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Bi-Monthly Computer Networking/IT Industry Updates (07 – 20 Oct. ’14)

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Welcome to bi-monthly Computer Networking/IT Industry updates. In this edition, you’ll find some interesting news and product releases by the vendors in our industry, over the last two weeks (October 07 to October 20, 2014).

#1. Hp Introduces Distributed Cloud Networking (DCN): DCN is a SDN-based network virtualization solution to simplify provisioning in large networks. More… Also, Hp has also introduced ConvergedSystem 200-HC StorVirtual appliance that integrates hardware and management of virtual systems into a scale-out system. More…

#2. Dell Introduces SuperMassive 9800 Firewall for mid-sized and large companies with up to 20 Gbps of DPI performance. Read more…

#3. Dell Launches In-Memory Appliance for Cloudera Enterprise to enable customers to gain business insights with interactive analytics. More…

#4. Dell makes available NFV Platform Starter Kits to enable proof of concept for Network Functions Virtualization. Read more…

#5. Palo Alto releases VM-Series Virtual Firewalls to protect public cloud computing sessions. It is expected to be available by the end of October with support for AWS and KVM. More…

#6. Raritan Introduces PX3 iPDU: These new intelligent Power Distribution Units provide outlet-level energy monitoring, plug and play sensors, etc. Read more…

#7. VMware introduces VMware Horizon Flex: This is VMware’s latest Desktop Virtualization solution for PCs and Macs. More…

#8. Citrix acquires RightSignature, a company providing digital signature services. Read more…

#9. Microsoft Introduces On-premises Cloud-In-A-Box Appliance: This box runs using the same software as Azure Public cloud, and is expected to make Hybrid cloud implementations seamless. The hardware seems to be manufactured by Dell. More…

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