Skype for Business has been in the headlines again. With Microsoft finally unveiling the long-awaited preview of PBX and PSTN features for Skype for Business and, in turn, its Office 365 productivity suite, there is much to be excited about and plenty to discuss.
Maybe these names will come as little surprise when leaders of the enterprise networking space are discussed, but it appears that Brocade, Cisco, HP and Huawei are leading the market. That's according to a new IHS report that analyzed the top six revenue producers in the space.
With the release of fiscal 2015's fourth quarter results, the final nail in the old HP's coffin has been hammered in. Although sales dropped in almost all categories, there's good news for the newly-formed HP Enterprise – and it's in the networking business.
Cisco's largest certification partner had a difficult week.
It has been four months since Chuck Robbins stepped into the role of Cisco CEO. The passing of the torch from former CEO John Chambers to Robbins came at the expense of several lost executives, reducing the old school Cisco brain share and replacing it with up-and-comers.
Cisco has been touting much success with its Application Centric Infrastructure software-defined networking architecture, and now the company has struck a deal to put ACI on the VCE Vblock.
Cisco plans to buy London-based Acano early in the new year to beef up its videoconferencing and collaboration capabilities.
Networking giant Cisco announced Friday that it plans to acquire collaboration and networking coompany Acano for $700 million.
Cisco is making cloud-scale networking easier to achieve for its large enterprise and service provider customers. The company unveiled new software and developer tools designed for cloud-scale networking.
For years, Cisco has funded start-ups formed by employees and then later acquired them.