• How a network disruption left me in isolation

    It's a funny thing just how much we rely on network infrastructure, both traditional and telecommunications. And it's not something you really understand until you find yourself completely cut off from all network services – phone, cellular and the Internet.

QLogic simplifies VMware-based virtualized data center infrastructure management

QLogic released a new tool at VMworld that provides greater visibility into VMware's vCenter Server and vSphere while also trying to simplify network management.

Array Networks and Dell building 'open firewall sandwich' product

Array Networks and Dell are working together on what they're calling a highly-resilient "open sandwich" Layer 3 architecture for scaling next-generation firewalls.

Vonage boosts UCaaS offerings with iCore acquisition

Vonage is increasing its Unified-Communications-as-a-Service capabilities with the acquisition of iCore Networks, a UCaaS provider using Microsoft Lync as its foundation.

Belkin N600 security vulnerabilities put home users at risk

Several vulnerabilities have been found in the Belkin N600 802.11n wireless home router that could provide a gateway to hackers using DNS spoofing.

CloudRouter 2.0 now generally available for the enterprise

Although it's the 2.0 release, the latest version of the CloudRouter Project of the software-defined networking project is the first that's ready and intended for production use.


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