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372 bytes added ,  18:14, 3 November 2016 - ''The device, dubbed Voyager, features four ports, each capable of sending 200 gigabits of data per second over fiber. Voyager’s open-source, “white box” design would allow customers to load their own networking software on the device, setting it apart from competing products from companies like Cisco, which come pre-bundled with proprietary management software.' ''For companies that rely on Windows or Linux computer servers running in their own data centers, the Server Migration Service, announced last week, will theoretically make it easier to move them to AWS servers. This move comes just weeks after AWS and VMware announced a way for VMware, a big rival, to run its data center software on—you guessed it—AWS servers.''
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