VMware appears to be targeting small or cash-strapped enterprises with two new models of its NSX software-defined networking product line.
Extreme Networks is looking to make enterprise network provisioning and management simpler with the release of ExtremeCloud, a cloud-managed network offering.
As technology continues to change at what sometimes feels like an ever increasing pace, the jobs of those deploying and managing that technology change.
It has been 30 years since the inaugural Interop (then called the TCP/IP Interoperability Conference), and the networking conference has grown from its humble beginnings with industry professionals from 65 companies to one with thousands of attendees and more than 160 vendors displaying their wares.
Pluribus Networks updated its network monitoring and analytics product with more intelligence so network professionals can more easily troubleshoot and manage their enterprise networks.
Talari Networks is expanding its virtualization and public cloud integrations to Microsoft technologies. In addition to existing integrations with VMware ESX and Amazon Web Services, Talari now also supports Microsoft Azure and Microsoft Hyper-V.
Spherix, known for its many lawsuits against companies in the network equipment and telecommunications spaces, has three new targets. The company announced it filed lawsuits for alleged intellectual property infringement against Level 3 Communications, TW Telecom and Fairpoint Communications.
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.
Microsoft has released Flow, a service that automates workflow connections, similar to If This Then That, but specific to Microsoft software. It also released PowerApps, a service that aims to simplify building apps for specific needs.
Mojo Networks is looking to compete with other Wi-Fi access point vendors, and the vendor's latest strategy is to drop the price of its 802.11ac access points.