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Getting the company’s engineers adept at working with millimeter wave spectrum and knowing how to work with municipalities on cell sites is Verizon’s “secret sauce.”
The use of containers provides an abstraction layer to support AI behind the firewall. This latest announcement builds on IBM's continued support for Kubernetes.
Riverbed rebrands itself and launches new platform; GTT expands into Canada; resin.io adds multicontainer support.
It sits above domain controllers from packet and transport vendors.
The companies claim the PoC was the first to show two-way control.
IBM partnered with Cloudflare to offer cloud-based security services.
It harks back to the age-old preference for one controller over another.
The open source efforts will operate as Project Tortuga.
The new version will help users identify performance issues more quickly.
HPE, a mutual partner, played matchmaker.
The bare metal support provides for greater performance compared with cloud deployments.
Kentik also allows the provider to optimize its network performance and find new revenue streams.
HCI can reduce costs and complexity at remote offices.
The deal combines Mesosphere's automated compute service with Portworx's automated storage platform.