Caught off guard with the launch of the Apple iPad in 2010, Microsoft pushes on with its 2-in-1 concept in hopes of rendering the tablet irrelevant.
Cisco Systems has taken a rather hard line against the emergence of whitebox networking products, but CEO Chuck Robbins seems less concerned than his predecessor.
The legal dispute between Cisco Systems and Arista Networks isn't over yet, but it looks like in regards to two of the patents Cisco lays claim to, Arista may end up winning.
Array Networks' application delivery networking technology is now available for use on Nutanix's Xtreme Computing Platform. Array completed the validation on Nutanix's server, storage and virtualization convergence product.
One inhibitor to adoption of software-defined networking technologies is a concern about the security of the products at this point in their maturity. There are even greater concerns when it comes to software-defined WAN. Security vendor Certes is hoping to put some of those fears to rest.
Software-defined networking vendor Ocedo launched a new cloud-based networking offering on Amazon Web Services at the public cloud provider's AWS re:Invent 2015 conference in Las Vegas.
While Microsoft Edge saw a temporary boost with the launch of Windows 10 in July, its share of the browser market has slipped back down to around 12 percent, according to a new report from Quantcast.
Apple will not renew an enterprise licensing agreement with VMware and will instead deploy KVM, an open source alternative to VMware's server virtualization, according to sources consulted by CRN.
Microsoft's email client Outlook keeps crashing on the newest iteration of Apple's operating system.
Starting tomorrow, Microsoft has a couple week's worth of events planned around Windows 10 device launches.