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The Network World Data Center news feed is updated most days, generally with less than five new stories. Some days there are no new stories. Frequently mixed with other network news feeds.

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Extreme facing challenges, girds for future networking battles

Published on 16th July, 2018, 11:00 AM

Extreme Networks is contending for greater influence from the data center to the network edge but it’s got some obstacles to overcome.

Extreme is still grappling with how to best integrate, use and effectively sell the technologies it has acquired from Avaya and Brocade in the past year as well as incorporate and develop its own products to do battle in the cloud, mobile and edge computing environments of the future.  Remember too that Extreme bought wireless player Zebra Technologies in 2016 for $55 million.

In terms of results that Wall Street watches Extreme Networks grew revenue 76% to $262 million, in its recent fiscal third quarter.  According to Extreme those gains were fueled mostly by growth from its acquisitions and around an 8% growth in its own products. 

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Extreme faces challenges, girds for future networking battles

Published on 16th July, 2018, 11:00 AM

Extreme Networks is contending for greater influence from the data center to the network edge, but it has some obstacles to overcome.

The company is still grappling with how to best integrate, use and effectively sell the technologies it has acquired from Avaya and Brocade in the past year, as well as incorporate and develop its own products to do battle in the cloud, mobile and edge computing environments of the future. Remember, too, that Extreme bought wireless player Zebra Technologies in 2016 for $55 million.

In terms of results that Wall Street watches, Extreme Networks grew revenue 76% to $262 million in its recent fiscal third quarter. According to Extreme, those gains were fueled mostly by growth from its acquisitions and around an 8% growth in its own products. 

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Two studies show the data center is thriving instead of dying

Published on 13th July, 2018, 3:52 PM

Once again research is showing that rumors of the demise of the data center are greatly exaggerated. One study shows across-the-board growth in IT spending, while a second predicts that the financial services sector is really set to explode.

Market research firm IHS Markit surveyed IT managers at 151 North American organizations and found that most of them expect to at least double the amount of physical servers in their data centers by 2019.

“We are seeing a continuation of the enterprise DC growth phase signaled by last year’s respondents and confirmed by respondents to this study. Enterprises are transforming their on-premises DC to a cloud architecture, making the enterprise DC a first-class citizen as enterprises build their multi-clouds,” wrote Clifford Grossner, senior research director in the cloud and data center research practice at IHS Markit.

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