With the release of fiscal 2015's fourth quarter results, the final nail in the old HP's coffin has been hammered in. Although sales dropped in almost all categories, there's good news for the newly-formed HP Enterprise – and it's in the networking business.
Broadcom wants to help enterprises monitor the performance of their switches. The networking vendor has released BroadView, software designed to monitor switch performance.
Juniper Networks launched a disaggregated version of its Junos software, allowing enterprises to make use of the network software with third-party network equipment and services.
Restructuring over the last year has improved Juniper Networks' position in the networking equipment space, but research firm Technology Business Research believes that privatization could lead to further restructuring that could improve operations.
The rumor mill is running again. This time, it has to do with Juniper Networks and hearsay that the networking vendor has hired Goldman Sachs to take the company private.
Juniper Networks introduced a new network reference architecture designed to provide cloud-like performance and automation to the enterprise network. With Unite, Juniper aims to provide enterprises with simplified and secure network infrastructure products and technology, particularly enterprises that have campus environments, branch locations and make use of cloud technology.
Juniper Networks and Aerohive Networks have paired their wired and wireless technologies for simple cloud-based managed networks aimed at the enterprise, as well as education and state and local government.
Juniper Networks is expanding on the purpose of its OpenLab networking incubation laboratory with a new program that's intended to help technology partners and independent software vendors develop and test next generation network services.
HP Networking has duked it out with Juniper Networks for years for the coveted second place position in the networking market. Neither have had much of a chance of catching Cisco to take over the number one spot, but thanks to some early adoption of OpenFlow and the recent acquisition of Aruba Networks, HP is on solid ground to gain a leadership position in certain technology areas.
There's an interesting case study from Juniper Networks about how it transformed the Joe Gibbs Racing team, switching out an aging networking and communications infrastructure for one based on the Juniper Networks MetaFabric architecture.