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MWC: the Software roundup

NetScout: Herzog-backing software sees Communities of things Although not entirely software (in a strict sense), we’re including NetScout here in our MWC roundup – the business behind the ‘Lo and Behold’ documentary from Werner Herzog that you might have caught on a late-night Netflix binge. In more commercial activities, NetScout is best known for its network and server performance and health monitoring software offerings. At MWC, we spoke to John English, who explained that NetScout has been embracing the IoT, pointing to its recent acquisition of Arbor Networks – a DDoS and threat protection firm that is seeing a rise in IoT-related attack traffic. With NetScout itself moving into big data and analytics, core components of IoT applications and platforms,…

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