GE will also open up its Predix software platform to developers and users in 2015 as it aims to add intelligence to industrial gear.
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The Cisco Intercloud is the networking giant's effort to connect disparate cloud platforms with secure private access to essentially bridge the gap between cloud service providers.
The networking giant wants to speed up its networking gear in order to make datacenters faster. Why does that matter? You know those cloud-based apps that you use...
Intel has released the latest generation of its Xeon E5 processor family, with a range of features aimed at boosting performance, cutting power draw and making it easier to use in virtualised environments.
Kicking off the latest Cisco Live IT summit, the networking giant unveiled a host of new desktop products intended to make workplace videoconferencing more personal.
AT&T, Cisco, GE, IBM AND Intel join forces to form ragtag big data team with Industrial Internet Consortium.
Cisco has released the first of three firmware fixes to small business networking products that are vulnerable to complete compromise.
Several Cisco small business networking products have an undocumented "test interface" which could allow a LAN-based user to gain root access. Public exploit code is available.
Cisco says it has a big role in the Internet of things to promote standards, networking interconnects and industry use cases.
GE is adding AT&T, Cisco and Intel to a list of partners that already includes some heavy-hitters.
Intel wants the software pattern matching technology firm to extend its security capabilities.
Using gaming and peer networking Intel aims to double the number of females with access to the Internet and expand digital literacy around the world.
Cisco outlined an architecture dubbed Application-Centric Infrastructure, which is designed to integrate cloud computing and data center management, and argued it goes beyond software-defined networking.
By integrating Citrix's application delivery controller (ADC), Cisco tightens a partnership that formed in October shortly after VMware bought Nicira to popularize the term "software defined networking."
The company's second silicon-photonics acquisition in recent weeks boosts its challenge to Intel and Cisco in the space.
UPDATED: While also waiting for its PC and datacenter units to bounce back, Intel could have more Web-based software and networking intentions tucked away.
While this week's earnings report was all about Windows 8, Intel also has a new networking strategy to disclose.
By letting the networking giant take the lead on the deployment, Cisco boasted that this sped up the timeframe for launching MetroPCS 4G LTE services on IPv6.
What could bring Red Hat, Cisco, VMware, and Microsoft together in one cause? Would you believe The Linux Foundation and Software-Defined Networking? Believe it.
The SVP of Cisco's security and government unit outlines the game changers for next-gen datacenters, which in turn are argued to be enabling shifts across IT services, business models, and architectures.
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