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  • Extreme Networks CEO touts open SDN strategy, robust wireless as key assets in changing net market

    It's been about 15 months since Extreme Networks completed the acquisition of Enterasys Networks, a move that bolstered not only Extreme's financial heft, but widened its switching line and beefed up its wireless LAN capabilities. Extreme CEO Charles Berger gave IDG US Media Chief Content Officer John Gallant an update on the progress of integrating Enterasys's technology and discussed how software-defined networking is reshaping the industry. He also discussed how Extreme's work on in-venue wireless with NFL teams and others will benefit all customers.

  • EXCLUSIVE: HP - an evolutionary journey

    When HP first announced it was retrenching more than 25,000 staff worldwide and the depth of its financial problems, Nermin Bajric spoke exclusively to the HP PPS South Pacific vice-president, Robert Mesaros. Now, six months later, he and Mesaros met again to discuss what has happened at HP since.

  • HP is ready to get back to business

    After a crazy year for HP that included a failed tablet, a hasty decision to abandon the PC business (a decision now abandoned), and a CEO shakeup, the company seems eager to get back to business as usual.

  • Vendor Awards: Hardware - HP

    The ARN Awards Hardware Vendor of the Year gong has been won for the fourth straight year by HP. The company's ability to maintain a stable hold as the premiere hardware vendor is a spectacular result.

  • Chambers: Networking's changing competitive landscape

    In the second instalment of an in-depth interview, John Chambers talks with John Gallant, Scot Finnie, and Editor-in-Chief Eric Knorr about the changing competitive landscape, Cisco’s datacentre strategy and its relationship with HP.

  • HP's Hat Trick

    Like a formula one driver at the top of his game, HP has shown remarkable consistency as the company negotiated the bends, curves and hairpins of the market over the past year.

  • HP puts the networking pedal to the metal

    By John Dix | 10 September, 2009 15:00

    Marius Haas is senior vice president and general manager of HP's ProCurve Networking business, which was recently aligned with the company's server, storage and services businesses under HP's Technology Solutions Group, creating an approximately $45 billion unit. Haas, who previously served as senior vice president of strategy and corporate development, is charged with shifting the network business into overdrive. Network World Editor in Chief John Dix caught up with Haas to talk about the market and his plans.

  • Heading up HP’s IPG

    The printing space has always been tough, but with the economic crisis biting margins and revenues, the channel has been up against it like never before. HP imaging and printing group vice-president, Richard Bailey, took on his position just as the doom and gloom started to hit six months ago. He talks to TREVOR CLARKE about his fi rst half year in the job.

  • HP, Paul Robson: Two in a row

    This time last year HP was the toast of the hardware vendor town. In 2007, it had become the world’s leading PC vendor and was rewarded for its channel consistency with the ARN Hardware Vendor of the Year award.