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  1. Exclusive: Westcon Deepens North American Security Portfolio With New Gigamon AllianceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 10 | CRN

    Distributor Westcon-Comstor is expanding its relationship with Gigamon, the developer of network visibility and traffic monitoring technology, adding the Gigamon platform to its product line card in North America for the first time and giving solution providers an opportunity to boost their security sales. The platform is built to work with security products from vendors including Cisco, Palo Alto Networks, ForeScout, FireEye, Check Point Software Technologies and Blue Coat , allowing service providers to more clearly monitor and manage network traffic and help them to make real-time strategic decisions that save both time and money.

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  2. Dell EMC President: New Partner Program Will Leverage Dell's Economics, EMC's Engagement ModelRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 1 | CRN

    Dell EMC President Marius Haas said the company's new partner program will draw inspiration from Dell's economic incentives and EMC's hard deck model for partner engagement. The new partner program will take effect Feb. 1 and place tremendous emphasis on driving activity across multiple lines of business and providing solutions across all of the data center, Haas said Wednesday at Ingram Micro ONE.

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  3. Arista Networks Stock Soars As Product Import Ban From Cisco Suit Is LiftedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 21 | CRN

    Shares of Arista Networks closed at an all-time high on Monday as an import ban on its products was lifted as part of the company's ongoing patent infringement battle with networking rival Cisco. The temporary ban, which included Arista's EOS networking operating system, was imposed on Aug. 22 after the International Trade Commission ruled that Arista networking switches infringed on three of the five patents cited in a lawsuit filed by Cisco in December, 2014 .

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  4. Palo Alto Networks CEO Says Security Remains A Priority For Customers ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 21 | CRN

    Palo Alto Networks said it still continues to notch competitive wins, even as the company's sales came in less than expected due to what it said was a slowing sales cycle for security spending. Sales for the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company rose in the first quarter, but were "not as robust as expected," CEO Mark McLaughlin said on the earnings call Monday.

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  5. Arista Networks Stock Soars As Product Import Ban From Cisco Suit Is LiftedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 21 | CRN

    Shares of Arista Networks closed at an all-time high on Monday as an import ban on its products was lifted as part of the company's ongoing patent infringement battle with networking rival Cisco. The temporary ban, which included Arista's EOS networking operating system, was imposed on Aug. 22 after the International Trade Commission ruled that Arista networking switches infringed on three of the five patents cited in a lawsuit filed by Cisco in December, 2014 .

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  6. Intel Dives Into Artificial Intelligence With New Nervana Platform, Product RoadmapRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 17 | CRN

    Intel has made its official foray into artificial intelligence, on Thursday launching the Nervana platform, which includes comprehensive solutions and a roadmap of future products. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich said in a blog post that the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company is making major investments in artificial intelligence through using data analytics, machine learning and deep learning to develop machine intelligence applications.

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  7. Intel Dives Into Artificial Intelligence With New Nervana Platform, Product RoadmapRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 17 | CRN

    Intel has made its official foray into artificial intelligence, on Thursday launching the Nervana platform, which includes comprehensive solutions and a roadmap of future products. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich said in a blog post that the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company is making major investments in artificial intelligence through using data analytics, machine learning and deep learning to develop machine intelligence applications.

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  8. Exclusive: Westcon Deepens North American Security Portfolio With New Gigamon AllianceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 10 | CRN

    Distributor Westcon-Comstor is expanding its relationship with Gigamon, the developer of network visibility and traffic monitoring technology, adding the Gigamon platform to its product line card in North America and giving solution providers an opportunity to boost their security sales. The platform is built to work with security products from vendors including Cisco, Palo Alto Networks, ForeScout, FireEye, Check Point Software Technologies and Blue Coat , allowing service providers to more clearly monitor and manage network traffic and help them to make real-time strategic decisions that save both time and money.

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  9. CenturyLink Calls Partners 'Essential' In Driving Cloud Growth,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2016 | CRN

    Telecom giant CenturyLink has made its official exit from the data center market, but partners are not alarmed. In fact, solution providers selling colocation and cloud-based services believe that, as carriers offloading their physical data center assets to an operator more familiar with this business, support for data center and colocation services could improve.

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  10. Intel To Buy VR Specialist VOKE As It Pushes 'Merged Reality' VisionRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2016 | CRN

    Intel announced it will acquire virtual reality camera maker VOKE, which the chip company said will boost its virtual reality portfolio. Santa Clara, Calif.-based VOKE, founded in 2004, touts its TrueVR platform, which features proprietary paired lens and a stereoscopic capture system to enable customers to watch sports games with realistic proportions and depth.

