The new joint solution, provides an industrial monitoring solution for proactive maintenance that is much more scalable than what ABB had been using before, and ABB sees its ability to be sold on a consumption model as opening up new use cases.
in the first major shift for its learning portfolio in more than a quarter-century, Cisco adds software skills certifications to its line of training around networking engineering, part of what it believes will be the skill set necessary to run enterprise networks going forward.
At the 30th Cisco Live event in San Diego, the networking giant shows off the next steps for its intent-based networking strategy, adding elements around AI and ML, Internet of Things, and building automation between the different domains within the enterprise network.
Prisma is basically a ‘Branding Plus’ exercise, where the big news is the rebranding of existing products into a new suite, but the products receive some enhancements – with more to come – to make them work more smoothly together.
Extreme Networks channel chief Gordon Mackintosh discusses building partner culture at the combined Extreme, partner opportunities around Extreme Elements, and the effect of opening its training Dojo to partners in this edition of the ChannelBuzz.ca Podcast.
In addition to the SaaS acceleration, an extension of Steelhead technology that can accelerate SaaS app performance by up to 10x, the release also enhances the Riverbed SD-WAN solutions and their Digital Experience Management solution.
Extreme Networks CEO Ed Meyercorp discusses assembling the “new Extreme” culture after big purchases from Avaya, Brocade, and Zebra, plus where he sees the biggest untapped opportunities for partners in this podcast.
Extreme Networks aims to break down internal silos with the launch of its Extreme Elements approach which emphasizes the opportunity to build solutions around multiple pieces that work well together rather than a monolithic network stack.
Kicking off its Extreme Connect event in Nashville, Extreme Networks outlines its plan to drive more AI into the network in an effort to automate not just network functionality but business value from the network.
CyberX prepared an Industrial Internet of Things app for the original Palo Alto Networks Application Framework, and is now announcing availability of an app for its second generation, which should provide fruitful for Palo Alto Networks resellers.