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21 Nov 2012 Joyent Names New CEO [28572]
Prepares to Release Joyent7 System Software

Henry Wasik, former head of Force10 and SVP for voice networks and applications software at Alcatel, is the new CEO of Joyent, the San Francisco based cloud infrastructure-as-a-service provider, reports Charles Babcock in Information Week. Wasik, who previously worked for startups Mostek and InteCom, holds a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and a master's degree in industrial management. Joyent plans to release its Joyent7 system software in 2013, according to CTO and founder Jason Hoffman. The updated cloud system, said Hoffman, "is for people who want to be a service provider, like us."
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03 Sep 2012 Dell: SDN Networking Won't Make Enterprise Switches into Commodity Soon [27568]
TechWorld August 31, 2012

"Software-defined networking won't turn enterprise switches into an inexpensive commodity until three to five years from now, according to Arpit Joshipura, the former Force10 Networks executive who now manages Dell's networking products.

The original promise of SDN (software-defined networking), which puts most higher-level network functions into software, was to make switches into mere forwarding engines that may be interchangeable and cost far less than they do now, said Joshipura, head of product management and marketing at Dell Networking..."
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15 Jan 2011 Force10 Newsletter [23840]
January 2011

Force10 Networks is a global technology leader that data center, service provider and enterprise customers rely on when the network is their business.

Here are the articles in the January 2011 issue of the Force10 Networks newsletter:

  • New Archived Webinar: Turbulence At The Rack Edge
  • The 2010 Cloud Networking Report
  • Leading Hosting Service Provider ReadySpace Selects Force10 Networks To Give Customers "Bulletproof" Reliability and Low Latency Performance
  • New Customer Profiles
  • Virtualization Solution Leaders VMware, Citrix, TBD Networks and Infoblox Embrace Force10 Networks’ Open Automation Framework
  • Stay up to Date with Force10 Networks Community Sites
  • A Glimpse Inside a Facebook Server Farm
  • Timing is everything ...
  • Upcoming Events

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31 Dec 2010 100 Most Popular Articles of 2010 [23804]
1036 Articles were Posted in Volumes 143 through 154

These are the 10 most popular articles that were posted in 2010:

  • Oracle's Hardware and Systems Support Policies (2010-04-07)
  • Oracle's Plans for Sun Products, Technologies (2010-02-04)
  • Choosing SPARC or Intel Processors (2010-01-22)
  • Oracle-Sun and Hitachi Data Systems End Reseller Agreement (2010-03-04)
  • Sun's Niagara 3 (2010-02-25)
  • Tutorial on IP Multipathing (IPMP) (2010-02-04)
  • In the Linux vs. Solaris Debate, Watch out for Scalability FUD (2010-02-19)
  • Sun Ray 3 Plus Client (2010-04-06)
  • Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse 11g Accelerates Java Development (2010-08-25)
  • Capitalizing on Sun Technologies (2010-05-19)

The web version of this article has the list of the 100 most popular articles posted in 2010.
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27 Oct 2010 Force10 Networks Support for Oracle VM and Oracle Linux for its Virtualization Solutions [23629]
Continued delivery of solutions based on Force10’s Open Automation Framework

Force10 Networks, Inc., a global technology leader that data center, service provider and enterprise customers rely on when the network is their business, today announced plans to build network automation solutions that support Oracle VM server for x86 virtualization software and Oracle Linux. Force10 will help ensure interoperability and complementary virtualization of network resources as they develop virtualization solutions based on their Open Automation Framework while utilizing the functionality of Oracle VM and Oracle Linux.

Force10 is developing a suite of network management and architectural tools designed to promote greater efficiency and flexibility within the data center by enabling network and infrastructure resources to be provisioned similarly to virtual machines (VM) as requirements dictate. With this type of functionality, network security and quality of service policies are automatically migrated with the VMs when logical server resources are provisioned.
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