Martello will develop a solution for the BlackBerry QNX smart car environment that ensures network performance management will work well in the challenging environment of an automobile travelling at speed.
Lenovo is the last major infrastructure vendor to join the roster of Cumulus partners. They will offer three ThinkSystem RackSwitch models with support for Cumulus Linux out of the gate, with more coming in 2019.
Kemp makes enhancements that leverage the load balancer’s position to provide much deeper analytics about applications, including the ability to assess application health and pre-emptively remediate problems.
Lynn Tinney takes the SVP of Channels role at OPAQ, as the company transitions its all-channel model to focus on service providers and MSPs, who they think get the best value from the platform and services they offer.
By integrating much of its security stack into its ISR routers and introducing application-specific boosts for Office 365, Cisco is hoping to remove the need for customers to make tradeoffs between security and performance in the rapidly-growing SD-WAN market.
Until now, Teridion has sold an Internet acceleration service to SaaS providers, and sold it mainly direct, but now they are launching a Cloud-based WAN service that will go entirely through partners, and has created a new channel program to support them.
A new VxRail integration with Dell EMC Smart Fabric Services provides VxRail with automated networking configuration, while VxBlock gets major awareness, automation and analytics upgrades to its software.
DH2i has adapted the technology from their core Smart Availabiilty offering for container management to solving a problem experienced by their customers. They are demonstrating it this week at the PASS Summit 2018 in Seattle.
While SolarWinds’ IPO brought them less cash than planned, the company says that this was a minor part of going public again, and that SolarWinds is on track to execute its planned strategy going forward.