Take a Network Break! Guest host Ethan Banks joins Greg Ferro for a rundown of the week’s most-discussable IT news. Topics covered include IP Infusion’s 6.0 release of its OcNOS network OS, the intersection of politics and supply chains, and Cisco’s breach by the Lapsus group.
Cisco Talos sees a rise in small-time cybercrime, Cisco restructures business units, Avaya struggles under serious debt, Dell’Oro says WLAN gear is backlogged into 2023, and the FCC says no to Starlink subsidies.
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IP Infusion Announces OcNOS 6 – IP Infusion
Cisco admits corporate network compromised by gang with links to Lapsus$ – The Register
Cisco Talos Intelligence Group – Comprehensive Threat Intelligence: Small-time cybercrime is about to explode — We aren’t ready – Talos
Cisco Combines Enterprise Networking and Mass Infrastructure Groups – SDxCentral
Cisco Networking And Cloud Leader Todd Nightingale To Join Fastly As CEO – CRN
Another Avaya Bankruptcy Pending? Company Launches Internal Investigations – Channel Futures
Avaya Braces for Big Changes to Avoid Chapter 11 Again – No Jitter
Wireless LAN Backlogs Pile up to 10X Normal Levels, According to Dell’Oro Group – Dell’Oro Group
FCC Rejects LTD Broadband, Starlink Bids for Broadband Subsidies – Federal Communications Commission