HPE buys Athonet to bolster 5G offering
HPE wants to further expand its telecom business and to do so is acquiring Italian private mobile network provider Athonet. The company's technology will be integrated into the tech giant's Aruba wireless network portfolio.
With the acquisition of Athonet HPE adds a niche player in the field of ... Read more
Researchers break security guarantees of networking in spacecraft
A group of researchers found holes in the security of Time-Triggered Ethernet applications in spacecraft.
The Orion spacecraft and SLS rocket, which have been in development for 15 years and are anticipated to usher into a new era of space exploration, will undergo their first integrated test o... Read more
Cisco ex-CEO challenges networking vendors
After heading Cisco for 26 years, John Chambers founded a startup to compete with his former employer. Nile provides turnkey, secure and fully automated networks.
Cisco grew into a networking giant under Chambers' leadership. Now, the ex-CEO is turning his back on the company. Chambers co-found... Read more
Free entrance to the Benelux Cyber Summit in Amsterdam
More than 100 cybersecurity professionals gather in Amsterdam for the Benelux Cyber Summit on 11 and 12 October. Knowledge and networking are central to the event. Techzine readers can participate for free.
The days are filled with presentations, panels and networking opportunities. The present... Read more
Cisco focuses on integrations and as-a-service in simplification push
More integrations between different parts of Cisco's extensive portfolio in networking and security, combined with as-a-service consumption models meant to make customers' lives a lot easier.
For years, Cisco events were mainly about adding new features, products, services and often entire acqui... Read more
HPE: supply chain issues have been intensifying
HPE is closing out its 2021 fiscal year but expects that supply chain problems will persist for at least another half a year. CFO Tarek Robbiati said that HP continues to navigate ever-worsening industry-wide supply chain problems.
Robbiati said that materials are in short supply as logistics co... Read more
Cato Networks raises €172 million, strengthens SASE service
Cato Networks announces the completion of a €172 million investment round. The funding serves as a foundation for the further development of Cato Networks' sales and technology, promising a boost to the company's SASE Cloud offering.
Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) services are at the core o... Read more
Palo Alto Networks advances Zero Trust IT environment
Palo Alto Networks is releasing new features to make Zero Trust Network Security easier to implement. The company wants to guarantee secure access to applications and data.
Palo Alto Networks sees the importance of a Zero Trust architecture is increasing. This is partly due to the role of the hy... Read more
Juniper launches Paragon Automation
The company has unveiled its new cloud-native software suite for enterprise automation and resiliency testing.
This week Juniper Networks introduced its Paragon Automation offering. The new platform is a modular portfolio of cloud-native software applications. Juniper claims that it delivers clo... Read more
Products from big tech companies are vulnerable to cyberattack
RiskIQ security firm has identified critical vulnerabilities in many remote access and perimeter devices. Cybercriminals are already taking advantage of them. A recent investigation revealed that Microsoft, IBM, Citrix, and Cisco products were vulnerable.
The surge of employees working remotely ... Read more