News of Note—Qualcomm settles Taiwan lawsuit, Extreme Networks' rough Q4 and more

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Mobile chipmaker Qualcomm has agreed to settle an antitrust case with Taiwanese regulators to the tune of $93 million. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> Mobile chipmaker Qualcomm has agreed to settle an antitrust case with Taiwanese regulators to the tune of  $93 million. Reuters article

> Extreme Networks' disappointing fourth-quarter results were largely pinned on poor data center bookings, according to its CEO. SDxCentral article

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> Software-defined networking and devops are ideal for developers in particular, and enterprises in general. Enterprise Networking Planet article

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