Unraveling AT&T’s and Verizon’s Virtualization Vendors — Who’s “in” on the big carriers’ NFV plans? We try piecing it all together.
Here are the week’s strays and stragglers we roped for you:
Intel launched a virtual reality platform called Project Alloy.
Nutanix validated its hyperconverged infrastructure software to run on Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) servers.
CA Technologies released enhancements to its comprehensive privileged access management portfolio.
Genband named Steven Bruny as chief operating officer of the company’s Network Transformation Business.
Talari Networks announced the availability of its Adaptive Private Networking (APN) 5.2 and Aware 2.2 management software.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) released shared storage options that help small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) modernize their IT.
Here are the other stories SDxCentral covered this week:
- OPNFV Forms an End User Advisory Group
- Intel Challenges Nvidia in Machine Learning
- Cisco Confirms Two of the ‘Shadow Brokers’ Firewall Exploits
- Intel Provides Packet Processing for AT&T’s Integrated Cloud
- Microsoft Azure Will Use Intel Silicon Photonics
- Ciena Adds 30 Partners to Blue Orbit
- AT&T Slams ‘Pre-Standard’ 5G Specs, Forms Group to Speed Standards
- HyTrust Updates Its CloudControl and DataControl
- Infinera Tests White Box Optical Line System for Lumentum
- No, Seriously, Nutanix is Ready to Go Public, Maybe
- Intel Helps Developers Blend Machine Learning & IoT
- Linux Foundation Picks Up a Big Data Platform
- NEC Builds an NFV Cloud Radio Access Network Product
- AT&T’s Fuetsch: ECOMP Platform Will Be a Game Changer
- IoT Looms Large Again as Intel Kicks Off Its Developer Forum
- Amazon Web Services Introduces Load Balancing for Containers
- Google’s New Fuchsia OS May (or May Not Be) For IoT
- Former EMC Veteran Vic Bhagat Joins Verizon Enterprise Group
- Nimbix Dives into Machine Learning with Jarvice Platform