Paul Stewart of PacketU comments:
Earlier today, Cisco Announced their intent to acquire Tail-f Systems for $175 million dollars. Tail-f systems owns two products focusing on Network Device Configuration. The first product is known as NCS, or Network Control System. This product is a comprehensive platform to holistically manage a network and supports a wide range devices. The second product is known as ConfD and is used as the on-device user interface for many OEM vendors.
Paul has a great analysis of Networking Field Day 7 presenter Tail-f and the recent announcement of their acquisition by Cisco. Read on for his predictions.
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