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Bi-weekly Computer Networking/IT industry updates (19 Nov – 02 Dec, 2012)

Welcome to another bi-weekly Computer Networking/IT industry updates for the period 19th November to 02nd December, 2012. Let us look at some product announcements, news and articles published by vendors in this industry.

1. Cisco announces CCNA Data Center & CCNP Data Center courses: In tune with the increasing demand for data center management professionals, Cisco has announced its CCNA Data Center and CCNP Data Center training courses that can be availed through its training partners. Read more…

2. Cisco announces intent to acquire Cariden Technologies: Cisco has announced its intent to acquire Cariden Technologies, a privately held firm specializing in network planning, design and traffic management solutions for the fast-developing IP-based Telecommunication networks industry. Read more…

3. Dell announces DVS Enterprise for Windows Server 2012: The DVS Enterprise for Windows Server 2012 is an on-premise solution from Dell that helps customers to create end-to-end IT solution with pre-tested hardware/software components from Dell & its partners, for specific desktop virtualization configurations like 1000 Remote Desktop sessions or 600 VDI users. Read more…

4. Amazon Web Services announces the launch of Amazon Redshift: Amazon Redshift offers petabyte-scale data warehouse in the cloud, targeted at developers and businesses that require full features and capabilities of a relational data warehouse. Read more…

5. Can CIO’s make money with IT?: It seems there are IT managers and CIO’s who actually make money with IT in addition to saving money by designing the best solution/spending optimally. Read this article from CIO.com to learn more…

6. Data Center Energy Management: In this blog post, Raritran discusses how the power consumed by comatose servers can be contained through their unique power management solutions.

7. Moving towards 400 GbE standard – In this blog post, Brocade discusses about industry initiatives/efforts towards delivering a 400 GbE standard in the near future. It also answers the question of whether we can expect a TbE standard anytime soon.

8. Hp’s rugged/water-proof Access Point – In this blog post, Hp shows you how their MSM466-R access point has been exposed to waves in a beach and kept under the water in an aquarium, but still continues to work!

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