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Wireshark – Building RPMs a different way since 2.6.4

The Wireshark team are changing the way they support the toolsets to build the program. There are alerts at the end of the ./configure step that indicates configure: Builds using Autotools might be removed in the future. So it was no surprise that when building Wireshark 2.6.4 that the make rpm-package failed with the following…

Marvell completes acquisition of Cavium

In a post last year, we covered how Marvell has designs on Cavium. The deal has now been completed, with Marvell announcing yesterday (6 July 2018) the deal’s completion. “The next wave of semiconductor growth will be fueled by advancements in the data economy. Applications such as AI, 5G, Cloud, automotive, and edge computing all…

1310nm.net announces First Customer Contract Start

Press Release: Royal Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire, UK. 2nd July 2018 Thirteen-ten nanometre networks Ltd (1310nm.net) are pleased to announce that today marks the start of delivery for their first customer contract. They will be working with a leading SD-WAN company to deliver contract consultancy services to cover the deployment of their solution. The solution will…

Microsoft acquires GitHub for $7.5bn

Microsoft has splashed out again. They have just acquired open-source source code management and sharing platform GitHub for $7.5bn. GitHub has a community of 28 million developers and hosts 85 million repositories of code. GitHub is used to host some of the most significant open-source projects, including Ansible, Kubernetes and many others. Microsoft’s last major purchase was…

CoherentLight blog writer founds thirteen-ten nanometre networks Ltd

Press Release: Royal Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire, UK. 1st June 2018 The writer of the CoherentLight blog, John S. Dixon, has founded a company to provide access to high-quality relevant knowledge on SDN and SD-WAN environments. Today sees the start of trading by thirteen-ten nanometre networks Ltd, based in Royal Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire, United Kingdom. Modern…

Telefonica expands Nuage solution with SDN for data centers

Spain‘s Telefonica Espana has selected Nokia‘s Nuage Networks to provide the SDN infrastructure for datacenter modernisation programme. This adds to the current SD-WAN deployment they made in 2017. (Nokia’s Nuage Networks SD-WAN selected to transform Telefónica business service) The deployment will use a spine and leaf architecture, as with most modern datacenter deployments. The design deploys…