Lenovo's storage area networking arrays are available in June and designed to provide a bridge to flash-based systems.
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Leading technology analyst Mary Meeker takes her 20th look into the state of the Internet.
It's a busy day in the tech world when it comes to M&A chatter.
Palo Alto Networks also published third quarter financial results after the bell on Wednesday.
Avago specializes in semiconductors designed enterprise and industrial use cases, including data networking, telecommunications, factory automation, and alternative energy systems, among others.
Eden Rock is known for its Eden-NET SON technology, which is used within GSM, UMTS and LTE networks.
Fortinet acquires Meru Networks for its technology to manage wireless networks as it rolls out a mobility service designed to better manage bring your own device environments.
Amid serving more than 34 million users and 45,000 organizations worldwide, Box boasted it currently counts more than 40 federal government customers.
Workday's first quarter was solid, but showed signs of slowing growth and competition from the likes of Oracle.
The additional funds bring DocuSign's Series F round to $278 million. In all, the company has secured more than $508 million over its 12-year history.
The tech giant has promised substantial funding for firms using technology to help people cope with their disabilities.
Hyundai is the first automaker to offer Android Auto in production vehicles.
Workday CEO and co-founder Aneel Bhusri attributed the better-than-expected results to "a record number of new customers."
The research firm expects smartphone shipments to grow by 11.3 percent this year, compared to growth of 27.6 percent the market experienced during 2014.
ConteXtream makes software-defined networking (SDN) and network-function virtualization (NFV) software for communication service providers.