Microsoft's quarterly profit and revenue sailed past expectations Thursday, as CEO Satya Nadella's push to embrace cloud computing and diversify into mobile devices helped lift sales by 25 percent. Revenue from cloud services, including software delivered over the Internet, more than doubled last quarter at a time when some of Microsoft's better-known segments are slowing.
Juniper Networks Inc. on Thursday reported a better-than-expected third quarter and announced...
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Pursuant to a round of layoffs announced in August, Cisco is reorganizing, reportedly removing a layer of executives, mostly product managers who were each responsible for specific product families within the company’s switching and routing business.
Sandvine announced it had received approximately $7 million in orders from two Tier 1 cable operators in North America. Sandvine declined to name the cable operators, but said one was from an existing customer while the other was a “competitive displacement" of a standalone vendor.
Product Showcase: VeEX CEO Cyrille Morelle discusses the company's latest products, including the new RXT-1200 CWDM OTDR, the new 24x8 Cable Modem option for the CX380S-D3, testers designed for core networks up to 100 Gbps, as well as the new VeSion cloud-based, one system platform.
Compass-EOS has announced a new networking element aimed at breaking down the functions of a classic router and pulling out the forwarding element to stand on its own. The basic idea is to enable the move toward SDN by removing services and applications from the router.
Two members of an international hacking ring that gained access to a U.S. Army computer network while targeting computer giant Microsoft and several video game developers pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges Tuesday. David Pokora, 22, of Mississauga, Ontario, and Sanadodeh Nesheiwat, 28, of Washington, New Jersey, each pleaded guilty to a single count of conspiracy to commit computer fraud and copyright infringement.
Live From The Show: VeEX CEO Cyrille Morelle on how VeEX is adding vision to the network, from forward return, Internet technologies, and now optical. It costs money to dispatch a technician, so you want to send them to the right place -- that's what vision gets you, he explained.
Live From The Show: All Systems Broadband CEO Jason Skeoch on drivers for his company's product development, including the increasing use of fiber connectivity among business customers. One issue, Skeoch explains, is helping businesses build on the assets they already have in place.
Ericsson said the acquistion of Apcera's PaaS will allow it to deliver complete cloud automation to run all workloads and use cases, while providing complete control for infrastructure. The company hopes to extend the same approach into operator and enterprise clouds.
The TX300S integrates a set of physical layer optical test tools, including a full featured OTDR, a power meter, a light source and a visual fault locator. Fiber inspection probes provide end face analysis according to IEC standards ensuring connectors will not be a potential source of problems or system outage.
AT&T Network on Demandenables business customers to order, add, or change business services on their own in near real time. The services available will include Internet access, VPNs, and Ethernet. AT&T will offer the service commercially in Austin by the end of this year.
An optical components and commercial lasers company will be based on JDSU’s current Communications and Commercial Optical Productss segment. JDSU's optical security business (OSP) will focus on network and service enablement, taking advantage of the transition to software-defined networks.
SmarDTV will introduce a CI+ 1.3 module that is compliant with the latest generation of the Conax Contego and Conax Conformity testing. In addition to content protection coverage, the combination will enable features such as Operator profile supporting channel list customization, SmarDTV said.
As plans are made for the transition to CCAP and DOCSIS 3.1, questions and concerns about how these new technologies will fit into existing financial, architectural, and operational paradigms need to be addressed. With Jorge Salinger (Comcast), David Claussen (Charter), Carol Ansley (Arris).
Ciena Corp. on Thursday reported profit of $16.2 million in its fiscal third quarter. The Hanover, Maryland-based company said it had profit of 15 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted for amortization costs and stock option expense, came to 32 cents per share. The results beat Wall Street expectations.
Offices in the building will have access to the entire RCN Business suite of services, including high-speed Internet, dedicated internet access (DIA), hosted voice, PRI/SIP trunks, video (HDTV) and Ethernet E-Line and E-LAN. RCN has MEF 2.0 certification for its Ethernet services.
Network trends have expanded the scale and complexity of the network beyond what legacy monitoring solutions can handle. Exfo's new platform is based on a distributed polling system the company said is able to monitor millions of network elements in real time.
Active Broadband Networks announced Software-Defined Broadband Network Gateway (SD-BNG). The platform consists of a software-based switching element optimized for broadband service orchestration and delivery, combined with an edge service controller.
Telstra is buying optical transport equipment and services from Ericsson, combined with Ciena packet-optical platforms. Telstra’s near term goal is to increase network capacity, but it is also planning to migrate to SDN and network functions virtualization (NFV).
Thanks to a surge in spending by Internet content providers in North America, optical spending surged an estimated $40 million in the second quarter of this year. According to a recent report by Infonetics Research, Internet content providers, such as Google, helped generate a wave of spending that benefited Adva, BTI and Infinera.
Cisco said Wednesday that it will lay off up to 6,000 workers, or 8 percent of its workforce, as part of a restructuring. The company, which makes routers, switches and software, said the layoffs will affect workers in operations around the world.
Cable operators are transitioning to a 10 Gigabit Ethernet networking infrastructure. However, the complexity of this new environment creates a challenge for operators trying to quickly and cost-effectively reduce, locate, and eliminate transport stream errors.
CenturyLink plans to leapfrog some of its competitors by going straight to symmetrical broadband speeds up to 1 Gbps in 16 markets. The carrier has also been reported to be negotiating with some of the cities, including Portland, Ore., for video franchises.
Averna is developing a new version of its DOCSIS 3.1 Protocol Analyzer Early, and has conscripted CableLabs to join its early adopter program to help the company develop the product. The analyzer is used for functional DOCSIS and EuroDOCSIS network analysis, providing visibility into all layers of the network.
According to a recent report, the Layer 2-3 Ethernet Switch market is projected to approach $25 billon by 2018. The report by Dell’Oro Group said a 10 Gigabit Ethernet peak is anticipated before 2018 and then 100 Gigabit Ethernet was expected to become mainstream.
CenturyLink has signed a multi-megawatt data center deal with CoinTerra to host CoinTerra's rapidly growing Bitcoin-mining operations in CenturyLink’s data centers. Austin-based CoinTerra designs, produces and operates hardware and software that power the Bitcoin blockchain ecosystem.
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