Take a Network Break! In this week’s show, Dell EMC rolls out new branch hardware to run VNFs, the Sonic switch OS gets its turn in the open networking spotlight, and Innovium announces sampling of its Teralynx programmable ASIC.
The IEEE ratifies a standard for 25Gbps over single-mode fiber, Dropbox embraces security researchers, and Micro Focus suffers a massive drop in value.
Cryptojacking roars onto the threat scene, and Orbitz reports that attackers may have breached a legacy site, exposing up to 880,000 customers.
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Dell EMC Takes on Cisco, Launches Open uCPE for SD-WAN – SDX Central
Dell EMC Takes Open Networking to the Edge for Next-Generation Access – Dell EMC
Innovium announces OCP SAI and open-source SONiC solution to accelerate TERALYNX market adoption – Innovium
Apstra Demonstrates Open Networking SONiC over Mellanox at OCP Summit – Apstra
SONiC Switch OS Gets Love From Startups Barefoot, Apstra – Packet Pushers
IEEE Publishes IEEE 802.3cc-2017 25 Gb/s Ethernet Standard for Enhanced Enterprise and Metro Network Applications over Fiber – IEEE
Protecting Security Researchers – Dropbox Tech Blog
Micro Focus -54% on CEO departure, lowered guidance – Seeking Alpha
Shares in Britain’s Micro Focus halve after sales warning and CEO departure – Reuters
HPE to Retain Key Software Assets to Deliver on the Promise of Hybrid IT – HPE
Symantec Security Report: Cryptojacking Attacks Increased 8,500% in 2017 – SDX Central
2018 Internet Security Threat Report – Symantec
Orbitz data breach exposed 880,000 payment cards – Engadget
Information About Orbitz Data Security Incident – Orbitz
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