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Nothing to see here, folks, literally... Citrix mysteriously pulls NetScaler downloads

Citrix has temporarily suspended its NetScaler downloads due to an unspecified, and possibly security-related, issue. In an advisory to customers on Monday, and updated on Wednesday, Citrix outlined the affected software builds and promised that downloads should be restored by Monday, September 25. One version of note, seen by …
John Leyden, 21 Sep 2017
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Citrix swats Sweet32 bug by just turning off old ciphers

Citrix has pushed back a little against the dangers posed to its users by the Sweet32 “birthday attack” against old ciphers. The attack, published in late August, is a birthday attack against 64-bit ciphers like Blowfish and Triple DES. That's prompted various vendors to get patching, but as Citrix explains in this blog post …

Citrix to unleash containerised NetScaler this month

Citrix is mere weeks away from releasing the containerised version of its NetScaler application delivery controller is revealed last December. “NetScaler CPX” was shown off at the company's Synergy conference last month, but NetScaler veep and general manager Ash Chowdappa today told The Register the software has snuck into a …
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Citrix reveals containerised version of NetScaler ADCs

Citrix has decided the time is right to containerise its NetScaler application delivery controllers. NetScaler is Citrix's effort at going beyond WAN optimisation and load balancing with products that try to deliver the performance applications need to deliver a fine users experience wherever – and on whatever networks - users …
Simon Sharwood, 16 Dec 2015
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VCE now competing with VMware

VCE, the converged infrastructure lovechild of Cisco, EMC and VMware, is starting to get into interesting competitive tangles. The company's founding proposition was that it sells stacks-in-a-box comprised entirely of kit from Cisco and EMC, plus VMware software. Cisco's since reduced itself to a silent partner in the company …
Simon Sharwood, 30 Apr 2015
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Citrix targets carriers with NetScaler

MWC 2015 Citrix is taking a leap into carrier-grade network function virtualisation (NFV) with a new release of its NetScaler platform. Let's take the numbers first: the two rack unit NetScaler MPX 25000 series is a 160 gigabit-per-second appliance. Citrix says it lets operators crank up the data plane of their SGi-LAN to 3.5 Tbps. The …

Citrix XenServer 6.1 fires live VMs from cannon across servers

Citrix Systems is still in the server virtualization hypervisor racket, although it doesn't make as much noise about it as it used to. The company has released XenServer 6.1 with a bunch of new features that make it competitive with VMware ESXi and Microsoft Hyper-V, which is good for existing Xen customers but probably will not …
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Citrix pushes the pedal on NetScaler appliance metal

Citrix Systems made a lot of noise by acquiring XenSource a few years back for a half billion bucks, but it still makes a lot of money from its NetScaler line of web application acceleration appliances. These include physical implementations (MPX), virtual ones (VPX) running inside of virtual machines, and the high-end ones for …
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Cloud fluffs Citrix numbers in Q2

Citrix Systems turned in record-breaking financials in the second quarter. Revenues at the application, server, and desktop virtualization software specialist hit $530.8m, up 15.8 per cent, and net income was $81.9m, up an impressive 72.3 per cent from the year-ago period. In the quarter, product license sales rose by 15.2 …
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Forecast calls for Citrix cloud front

Citrix Systems wants to cover your back door and your front door. The virtualization vendor is holding its Synergy 2011 shindig in San Francisco this week, and the product marketeers at the company are pulling out all of the stops to get future products with some sort of cloud angle into the barrage of announcements coming out …
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Xen sends Citrix Q4 into the clouds

Citrix Systems shelled out $500m in 2007 to acquire XenSource, the company behind the open source Xen hypervisor, and in 2010, that bet paid off bigtime. The big bet that Citrix made that summer more than three years ago was that server virtualization would trump the application virtualization that made Citrix a name in the …
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Citrix beefs up virtual computing

Citrix Systems is hosting its Synergy user conference in Berlin this week, and is using the occasion to roll out a slew of nips, tucks, and tweaks to its various Xen-derived virtualization products and GoTo services. Like everyone else in the world, it seems, Citrix is positioning itself to be the one-stop-shop for connecting …
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Citrix goes virtual with more appliances

The profit margin on a virtual appliance is a lot higher than on a physical one, and when you own your own hypervisor, as Citrix Systems does, then that's two reasons to promote the running of appliance applications inside virtual machines. And so, after some dabbling last year, when it put its NetScaler network acceleration …

Citrix ships virtual NetScaler accelerator

The NetScaler VPX virtual appliance for network application acceleration and load balancing, which Citrix Systems previewed to customers back in May is now shipping. It comes with shiny new list prices that are lower than physical NetScaler MPX appliances running the same software. According to Sunil Potti - vice president of …
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Citrix scales up NetScaler

Interop 2008 Citrix is brushing the cobwebs off its NetScaler line today and introducing a new top-end to its web acceleration appliances. That's right, it's the beginning of Interop in sunny Las Vegas. Time for sun, boozing, and plenty of gambling no sorry, we're at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center covering networking gear. Citrix here …
Austin Modine, 28 Apr 2008

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