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SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap: Nokia Links Cloud-Native 5G Services With Google Cloud
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap Podcast for Jan. 22, 2021
Plus, Intel and Cybereason target CPU-level ransomware, and Cisco inks deal with Inphi on co-packaged opticsGoogle nabs Nokia to target 5G service providers; Intel integrates Cybereason to battle ransomware; and Cisco is working with Inphi on co-packaged optics.
Nokia Links Cloud-Native 5G Services With Google Cloud
Intel, Cybereason Beat Ransomware With Hardware Shield
Cisco, Inphi Team Up to Develop Co-Packaged Optics
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap: VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger Set to Flee for Intel
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap for Jan. 15, 2021
Plus, Cisco pays up for Acacia, and Lacework scores a big Series D funding roundIntel lures Pat Gelsinger to replace retiring CEO Bob Swan; Cisco coughs up more for Acacia; and Lacework collects cash to battle Palo Alto Networks.
VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger Set to Flee for Intel
Gelsinger’s Departure ‘Bad News’ for VMware
Can Favorite Son Pat Gelsinger Save Intel?
Cisco Will Pay Acacia $4.5B in On-Again Acquisition
Acacia Countersues Cisco Over $2.6B Merger Gone Bad
Cisco Fights Termination of $2.6B Acacia Deal
Lacework Scores $525M in Security Battle Against Palo Alto Networks
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap: Linux Foundation Gobbles Open19, Adds Cisco
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap for Jan. 8, 2021
Plus, Microsoft admits a deeper impact from the SolarWinds hack, and VMware sues its former COOThe Open19 Foundation gains Cisco backing, joins the Linux Foundation; Microsoft cops to deeper SolarWinds breach impact; and VMware sues its former COO.
Linux Foundation Gobbles Open19, Adds Cisco
SolarWinds Breach ‘Much Worse’ Than Feared
SolarWinds Sued Over Russian Hack
VMware Sues Nutanix CEO Rajiv Ramaswami, Alleges ‘Secret Meetings’ While COO
Weekly Wrap: AWS Blends Cisco, 12 Other SD-WAN Vendors Into VPC
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Dec. 18, 2020
Plus, AWS predicts the end to "IoT," and VMware remains high on TanzuAWS snares more than a dozen SD-WAN vendors into its VPC, predicts the demise of IoT; and VMware wants to pave the world with Tanzu.
AWS Blends Cisco, 12 Other SD-WAN Vendors Into VPC
AWS Exec Predicts IoT Namesake’s Demise
VMware’s Plan to ‘Pave the Earth With Tanzu’
Weekly Wrap: Zscaler CEO: Network Security Is Dead. Long Live SASE
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Dec. 11, 2020
Plus, Huawei continues to dominate, and Nutanix swipes a VMware executiveZscaler claims SASE has killed network security; Huawei shrugs off U.S.-led efforts; and Nutanix names a VMware COO as its new CEO.
Zscaler CEO: Network Security Is Dead. Long Live SASE
Huawei Dominates Nokia, Ericsson, Dell’Oro Says
Nutanix Steals VMware COO to Lead Company
Weekly Wrap: Fortinet, Check Point, Palo Alto Networks Top Gartner Firewall Report
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Dec. 4, 2020
Plus, Nokia is seeing an executive exodus, and the chip space is heating upFortinet, Check Point, Palo Alto top Gartner's firewall report; Nokia's re-organization is claiming executive casualties; and the silicon market continues to sizzle.
Fortinet, Check Point, Palo Alto Networks Top Gartner Firewall Report
Nokia Confirms C-Suite Exits
Nvidia, AMD Gun for Intel as Arm Lurks in the Shadows
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