Networking startup Viptela has raised $33 million from Sequoia Capital, according to a report from AllThingsD. The goals of the young company stand out in a market filled with startups and heavyweights.
With the launch of Cisco’s software-defined networking startup Insieme expected tomorrow, our industry is about to hear a lot about “application-centric” everything. So what does “application-centric infrastructure” mean?
Networking startup Pertino thinks there’s a hunger in the market for cloud-based networking services — but not just its own.
VMware and Cisco Systems are partners, not competitors. At least that’s the line both companies kept pushing at last week’s VMworld conference.
Intel favors networking that separates hardware from the software.
VMware drops a boat load of cloud news on an already busy day, including that it will launch its own public cloud contender to challenge Amazon and Rackspace.
Just weeks after we reported a shift in strategy at VMware, the virtualization giant has announced its intent to acquire Virsto Software, a provider of storage performance optimization software.
Network virtualization startup Big Switch takes $6.5 million from Intel Capital.
Cisco is plunking down $475 million to buy Intucell, an Israeli startup that specializes in self-optimizing network software
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