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  • Prashant Gandhi, the head of project management for Cisco's (CSCO) software-defined networking (SDN) efforts, has left to join SDN startup Big Switch, which in March unveiled an open standards-based SDN solution declared an alternative to Cisco and VMware/Nicira's more proprietary offerings. Gandhi helped develop Cisco's ONE SDN controller. Tom Black, another key member of Cisco's SDN team, left last October for startup Arista. Meanwhile, leveraging the Contrail Systems acquisition, Juniper (JNPR) today unveiled an SDN controller that the company promises won't require major hardware changes; will this affect flexibility? [View news story]
    I am a simple man that invests based on information from financial resources and the urgings of a few financial "experts" that profess to understand the arena. I bought into Cisco heavily because of Jim Cramer and am going to take a bath. Cramer was buying the stock and about 4 to 6 weeks ago, stopped, and has now reversed field. Tough sledding for a guy that listened.
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