Google and Cisco team up on cloud
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Kubernetes and Istio service mesh

Google and Cisco have teamed up on the hybrid cloud.

Cisco set to buy BroadSoft
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Will write $2 billion cheque

Networking giant Cisco is close to a deal to buy telecommunications software firm BroadSoft for $2 billion.

John Chambers exits Cisco
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19 September 2017

John Chambers exits Cisco


Longest serving big-tech CEO


Cisco Systems had announced that its Executive Chairman John Chambers would not seek re-election after his term expires in December.

Nokia launches faster network chips
Published in Processors


Kicking Juniper and Cisco right in the router

Nokia launched what it thinks are the world's fastest network chips and delivered a swift kick to the bottom line of Juniper and Cisco.

Cisco misses current quarter revenue
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Will fire more workers and not those who got it in this mess


Cisco has widely missed what industry experts were expecting for its revenue and rather than sacking senior managers who have been leading the company down the toilet, it has decided to sack 1,100 more workers.

Cisco and Oracle cheer the end of net-neutrality in the US
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If these guys want it you know it must be good


Oracle announced its support for FCC Chairman Ajit Pai's controversial plan to roll back the agency's net neutrality rules.

Cisco releases a smartboard
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$4,990 with a $199 monthly subscription for a giant tablet


Cisco is pushing a new "smart" whiteboard to the market with a $4,990 price tag and a $199 monthly subscription.

Intel’s Atom C2000s head for a meltdown
Published in Processors


Force themselves into retirement after a couple of years

Chipzilla’s Atom C2000 processor family is shipping with a fault which is going to cost Intel a boatload of cash to fix.

92 percent of workloads will be on the cloud
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Cisco predicts it will be off our desktops by 2020

Networking giant Cisco’s latest Global Cloud Index suggests that more than 92 percent of computer processing will be done in cloud centres by 2020.

French outift installs back-doors in 12 million PCs
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Cisco outs Tuto4PC

Cisco’s Talos security intelligence and research group has found a nasty piece of French software that has quietly installed backdoors on 12 million computers around the world so its owners can spam the chaîne d'oignons out of users.