Take a Network Break! Today we discuss a new cloud version of Arista’s network OS and Cisco’s forthcoming service to manage UCS and HyperFlex infrastructure from the cloud.
We also examine Amazon’s new per-second pricing option and Google’s purchase of IP and employees from HTC.
Toshiba picks a buyer for its memory division, T-Mobile and Sprint revive merger talks, Equifax continues to blunder, and HPE announces layoffs.
We’ve got links to all the stories we cover right after our sponsor blurbs.
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Arista Announces A Virtual Router To Run In Public Clouds – Packet Pushers
Cisco To Launch Cloud Service For Managing UCS, HyperFlex – Packet Pushers
Google to buy part of HTC’s smartphone operations for $1bn – The Guardian