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Cisco tops Q1 expectations, forecasts Q2 revenue decline, says enterprise demand weaker
For the current quarter, Cisco expects revenue to decline between 3% to 5% decline from the year-ago period.
Public cloud providers' network performance wildly varies
Which public cloud really is the fastest for you? There are many variables, but your network connectivity is a major one, and there are major differences between providers.
Google Cloud rolls out platform for network visibility and management
Google's Network Intelligence Center aims to offer comprehensive network monitoring across public clouds and on-premise data centers.
Intel warning: Critical flaw in BMC firmware affects a ton of server products
If your organization uses an Intel server, make sure its baseboard management controller firmware is updated now.
Elon Musk's internet from space: 60 new SpaceX satellites bring US service closer
SpaceX's Falcon 9 launch on Monday carried another 60 Starlink internet satellites to low Earth orbit.
Nokia and Sendai test drone use cases for tsunamis
The testers attempted to use a drone to lead people out of safety in a simulated tsunami situation.
ACMA to use s313 to block illegal offshore gambling sites
If you have funds with those sites, withdraw them, the regulator warns.
SK Telecom to end 2G services
South Korea's largest carrier will end 2G services to better utilise spectrum resources.
Business walks fine line between communicating with consumers and annoying them
A Twilio survey highlights how email is a preferred channel of consumers for brand communication with text in the mix. Businesses shouldn't overdo it though.
Cisco: All these routers have the same embedded crypto keys, so update firmware
Cisco removes static encryption keys that were shared across its small-business routers.
Optus is the new ACCC NBN speed report king
However the ACCC has an interesting take on networking protocol headers not constituting network traffic.
Huawei coping fine with US trade ban, but urges need for open collaboration
Chinese vendor has yet to see significant impact from the trade conflict and expects to ship between 240 million and 250 million smartphones this year, but still supports globalisation and long-term collaboration with US suppliers, says its founder Ren Zhengfei.
StarHub mobile business revenue drops 11% from lowering demand
But its cybersecurity revenue has more than doubled compared to last year.
M2 formally warned by ACMA after shifting customer without consent
Ten other telcos, including Exetel and Red Broadband, have been directed by ACMA to submit compliance statements.
Cisco, Microsoft expand networking partnership
The companies plan to develop new capabilities that will enable IT to connect branch offices to Microsoft Azure Virtual WAN directly, using Cisco SD-WAN hosted in Azure.
Render taking Australian fibre know-how to the States
Optimising workflows and removing paper has allowed Render to speed up municipal fibre deployments in the US.
Dell Technologies adds VxRail hyperconverged systems for analytics workloads
The VxRail line also gets services to automate multi-cluster deployments and the Analytical Consulting Engine.
Arista Networks has one cloud customer hiccup and Q4 outlook trips
Arista Network cuts its fourth quarter outlook dramatically due to one large hyperscale cloud customer. Cloud vendors are starting to optimize the way they scale.
ACCC keeps prices flat for legacy non-NBN fixed line services
Prices for legacy wholesale ADSL, unconditioned local loop service, and fixed originating and terminating access services to remain unchanged until June 2024.
NBN restructure sees fixed wireless and satellite moved into new business unit
The new regional and remote business unit to control all aspects of NBN on those technology types.
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