HPE and Juniper reach an agreement: 12.8 billion euro acquisition
HPE has confirmed an agreement to acquire Juniper Networks. For one Juniper share, HPE will pay $40 (about €36.60). The total acquisition price comes to about 12.8 billion euros.
It already leaked on Tuesday that HPE was in advanced talks about acquiring Juniper. Now that the parties have reac... Read more
HPE is about to acquire Juniper Networks for $13 billion
HPE is said to be in advanced talks about acquiring Juniper Networks. HPE will pay about $13 billion (€11.9 billion) for the networking company. The companies are likely to announce the deal this week.
This is according to the Wall Street Journal. According to the Wall Street Journal's source,... Read more
‘Microsoft makes another offer to change EU cloud practices’
Microsoft is trying to appease its rivals and thereby avoid an antitrust probe by the European Commission.
Reuters reports that Microsoft has offered to change its cloud computing practices to settle antitrust complaints filed by smaller rivals. The move is an attempt by the company to avoid a t... Read more
Rivals demand Microsoft does more on antitrust issues
The US tech giant's EU competitors are not happy with the remedies proposed so far.
This week Reuters reported that the companies who filed antitrust complaints against Microsoft in the EU are rejecting the US tech giant's initial offer to resolve the issues.
German software provider Nextclo... Read more
HPE projects revenue that beats analyst estimates
The CEO says that the surprising increase is due to corporate culture and team commitment.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise this week announced its financial results for the fourth fiscal quarter and full year, which ended October 31, 2022.
Bloomberg News reported that projected revenue for the cu... Read more
Critical vulnerabilities in large number of Aruba and Avaya switches
Armis researchers discovered five critical vulnerabilities in widely used switches from Aruba and Avaya. More than ten product series contain vulnerable implementations of the Transport Layer Security protocol. Some of the vulnerabilities allow attackers to take over switches without any authorizat... Read more
Aruba launches NetConductor, combination of VXLAN and NAC
Aruba introduces NetConductor. The solution allows Local Area Networks (LAN) to be scaled with configurations of choice, without ever interrupting the network.
NetConductor creates VXLANs (Virtual Extensible Local Area Networks). The virtual LAN is largely identical to the physical network, and ... Read more
HPE expands GreenLake with NaaS, data and HPC options
HPE added new services to GreenLake. New capabilities include backup & recovery, HPC and Network as a Service (NaaS) from subsidiary Aruba.
HPE continues to expand its GreenLake portfolio with as-a-service solutions. With the arrival of GreenLake for Aruba Networking, HPE now offers Network-... Read more
‘NaaS is gaining popularity, but struggling to take off’
According to a recent study by Aruba, both the demand and challenges of Network-as-a-Service are on the rise.
In a recent study, Aruba concludes that companies are busy adapting their IT infrastructure and network environments for the future. Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) is an increasingly popula... Read more
Aruba and Pensando develop data center switch CX 10000
Aruba and startup Pensando have developed a new switch for data centers. The Aruba CX 10000 Series uses a distributed services fabric to deliver network, security and layer 4 to 7 functionality anywhere in the network.
Today's data center traffic runs through complicated infrastructure and netwo... Read more