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Mobile malware threats on the rise, find two reports

The number of mobile malware threats is on the rise and cybercriminals are finding more ways to infect mobile devices, according to two studies by security firms released last week.

Juniper Networks: Mobile malware threats explode 614% year-over-year

Mobile malware threats surged 614 percent between March 2012 and March 2013 to eclipse 275,000 total malicious apps, according to a new Juniper Networks report.

Sonus, Juniper team to provide SDN capabilities for enterprise video

Sonus Networks and Juniper Networks are teaming to develop software defined networking (SDN) capabilities that enable service providers to deliver improved enterprise video and unified communications services.

Juniper Network unveils JunosV Contrail Controller for SDN

LAS VEGAS–Juniper Networks this week unveiled its JunosV Contrail Controller, an open standards-based controller for software defined networking (SDN), as part of its JunosV Contrail family of products.

Juniper Networks expects continued weak enterprise demand for networking gear

Despite healthy profits, Juniper Networks is projecting continued weakness in enterprise spending on networking equipment, the company said in its first-quarter earnings release.

BYOD spurs resurgence in network access control market, says Ogren

BYOD is spurring a resurgence in the network access control market.

Enterprises should beware of 'SDN-washing,' warns Gartner analyst

Enterprises should beware of "SDN-washing," in which a vendor "relabels legacy approaches with the latest buzzwords," advised Joe Skorupa, vice president and distinguished analyst at Gartner.

Data center traffic explosion to benefit networking firms, says Zacks

Data center traffic is exploding and networking firms like Cisco, Juniper Networks, F5 Networks and Alcatel-Lucent are expected to benefit, according to Zacks Equity Research.

Juniper Networks plays SDN catch-up with other network vendors

Juniper Networks on Thursday unveiled a software-defined networking (SDN) roadmap and launched a number of SDN-based software and services, including its virtualized Mobile Control Gateway (vMCG) designed to enable mobile operators to handle the increase in traffic generated by the explosion of smartphone use.

Ericsson to acquire Devoteam as part of industry shift from making gear to providing services

As evidence of the market shift of network equipment providers from gear to services, Sweden's Ericsson has agreed to acquire Devoteam Telecom & Media operations in France.