IDC published a promo piece about their research into videoconferencing market. From a market segment perspective: Multi-codec telepresence equipment revenue ($23.9 million) was down 44.4% quarter over quarter, but increased 27.4% year over year in 1Q16. Unit shipments were down 47.1% quarter over quarter, but increased 48.8% year over year. Room-based videoconferencing system revenue ($359.6 […]
This article has opened my eyes to a future where a single fibre cable can have multiple cores. The future of Ethernet is yet to be determined as the IEEE community fights over whose technology patents will be used so that revenue from FRAND licensing can justify their own positions. So while we wait for […]
The limited about of public information available on Broadcom products is frustrating and annoying.
Federation means that nothing can change in networking. Right ?
Following through on Ivans blog post to show that 1000 VMs per rack is conservative.
I’m standing on my office chair screaming, fist pumping and yelling YES YES YES
A new font for writing code. Free and open.
Nerd knobs are treating the symptom but not the cause of bad networking.
Ubuntu announces a version for devices, Penguin Computing uses it for network operating systems
This video from Ken Duda at Arista is, perhaps, the best explanation of Arista’s success with customers. As an engineer, I found this talk inspirational. No bonuses for hitting ship dates. This avoids “good enough” code getting shipped. Sure there are money problems associated with this but Arista believes quality is better. You write the […]