The China-based firm held a commanding lead in global sales over rivals Ericsson, Nokia, and Cisco. Combined, those four vendors controlled 86 percent of the market.
The new group advances Vapor IO’s Kinetic Edge architecture, which uses software-defined interconnection and high-speed networking to combine multiple micro-data centers into a single, virtual facility.
Watson applications can now be run as microservices orchestrated by Kubernetes across rival cloud ecosystems like like AWS, Azure, and GCP.
The acquisition advances Symantec’s strategy of buying born-in-the-cloud security startups and folding their technologies into its platform to unify cloud and on-premises security.
The carrier said that its initial 5G service is currently providing select customers with network speeds up to 400 Mb/s. It has also seen speeds as high as 1.5 Gb/s in field testing using a “test device.”
The company’s customers include Nutanix, Raytheon, and Tavant. It has raised almost $30 million to date.
The vendor’s TruScale Infrastructure Services lets companies rent its data center severs and software stacks and only pay for what they use.
Ahead of MWC, Nokia launched four vertically-focused IoT packages to serve the agriculture, livestock management, logistics, and asset management markets.
The new products include a pair of routers that expand Juniper’s Metro Fabric line and a new edge line card offering a three-fold increase in card and system capacity using its Penta chip.
The Paris-France based startup offers a software platform that tests the behavior of a company’s user-facing web applications.
The two vendors are jointly developing a hardware management platform for service providers that combines Ericsson SDI Manager software and Intel Rack Scale Design architecture and software.
Orange claims the largest enterprise SD-WAN deployment in the world rolling out more than 1,500 sites with its Flexible SD-WAN service.
The flaw basically allows an infected container to gain control of the overarching host container and allow an attacker to execute any command.
IHS Markit says hyperconverged infrastructure will grow from only 122,000 units shipped last year to more than 1 million units shipped by 2022.
The new security tool it built analyzes data across 150 sources. It then uses machine learning to predict the likelihood a vulnerability will be exploited in the next 28 days.