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F5 Networks brings back retired exec after CEO resigns over "personal conduct"

F5 Networks, the Seattle-based application delivery networking company with an increasingly cloud-oriented focus, has announced that CEO and President Manuel Rivelo has resigned “for matters regarding personal conduct unrelated to the operations or financials of the Company.” Or as F5 spins it in its press release headline on Monday: “F5 Networks Announces Appointment of Long-Time F5 Executive John McAdam as President ... Read More »

11 best NAS drives 2015/2016 UK: What’s the best network storage?

The best NAS devices of 2015/2016. NAS reviews, network storage buying advice. Best NAS drives: Last day to order from Amazon before Christmas If you’re buying a Christmas gift and have left it until the last minute, the good news is you can get one-day delivery in time for Christmas from Amazon right up until 23 December (the exact cut-off ... Read More »

Microsoft pulls Windows 10 Mobile update after users hit snags

Microsoft has pulled an update to Windows 10 after users reported a wide variety of issues with the upgrade process, according to a post on the company’s Answers technical support forum.  The patch, which was the first cumulative update Microsoft made to its mobile operating system after launching it, has been pulled from public update channels, moderator Mike Mongeau said. ... Read More »

Here’s a look at Walmart Pay in action

This time last year, just as Apple Pay was being launched, tech enthusiasts were pouring scorn on rival payments system CurrentC, because it depends on barcodes rather than the newer NFC wireless technology picked up by Apple. The jury is still out on CurrentC — a year on, it still hasn’t launched — but on Thursday Walmart announced a payment ... Read More »

T-Mobile tempts would-be Verizon switchers with a free one-year Hulu subscription

There’s nothing T-Mobile loves more than trolling the competition with offers aimed directly at customers of specific rivals. The latest target is Verizon. T-Mobile is giving away a free, one year Hulu subscription to any Big Red customers who switch their number to T-Mobile between Friday and next Thursday, December 17. After signing up, switchers receive a text message with ... Read More »

Googles OnHub Shells aim to beautify the wireless router

Google is stressing the decorative nature of its OnHub router with a series of stylish “Shells.” For $29, users can add a two-tone pattern to the $200 OnHub from TP-Link router, either in black and silver, or in white and gold. A bamboo pattern is also coming soon for $39. These are full replacements for the router’s included blue or ... Read More »

Gotta give stealthy 128 Technology credit for cleverness on $20M funding filing

128 Technology, a stealthy software startup that “is on a mission to fix the Internet,” has quietly and cleverly filed an SEC form regarding a fresh $20M in funding on, of all days, 1/28. The Burlington, Mass., startup has also jazzed up its website since I looked at it last week while prepping to attend the Xconomy “Enterprise Tech Strikes Back” ... Read More »

Arista looks to connect clouds

Arista Networks this week expanded its data center interconnect offerings with products designed to enable the interconnection of cloud networks. Arista is adding capabilities that extend its spine networking platforms, EOS operating system software and CloudVision management system to include cloud interconnect features. These capabilities include Spine Transit, Spine Interconnect and Spine Peering. +MORE ON NETWORK WORLD:Arista adds security to ... Read More »

AVGs Chime mesh-network router comes with a side of anti-virus

Thanks to AVG, we now have a third entrant in the budding consumer mesh-network router market. AVG’s product is called Chime, and it’s currently seeking funds on Indiegogo for a September 2016 launch. Much like competing efforts from Eero and Luma, Chime’s router can coordinate with additional hotspots around the house to extend the size of its network without the ... Read More »

Silver Peak: What service providers can expect in 2016

Service providers will see themes continue to gain momentum and new technology trends emerge, according to Silver Peak chief executive, David Hughes. “For 2015, it was predicted that software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) would move quickly from initial concept to production deployments,” he said in a statement. “While that has happened, many companies are still looking to reduce the cost and complexity ... Read More »

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