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Hardware

Comcast announces test of a prototype 10G modem for home broadband use

Comcast announced the successful test of a prototype 10G modem using the core technology that will deliver multigigabit speeds to tens of millions of homes. In a lab test, a Full Duplex DOCSIS 4.0 system-on-chip (SoC) cable modem built by Broadcom delivered upload and download speeds faster than 4 gigabits per second (Gbps) powered by 10G network technology. This announcement is the latest in a series of 10G milestones from Comcast. In October 2021, the … More

Appointments

Karen Buffo joins Anomali as CMO

Anomali announced that cybersecurity industry veteran Karen Buffo has been appointed to the position of Chief Marketing Officer (CMO). Buffo brings more than two decades of experience from global public enterprise and security companies to lead Anomali’s marketing strategy during a period of rapid expansion, as demand for Anomali cyber defense solutions skyrockets across the globe. “Karen is an admired and respected marketing leader with a rich career focused on building and expanding business for … More

Acquisitions

Broadcom acquires AppNeta to provide IT teams with end-to-end visibility into network performance

Broadcom announced its intent to acquire privately held AppNeta Inc. headquartered in Boston, MA. AppNeta is a SaaS-based network performance monitoring solution for the distributed enterprise, providing IT teams with precise, end-to-end visibility into network performance from the end user’s point of view, independent of what network they use to access applications. Enterprises have rapidly turned to SaaS adoption, Cloud migration, and other Internet-first strategies in order to meet ever-evolving business demands. These technological shifts … More

Appointments

IoT Inspector appoints Jan C. Wendenburg as CEO

IoT Inspector announced the appointment of a new CEO: Jan C. Wendenburg has taken over the reins of the company, which specializes in the security testing of IoT device firmware, as of October. Florian Lukavsky, founder of IoT Inspector, takes over as CTO and will focus on the technical development of the powerful IoT security platform. In recent weeks, IoT Inspector has identified numerous security vulnerabilities at well-known chip manufacturers such as Realtek or Broadcom … More

Extreme Networks AP4000 platform delivers Wi-Fi 6E technology for high-density environments

Extreme Networks announced a new Wi-Fi 6E access point: the Extreme AP4000 universal wireless platform, capable of operating in the 6 GHz frequency spectrum. Designed for high-density environments such as schools, warehouses, and healthcare facilities, the AP4000 features functionality and intelligence, delivering the highest level of client services without compromising security. Extreme’s lead customers, including large healthcare providers, are rolling out Wi-Fi 6E technology in environments that demand high performance and reliable wireless connectivity to … More

UfiSpace releases S9600 series open aggregation routers for broadband and mobile operator networks

UfiSpace launched its S9600 series open aggregation routers based on Broadcom‘s Qumran2c silicon. Their open aggregation routers include three models of varying port configurations and features to aggregate different generations of access technologies, traffic types, and meet the stringent timing accuracy of 5G fronthaul and backhaul. “With our previous open disaggregated solutions for the cell site, core and edge networks, service providers were able to foster innovation, reduce vendor lock-in and obtain better TCO synergies … More

RtBrick adds new open hardware support to increase broadband performance

RtBrick’s pioneering IP/MPLS routing software has been validated on the latest generation of open hardware platforms, which run on a new chipset from Broadcom, known as Q2C. These high-performance bare-metal-switches take telcos into a new era of choice and scale for both their networking hardware and their software. Switches based on the new Q2C chipset have deep buffering capabilities, making them ideal for delivering complex IP services at high scale at the edge of a … More

NIST selects Ivanti on Implementing A Zero Trust Architecture project

Ivanti announced that it has been selected by the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s (NIST’s) National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) to participate as a collaborator in the Implementing A Zero Trust Architecture project. The goal of the project is to build zero trust security architectures to help organizations mitigate cybersecurity risk. President Biden recently signed an Executive Order, making zero trust a top priority for modernizing U.S. federal government cybersecurity and requiring federal … More

Edgecore Networks releases aggregation router to address 5G deployment challenges

Edgecore Networks released a new open router product family. The AS7926-40XKFB 100G Aggregation Router solution enables carriers to upgrade their network infrastructure to address the challenges of 5G deployment and the tremendous traffic growth from the network edge to the core. With the introduction of 5G mobile networks, carrier and cloud service providers are upgrading their network infrastructure to address the significant growth in bandwidth consumption driven by innovative new services and increased users. The … More

Juniper Networks Apstra 4.0 enhances the experience of users and operators in the data center

Juniper Networks announced version 4.0 of Apstra software, the intent-based networking solution acquired earlier in the year. Juniper Apstra helps organizations to minimize the time and costs associated with deploying and managing traditionally complex data center networks. The new software version builds on the unique multivendor capabilities of the Apstra solution to support VMware NSX-T 3.0 and Enterprise SONiC, in addition to previously supported data center switching from Juniper, Nvidia (Nvidia Cumulus), Arista Networks and … More

Samsung launches PM1653, a 24G SAS SSD to handle AI and big data in enterprise servers

Samsung announced its launch of the 24G SAS (SAS-4) SSD ― the PM1653. Based on the latest SAS interface, the new drive can support twice the speed of the previous 12G SAS-3 generation. The PM1653 is also the industry’s first 24G SAS SSD made with sixth-generation (1xx-layer) V-NAND chips, enabling storage capacities from 800GB to 30.72TB for advanced enterprise server systems. “As the leading provider of SAS storage for a decade, Samsung has been offering … More

server

Europe data center market to grow steadily by 2026

The data center market in Europe is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 4% during the period 2021-2026, according to ResearchAndMarkets. The market is expected to grow due to the growing procurement of renewable energy sources. Over 25 European cloud and data center operators, including AWS, Google, Equinix, Interxion, OVH Cloud, Scaleway, Aruba, and 17 other industry associations have signed an agreement to make their facilities carbon neutral via 100% renewable energy sources … More