You can find links to all the stories we covered, and sponsor links, after the virtual donuts.
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Intel’s Xpoint is pretty much broken – SemiAccurate
Nantero NRAM: ARM’d and dangerous – StorageMojo
Brocade’s New Router Can Run Visibility, Monitoring Applications – Packet Pushers
Riverbed: We’re An SD-WAN Company – Packet Pushers
Cisco Spark Room Systems Introduction – YouTube