Networking giant Cisco has unveiled a single processor architecture to be used both for network routing and swithcing equipment, claiming that it would be able to handle data better than existing chips.
Aruba has released a new enterprise core and aggregation switch and an operating system, ArubaOS-CX, designed to meet mobile, cloud and IoT requirements.
Cisco Australia and New Zealand CTO, Kevin Bloch, gives a must-see presentation on 2015 technology trends, with a Q&A session from journalists at the end.
Nah mate, not needed. NBN Co has it all under control. ;=)
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