Expert Analysis
Content tagged with Networking posted in July 2009
IBM and Juniper Tighten Bond
Commentary  |  7/22/2009  | 
IBM and Juniper extended their recent partnership so IBM will now be reselling Juniper EX 4200 and 8200 series of Ethernet switches and MX series of Ethernet routers. In addition to providing another distribution outlet for the Juniper gear, the agreement underscores changes in data center product design and the scrambling that vendor have been doing to position themselves to take advantage of that change.
Avaya Antes Up $475 Million For Nortels Networking Line
Commentary  |  7/20/2009  | 
Light is finally being seen in the dark tunnel that Nortel customers recently experienced. Avaya plans to acquire its rivals network equipment business unit and establish itself more firmly as a top provider of unified communications products to small and medium businesses. However, the fate of Nortels switch and router product lines is less clear.
Cisco Lays Off Hundreds Of Workers
News  |  7/16/2009  | 
Some 600-700 employees in Cisco's headquarters got pink slips, part of an ongoing restructuring and cost-cutting effort.
Broadsoft Builds "App Store" For VoIP Applications
Commentary  |  7/12/2009  | 
These days, application stores are all the rage for smartphone vendors ranging from Apple to Blackberry. Now Voice over IP vendor Broadsoft is trying to extend the concept to VoIP applications for your company's main communications systems.
CA Aligns With Cisco, VMware To Manage Cloud
News  |  7/7/2009  | 
VMware's vSphere 4 and Cisco's Nexus 1000V distributed virtualized switches will be getting management services from CA.
Cymphonix adds iPhone Support to Management Tool
Commentary  |  7/7/2009  | 
As small and medium businesses adopt cloud computing, the need for different network management and security products becomes clear. Cymphonix has been building a business delivering such products and recently upgraded its Cymphonix Network Composer with better reporting features and support for a wider range of end user devices.
Microsoft Offers No Response On Response Point
Commentary  |  7/2/2009  | 
If you were wondering about the future of Microsoft's Response Point small business VoIP system, you can keep wondering. The system's future has been in doubt for months, and the company declined to clear up the confusion at a meeting with Voice over IP resellers this week.


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