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Bi-Monthly Computer Networking & IT Industry Updates (Mar. 17 – 30, ’15)

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Welcome to another edition of bi-monthly Computer Networking & IT Industry Updates. In this edition, you’ll find some interesting product releases and news from the vendors in our industry, over the last two weeks (March 17 – 30, 2015).

#1. Cisco, SAP, Siemens and Sapphire Technology to host/live-stream Internet of Things Conference: ‘IoT: Empowering the Enterprise’ is the topic. Read more…

#2. Hp Delivers Hardware-Software Integrated Private Cloud: Hp Helion Rack is the new Private Cloud solution that integrates Hp Server hardware, OpenStack and CloudFoundary technologies. More…

#3. Arista Networks and Supermicro to deliver Integrated Rack Solutions: This will feature Arista Networks Switches, EOS OS; Supermicro Servers and Storage and will be optimized for Software Defined Data Center and Cloud environments. Read more…

#4. F5 Delivers LineRate Point Load Balancer that provides an application proxy to deploy Layer 7 load balancing in virtual form factors. More…

#5. If you are in the mood for some humor, have a look at the Google Actual Cloud Platform April Fool prank 😛 from here.

#6. Avaya Delivers Contact Center as a Service: Hosted on the Google Cloud platform, This solution is targeted at mid-market companies as a subscription-based service. Read more…

#7. Raritan’s Intelligent Rack Transfer Switch now offers outlet-level metering and power switching: Power can be monitored both at outlet/inlet; power can be switched off/on from a remote location. More…

#8. Array Networks Introduces Two New Application Delivery Controller Models: APV7600 is a mid-level ADC that supports 80 Gbps throughput. APV11600 is a high-end ADC that supports 140 Gbps throughput. Both come in a 2U form factor with 10GE interfaces. Read more…

#9. Supermicro debuts NVIDIA Tesla Superservers optimized for parallel computing: More…

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