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Bi-Weekly Computer Networking/IT Industry Updates (6-19 Aug ’13)

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Welcome to yet another edition of bi-weekly Computer Networking/IT industry updates. In this post, let us look at some interesting news, product releases and articles published by the vendors in our industry during the period: Aug 6 – Aug 19, 2013. Here we go –

#1. Cisco announces cloud-managed 802.11ac Wi-Fi Access Point: The Cisco Meraki MR34 is a 100% cloud-managed 802.11ac wireless access point which comes with a third radio for security scanning, among other features. Read more…

#2. Hp introduces new Thin Client solutions for demanding applications: Hp has introduced its latest range of Thin Client solution – Hp t820 Flexible Series Thin Client. Read more…

#3. Fortinet introduces new Application Delivery Controller (ADC) and Cloud-based Global Server Load Balancing (GSLB) Solutions: As a result of Fortinet’s recent acquisitions of Coyote Point Systems & XDN, Fortinet has released, 1. FortiADC-300E, a mid-range Application Delivery Controller & ii. FortiDirector, cloud-based GSLB service for medium/large enterprises, ASPs & SaaS service providers. Read more…

#4. 2013 Magic Quadrant for UTM has been released by analyst firm Gartner: Have a look at the 2013 Magic Quadrant for Unified Threat Management (Courtesy: Check Point Software Technologies).

#5. Huawei launches Wireless Access Controller AC6005: Huawei has launched two new Wi-Fi controller models  that can support up to 125 access points. Read more…

#6. Oracle introduces Oracle Virtual Compute appliance: To enable rapid software-defined infrastructure deployment for x86 applications and workloads, Oracle has introduced the Virtual Compute appliance. Read more…

#7. Polycom introduces RealPresence Video DualManager 400: To manage mid-sized video network of 100 to 400 devices and distribute up to 150 concurrent calls, Polycom has introduced this new solution. Read more…

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