Cisco's routing business continued its slow decline in the third quarter of the company's fiscal 2016, but several product categories experienced double-digit percentile growth.
Cisco has updated its CCNA Routing and Switching certification to address the changing network, particularly the growing software-defined networking trend.
It still feels really early in the burgeoning SD-WAN market, but both Silver Peak and Aryaka recently noted significant gains.
Cisco's former executive vice president and chief technology and development officer has joined the Attivo Networks board of directors, adding to a growing list of technology companies that have sought him out to take a seat on their boards.
For yet another quarter, Arista Networks beat expectations, even despite recent setbacks in its legal struggle against Cisco.
Cisco may be about to expand its hyperconvergence strategy yet again. According to a CRN article, three sources have confirmed Cisco is in partnership discussions with hyperconvergence vendor Nutanix.
Total Wi-Fi indoor analytics installations in retail were up almost 400 percent year over year in 2015, according to the latest stats from ABI.
Melissa Selcher, the company's vice president and chief communications officer, has left to take on the role of vice president of corporate communications at LinkedIn.
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.
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.