Ethernet is almost 40 years old. Here’s a look at some of its product origins
Stories by Jim Duffy
Cisco this week said it would invest close to $550 million in Brazil to expand its presence in the country and spur economic growth.
Cisco this week said it plans to acquire privately held ClearAccess, a provider of service provisioning and device management software to service providers.
Arista Networks this week rolled out an Ethernet switch designed to improve the performance of latency-sensitive applications like those found in financial trading and high performance computing environments.
Despite vendor pledges to support existing or developing industry standards, users are expected to deploy single-vendor data center and cloud switching fabrics from their primary suppliers.
A favorite marketing tagline for Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise is "Change the Conversation."
Cisco is reportedly considering incubating an internal startup chartered to develop the company's software-defined networking product line.
Cisco this week said it will acquire NDS Group Ltd., a provider of video software and content security systems for service providers and media companies, for $5 billion.
The State of Indiana has launched a 100G Ethernet network for research and education.
Alcatel-Lucent this week will unveil a new Ethernet switch for enterprise campus networks that is designed to extend voice, data and video convergence to the wiring closet and access tier.
A collaboration startup is offering to buy Cisco's WebEx conferencing platform for $1 and 15% equity in the acquirer.
Extreme Networks this week is rolling out Ethernet switches and a network management application designed to address the BYOD phenomenon at enterprise campuses.
Brocade this week is looking to simplify the campus edge with two additions to its ICX switch line and plans to more easily mix and match ICX switches in and between stacks.
Is Juniper experiencing longer product delays and performance issues than the company has disclosed?
At <a href="http://www.networkworld.com/slideshow/33643">Mobile World Congress</a> this week, <a href="http://www.networkworld.com/subnets/cisco/">Cisco</a> unveiled products designed to provide cellular-like roaming among <a href="http://www.networkworld.com/topics/wi-fi.html">Wi-Fi</a> hotspots, and disclosed deployments among several <a href="http://www.networkworld.com/topics/wireless.html">wireless</a> service providers.