As Promised, Nokia Begins the Layoff Process – 1,200 jobs in Finland will be the first to go.
Brocade’s $1.2B Ruckus Wireless Deal Could Have a 5G Angle – Brocade says the acquisition will strengthen its presence in the service provider space and help it pursue opportunities in 5G.
And here are the week’s strays and stragglers we roped for you:
Equinix announced the Equinix Data Hub, consisting of preconfigured colocation and power combined with cloud-integrated data storage, to enable enterprises to develop large data repositories and dispense, consume and process the data at the edge.
Veriflow, a network breach and outage prevention software company, launched with $2.9 million in funding from New Enterprise Associates (NEA), the National Science Foundation and the Department of Defense.
Google folks can now say they wrote the book on data center reliability, literally. Site Reliability Engineering: How Google Runs Production Systems was published this week by O’Reilly, revealing details about (wait for it) how Google runs its production systems.
Here are the other stories SDxCentral covered this week:
- Nokia Networks: Operators Vary in SDN Deployment Speed
- Puppet Adds a COO & Shortens Its Name
- Rackspace Provides OpenStack Private Clouds in Any Data Center
- Mobile Edge Computing Company Raises $14.6M
- Ericsson Buys Data Center Management Company NodePrime
- Affirmed’s Software Eliminates Manual Service Recipes
- Dell Adds VCE to Its Hyperconverged Infrastructure Plans