Sprint is getting ready to roll with its intelligent Wi-Fi network that will launch in conjunction with Kansas City, Mo.'s new street car.
Juniper Networks has issued a lower-than-expected first quarter revenue forecast of $1.09 billion to $1.1 billion due to U.S. and EMEA service providers delaying orders and slower demand from enterprise customers, replacing its previous guidance of $1.15 to $1.19 billion.
While it's clear that enterprises see value in cloud-based services, concerns over QoS guarantees and security remain top of mind. A new IHS study revealed that the majority of businesses they surveyed will put some applications in the cloud while keeping other mission critical pieces on their own premises.
The data center market continued to be a source of growth for a number of the major Ethernet switch vendors in 2015 as Arista, Huawei and Juniper saw sales grow 41 percent, 125 percent and 15 percent respectively.
The worldwide market for small cells enjoyed 44 percent year-over-year growth in 2015, according to IHS. But it's still tiny compared to the global 2G/3G radio access network (RAN) market.
IHS Technology said small cell rollouts increased worldwide during 2015 but noted that the small cell equipment market remains tiny compared to the global 2G/3G radio access network (RAN) market.
Cisco completed its $1.4 billion acquisition of Jasper Technologies, bringing the fast-growing smaller company into Cisco's new Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud Business unit.
Cisco, the No. 2 cable network vendor, has announced a major restructuring to its engineering unit under CEO Chuck Robbins.
Eighteen-year Cisco veteran Kelly Ahuja will leave the company as it once again restructures under CEO Chuck Robbins, another longtime employee who took the helm last summer. The company said it will reorganize is engineering division into four teams to address four areas it deems critical: Networking, Cloud Services and Platforms, Security, and Applications and IoT.
Cisco is reorganizing its engineering division into four new teams to match areas the company sees as most critical, marking the latest move CEO Chuck Robbins has taken in his short tenure to rework the vendor's structure.