Networking

Cisco Canada emphasizes progress, passion and possibilities at Cisco Connect event in Toronto

Cisco Canada President Rola Dagher recounted Cisco Canada’s trumps over the last year, which saw Canada named as Cisco’s top theatre for growth, while also highlighting the initiative Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins launched the previous day in conjunction with Deloitte and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.

Ottawa’s Martello Technologies adds new capabilities with acquisition of Savision

From a product perspective, Savision’s IT Operation solution that integrates and controls monitoring, cloud, and service management tools data in a single pane of glass will enable Martello’s UC/SD-WAN offering to have this same seamless capability. From a business point of view, it doubles Martello’s sales and marketing resources, strengthens their channel, and turns their European presence from minor into a real strength.

HPE unveils new SMB hybrid cloud solutions around new ProLiant Gen 10 ML30 and DL20 servers

The new solutions include the last two HPE ProLiant servers to be refreshed with Gen 10 technology, as well as software developed in collaboration with Microsoft, which includes new HPE Rapid Setup Software that HPE says will slash partner install times by up to 70 per cent.

Kaseya CEO Voccola explains importance and uniqueness of Rapidfire Tools acquisition

The acquisition immensely strengthens Kaseya’s compliance offerings, and they immediately announced a new compliance solution from the RapidFire technology, which was sufficiently important that they delayed announcement of the acquisition for two months, until the new product was ready.

Coaxing telecom resellers to move beyond hardware still mission – and challenge – for ADTRAN

The nature of the MSP business means ADTRAN has had more success there with their ProCloud Subscription Services, and the company is aggressively recruiting there for new partners. ADTRAN is also about to introduce a new service, which they say even most MSPs are not yet selling.

Dell EMC builds PowerEdge bridge to next-gen workloads with modular PowerEdge MX architecture

Dell EMC will launch their new modular PowerEdge MX platform September 12, promising to remake data centre architecture with technology that will support both traditional and next-gen applications within a composable computing framework that pays much more attention to memory than earlier iterations of that technology.