In January 2017 in the Intel Atom C2000 Series spec revision Intel published information about a flaw “System May Experience Inability to Boot or May Cease Operation”. The official errata says the B0 stepping of C2xxx Atoms are vulnerable to failure,
By Andree Toonk, BGPmon | August 13th, 2014 Like others, you may have noticed some instability and general sluggishness on the Internet today. In this post we’ll take a closer look at what happened, including some of the BGP details!
By Stephen Lawson, IDG News Service | August 13th, 2014 The Internet of Things is becoming real, but complexity may be holding it back. The Internet of Things is still too hard. Even some of its biggest backers say so.
By Stephen Lawson, IDG News Service | August 5th, 2014 Many packages are vying to take the popular kit’s place, and security threats still abound, report says. Exploit kits of cybercrime tools fell into a big slump in the first
By Lucian Constantin, TechWorld | August 4th, 2014 The vulnerability affects the OSPF routing protocol implementation on Cisco networking equipment. Cisco Systems said attackers could disrupt or intercept traffic in many of its networking products unless a new security update
By Jim Duffy, Network World | July 29th, 2014 APIC slated to ship later this week; new switches, bundles here too. Cisco this week announced it will soon ship its Application Centric Infrastructure controller and rolled out other extensions across
By Matt Hamblen, Computerworld | July 22nd, 2014 Cisco sees its effort to bring small cell devices to businesses leading to explosive growth of the technology. Small cell technology products today are used to fill in gaps where traditional cellular
By Jim Duffy, Network World | July 21st, 2014 APIC Enterprise Module being banged on by DevNet community as it lingers in betas, field trials. Cisco is adding its APIC Enterprise Module, an enterprise controller for its programmable Application Centric
By Jim Duffy, Network World | July 18th, 2014 Companies extend data center integration work with 3 year GTM agreement. Cisco this week expanded its data center arrangement with Microsoft with a multiyear sales and go-to-market effort for integrated products.
By Jim Duffy, Network World | July 8th, 2014 25 Gigabit Ethernet Consortium formed with Arista, Brocade and Mellanox for faster development of lower cost/gigabit data center links. Cisco is considering joining a handful of companies, including Google and Microsoft,
By Colin Neagle, Network World | July 7th, 2014 Cisco, Intel, and Qualcomm play a significant role in the growth of the Internet of Things startup world. Internet of Things startups have had little trouble finding seed money lately, with
By Anthony Sequeira, Network World | July 7th, 2014 This post describes the new courses and exams that make up the 2014 version of the CCNP Security Certification from Cisco Systems. Cisco has given us a big makeover for one
By Jim Duffy, Network World | June 17th, 2014 Tail-f acquisition will give it entry into Domain 2.0 project, boost SDN/NFV cloud orchestration capabilities. Cisco this week announced its intent to acquire privately held Tail-f Systems, a developer of multivendor
By Ellen Messmer, NetworkWorld | March 12th, 2013 Cisco CRS router customers can now embed Arbor Peakflow SP Threat Management System. Cisco has begun streamlining distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack defense by offering Arbor Networks technology on its carrier class routers.
Jun 16, 2011 11:42 am | Network World by Jim Duffy In its second attempt to debase arguments that a multivendor network is more beneficial to users than a single-vendor infrastructure, Cisco this week hosted a webcast of two customers