5G Trials and Tribulations: A Guide to Global 5G Operator Tests — Many operators are conducting technology trials in hope that the results will contribute to the 5G standard.
AWS Offers Its Artificial Intelligence Expertise to Developers — Andy Jassy, AWS CEO, introduced three new AI and machine learning services to help developers create apps based on images, text, and audio.
Comcast Becomes the First Cable Company to Join ONOS & CORD — This marks the first entrance of a cable company in these open source projects.
Here are the week’s strays and stragglers we roped for you:
The Broadband Forum announced the first steps have been taken to form a service-provider committee to study how connectivity and virtualization are bought and sold by service providers worldwide.
Here are the other stories SDxCentral covered this week:
- Containers & Serverless Functions Have Their Day on AWS
- Juniper to Acquire Cloud Operations Startup AppFormix
- Trend Micro Offers Deep Security Service on AWS Marketplace
- ADVA Optical Networking Jumps into the SD-WAN Fray
- InfoVista Preps Planning Software for 5G and IoT
- HPE Amps Up IoT Offering, Expands Nokia Partnership
- HPE Selling OpenStack & CloudFoundry Assets to SUSE
- Headcount: The Latest in Hirings, Firings And Retirings for November 2016
- AWS Is Installing a New Trans-Pacific Cable
- Intel Recruits an ARM Exec to Run IoT
- Nutanix’s First-Ever Earnings Report Bears No Surprises
- ABI Research Names Top Vendors for Virtual Evolved Packet Core
- HPE Discover Spotlights ‘The Machine,’ Synergy & Azure
- FireEye’s Helix Platform Automates Security
- Non-Cellular Low-Power Networks Will Dominate IoT Connections, Report says
- A10 Makes a ‘Cloud-Native’ Application Delivery Controller
- Kontena Goes ‘1.0’ With Its Kubernetes Alternative for Containers
- Huawei Wants to Reinvent the Air Interface With CloudAir
- A Shipping Company CIO Oversees a Migration to the AWS Cloud
- AWS Picks MXNet as Its Favored Deep Learning Framework
- Riverbed & Verizon Team Up to Deliver an AWS Bundle
- Ericsson Offers its NFVi Platform in Modular Components
- WiFi Competitors Attack as Ruckus Waits in Limbo