Here are the top stories SDxCentral wrangled this week related to SDN, NFV, 5G, IoT, cloud, and more:
HPE No Longer Offers a Native Telco SDN Product — HPE sales staff will offer alternative options to OpenSDN.
Ericsson’s 1Q Revenue Plummets 11%, Company Faces More Cuts — The cost reduction program is not turning things around quickly enough.
Making the Big Bucks — Tracking the Salaries of Top Tech CEOs — How much did Chuck Robbins, Meg Whitman, and Randall Stephenson make in 2016?
Here are the week’s strays and stragglers we roped for you:
Hedvig is expanding its CloudScale Partner Program where partners will now have the option to develop and sell their own branded solutions powered by Hedvig software.
Here are the other stories SDxCentral covered this week:
- Nokia’s Turnaround Plan Takes Shape as Q1 Losses Narrow
- Open Source MANO Supports Public and Hybrid Cloud Deployments
- Free Range Routing Was a Fork of the Quagga Project
- Citrix Reports First Earnings Without GoTo in the Picture
- IBM Plans Eight New Cloud Data Centers by End of Q2
- AT&T Brews In-House SD-WAN with VeloCloud’s Help
- Juniper CEO Says Cloud is the Biggest Trend Driving Company Strategy
- Cloudify Updates Multicloud Management Software
- AT&T Kicks Off 5G Marketing Wars With ‘5G Evolution’
- Priority-Aware Hyperconverged Infrastructure ‘Turbocharges’ App Management
- Virtual Switches Promise Simpler Software-Defined Data Centers
- Mystery Company Outbids AT&T for Straight Path
- Twistlock Closes $17M Funding Round for Container Security
- Cisco Jasper Takes its IoT Expertise to the Enterprise
- IT Improvements Mean Higher Profits, CEOs Say
- New Linux Open Source Group Focuses on IoT and Edge Computing
- Microsoft IoT Central Brings Cloud Expertise to IoT
- Mirantis Cloud Platform Combines OpenStack and Kubernetes Container Management
- HPE Joins 5G Lab Germany to Study IoT for Motor Vehicles
- Cloud Native Computing Foundation Addresses Container Networking Standards
- OpenStack Distances Itself from Intel-Rackspace Bad Press
- AT&T’s 5G Test Sites Cater to Different Types of Users