News of Note—Linux Foundation, Zayo, Neutral Path and more

News of note

> Security vendors recently unveiled 33 cybersecurity products, including updates for machine learning, cloud security and threat intelligence, as well as announcements about new cybersecurity platforms at Black Hat 2017. CRN article

> The Linux Foundation announced that 19 new organizations have joined the Foundation as Silver members. Release

> Zayo entered into an agreement with Peak 10 to provide Peak 10 customers with its CloudLink services. Release

> Neutral Path has extended its network reach over to Chicago, lighting services to the iconic data center at 350 E. Cermak to its portfolio. Release

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