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AT&T built a superfast network using inexpensive, no-name computer switches, some open-source software, and software from a startup.
Facebook keeps inventing impressive data center technology and giving its designs away for free.
Facebook's network products gained steam, VMware's network products sold well, and Cisco's reputation in this critical area has begun to lag.
Things are getting testy between two key players in Facebook’s hugely important Open Compute Project
With the success of the organization, the politics within OCP networking group are starting to have some ugly moments.
Cisco's CEO says the game-changing work Facebook and others are doing with network software is 'great' but doesn't think it will 'run the internet.'
Facebook has produced yet another computer network innovation that will floor the tech industry.
LinkedIn is working on a project that should terrify Cisco and the rest of the $175 billion hardware industry
LinkedIn wants to build its entire network from scratch, and to make data center vendors work together in new ways.
Facebook’s project to take on Cisco inspires such ‘cultlike’ devotion, it once caused a whole team to quit Apple
Facebook's OCP has been radically changing the tech hardware world, such as by inspiring a startup from Apple. It just upped the ante against Cisco, too.
Google and Facebook have teamed up for a new standard for servers.
If the hardware industry was nervous about Facebook's game-changing Open Compute Project before, it should now be downright terrified now: Google has joined.