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  11. Avaya's Channel Chief Talks New Partner Program And Need To Shed Thousands Of Dormant PartnersRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 1, 2016 | CRN

    Avaya is looking to "start fresh" with the launch of a new partner program, Avaya Edge, focusing on greater incentives and better channel enablement as it sheds thousands of dormant partners. Since the Santa Clara, Calif.-based unified communication specialist hired Steve Biondi as its channel leader one year ago , Avaya's channel recourses have shifted dramatically to reward solution providers who bet more of their business on Avaya.

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  12. BoB Conference Exclusive: Palo Alto Networks' Mark McLaughlin On The...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 25, 2016 | CRN

    Security issues are top of mind everywhere from small businesses to enterprises, both in terms of major headline-grabbing attacks like last week's DDoS attack on Dyn, a key junction of the internet, to the multitude of smaller attacks that may never make the press. The security industry's response ranges from point solutions to security platforms with a wide range of capabilities, but a successful security solution still requires vendors, partners and customers to work together.

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  13. BoB Conference Exclusive: Palo Alto Networks' Mark McLaughlin On The...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 25, 2016 | CRN

    Security issues are top of mind everywhere from small businesses to enterprises, both in terms of major headline-grabbing attacks like last week's DDoS attack on Dyn, a key junction of the internet, to the multitude of smaller attacks that may never make the press. The security industry's response ranges from point solutions to security platforms with a wide range of capabilities, but a successful security solution still requires vendors, partners, and customers to work together.

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  14. 10 Revelations For Partners During Intel's Q3 Earnings CallRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 19, 2016 | CRN

    Intel posted solid third-quarter earnings on Tuesday evening, buoyed by stronger-than-expected PC demand, and growth in cloud, networking and the Internet of Things segments. The company posted earnings of 69 cents a share on sales of $15.78 billion, about 9 percent higher than the same quarter a year ago.

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  15. Intel CEO Bullish On Data Center, IoT Despite Weak Fourth Quarter OutlookRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 18, 2016 | CRN

    Intel alarmed investors on Tuesday when it lowered its Data Center forecast for the year to be in the "high single digits" growth range - down from its previous forecast of double digit growth. The forecast, which was lowered in part because of weak enterprise sales within the Data Center group, raised red flags among investors, as Intel shares dipped 3.7 percent in after-hour trading.

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  16. Earnings Preview: Partners Say Intel Is 'On The Right Track' In Focus On Cloud, Connected DevicesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 18, 2016 | CRN

    Intel partners say the company's focus on cloud services and the Internet of Things positions it for growth, ahead of the Santa Clara, California-based company's earnings call on Tuesday. . "As the industry moves in this direction, Intel not only makes sure the product portfolio is available but also provides information, guidance and strategic support to channel resellers which is why they continue to show strong support of Intel technologies.

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  17. Watch Out Cisco, Check Point: Juniper Launches Slew Of Security ProductsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 4, 2016 | CRN

    Juniper Networks is taking security down to the switch level with the launch of several new solutions including firewalls and a policy enforcer to help its channel go after more market share. "Juniper is showing here they are serious about security," said Mark Miller, principal partner at M&S Technologies, a Dallas-based top Juniper partner .

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  18. Watch Out Cisco, Check Point: Juniper Launches Slew Of Security ProductsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 4, 2016 | CRN

    Juniper Networks is taking security down to the switch level with the launch of several new solutions including firewalls and a policy enforcer to help its channel go after more market share. "Juniper is showing here they are serious about security," said Mark Miller, principal partner at M&S Technologies, a Dallas-based top Juniper partner .

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  19. Disruptor: Silver Peak Seeing Channel Surge With SD-WAN Partner ProgramRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 26, 2016 | CRN

    The massive 90 percent compound annual growth rate in the emerging software-defined WAN market is making channel partners rethink their networking go-to-market strategies and who they should partner with. On the front end of this software defined-WAN shift toward lower MPLS costs and simplified virtual networks is Santa Clara, Calif.-based Silver Peak, which is reaping the benefits of a SD-WAN channel partner program it launched a year ago .

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  20. Exclusive: Intel VP Tichelman Talks Internet Of Things, SSDs, And ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 15, 2016 | CRN

    The Santa Clara, Calif.-based company has been moving away from its roots in PC semiconductors to prioritize end-to-end connected solutions like intelligent gateways and embedded chips. In the midst of the company's restructuring, Intel's engaged partners - partners at the Gold and Platinum levels - grew by 15 percent in the first half of 2016, according to Maurits Tichelman, who oversees channel sales and marketing at Intel.

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