Hitachi Data Systems' Virtual Storage Platform G-series received a significant update this week that provides cloud optimization and NAS features, as well as greater integration with VMware.
Dell Networking beefed up its campus and data center networking product lines this week with new cloud-based management capabilities and in-rack products.
ReadyTalk added a one-touch in-room videoconferencing and collaboration feature to the FoxDen collaboration application it launched in 2015.
A new version of Aviatrix's Cloud Native Networking product aims to make it easy to not only connect and use a hybrid IT environment, but also easily scale out virtual private clouds using VLAN-like segmentation of cloud instances.
Riverbed Technology introduced a new SD-WAN technology that the company is aiming at enterprises that are interested in integrating both the WAN and LAN into a single management point.
Microsoft continues to expand the capabilities of Skype for Business. It will soon be heading to Macs, as the vendor introduced the preview of the appropriately named Skype for Business Mac this week.
Enterprises aren't lacking in information and alerts regarding network security, but most of them aren't taking advantage of that knowledge.
Akanda launched a new version of OpenStack network orchestration and virtualization product at OpenStack Summit in Austin on Monday. The latest release of OpenStack Astara makes use of the OpenStack Mitaka release, the latest stable version of OpenStack that launched earlier this month.
Juniper Networks unveiled two new series of cloud and virtual firewalls that the company designed to provide deeper security services for its enterprise customers.
Azeti Networks, which provides remote asset management software for Internet of Things applications, has scored an additional $4 million in funding thanks to Wim Elfrink, Cisco's former executive vice president of emerging solutions and chief globalization officer.
New security technology from Fortinet aims to extend network security to remote and Internet of Things devices, as well as into the cloud.
As OpenStack Summit kicks off, one of the first pieces of news out of the conference is that Verizon has completed what it claims is the world's largest network functions virtualization OpenStack cloud deployment.
Denial of service vulnerabilities discovered in Cisco's WLAN Controller software, Adaptive Security Appliance and in the Secure Real-Time Library used in several of its products have been fixed.
Unified communications vendor Voxox is looking to put a unified communications system in your pocket. The company unveiled an Android and iOS mobile app for the Voxox Cloud Phone intended to be a complete business phone system for small businesses.
Dell is looking to help customers increase the performance of their Red Hat OpenStack private clouds. The company is now offering Midokura Enterprise MidoNet as an optional performance accelerator for its Dell Red Hat OpenStack Cloud Solution.
In the latest incremental release of its security product, ThreatTrack has beefed up its ability to aggregate sensor data from a variety of locations across a network and deepened the integration with its own ThreatAnalyzer technology.
Boston-based ISV Comtrade is among the first to launch a freemium management pack for managing F5 environments for Microsoft System Center 2012 Operations Manager users.
Enterprises using BroadSoft's BroadWorks SIP product now have a new option for recording VoIP calls: ASC Technologies has completed integration between its EVOIPneo recording tool and BroadWorks.
Cradlepoint has launched an LTE Advanced routing system designed for the enterprise branch offices and in-vehicle networks. The launch comes at a time when a greater number of enterprises are adopting LTE connections to supplement existing internet, MPLS and other connectivity options.
The new role came only four months after the mysterious departure from F5, which was followed by former F5 CEO John McAdam taking the reins back. It's still unknown what caused Rivelo to leave F5, and executives at the company are remaining tight-lipped.