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Cisco communications lead moves over to LinkedIn

Melissa Selcher, the company's vice president and chief communications officer, has left to take on the role of vice president of corporate communications at LinkedIn.

Former Cisco exec leads funding round for IoT-focused Azeti Networks

Azeti Networks, which provides remote asset management software for Internet of Things applications, has scored an additional $4 million in funding thanks to Wim Elfrink, Cisco's former executive vice president of emerging solutions and chief globalization officer.

Spotlight: Cisco patches DoS vulnerabilities in WLAN, ASA and SRTP

Denial of service vulnerabilities discovered in Cisco's WLAN Controller software, Adaptive Security Appliance and in the Secure Real-Time Library used in several of its products have been fixed.

Former F5 CEO takes top job at AppViewX

The new role came only four months after the mysterious departure from F5, which was followed by former F5 CEO John McAdam taking the reins back. It's still unknown what caused Rivelo to leave F5, and executives at the company are remaining tight-lipped.

Hyperconvergence market expected to grow 50% annually through to 2020

Hyperconvergence accounts for only seven percent of the converged infrastructure space right now, but research firm Technology Business Research expects it to grow to 32 percent by 2020.

Spotlight: Cisco invested in SpringPath prior to partnership announcement

A Cisco vice president confirmed at a partner meeting in Rome that the networking giant did indeed invest in hyperconvergence vendor SpringPath prior to the announcement of their partnership in January.

ITC to review patent infringement ruling in Cisco/Arista case

Cisco's recent wins with the International Trade Commission in its ongoing battle against Arista Networks over patent infringement may not be slam dunk the larger company was hoping for.

SimpliVity CEO not worried as Cisco competes in hyperconvergence with HyperFlex

The match between hyperconvergence player SimpliVity and networking giant Cisco may not have been made in heaven, but it did open the doors to a lot of customers.

Cisco FirePower software gets update to lock down exploit bug

Cisco has dealt with a bug in its FirePower System Software that, according to a security advisory, "could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to bypass malware detection mechanisms on an affected system."

Juniper's completes BTI Systems acquisition

Juniper Networks put the wheels in motion to acquire BTI Systems back in January, and now the company has completed the purchase.