De-Risking NFV via Systems Integration or NFV One-Stop-Shops — Because of its complexity, NFV has put service providers between a rock and a hard place.
New Ericsson CEO Has Big Job Ahead — The company needs to embrace open source and analytics to thrive.
New Arista Programmable Switches Use Cavium XPliant Chips — Arista (and Brocade) built its latest switches around upstart Cavium rather than Broadcom.
Here are the week’s strays and stragglers we roped for you:
Qualcomm launched the Centriq 2400 series of server microprocessors. The 48-core devices are based on the ARMv8 architecture and appear to be the first server chips based on a 10nm manufacturing process.
Here are the other stories SDxCentral covered this week:
- ZEPL Scores $4.1M to Increase Analytics Platfrom Adoption
- Dell Reports Q3, Its First Quarter With EMC in the House
- It’s Not Just Arista — Brocade Is Using Cavium’s XPliant Too
- Ciena’s Stock Rises on Q1 2017 Guidance & Order Backlog
- BT Teams With Huawei on 5G Research
- Ericsson Says Company Restructuring is Ahead of Schedule
- Vasona Rolls Out New Mobile Traffic Management Capabilities
- Sonatype Adds Container Inspection to Its LifeCycle Software
- Dell EMC Puts Dell’s Stamp on VxRack
- Aryaka Brings the WAN to SD-WAN
- SecureWorks’ Revenue Climbed in Q3, But Stock Takes a Hit
- Docker Acquires Infinit to Support Stateful Apps
- China Mobile Says FTTH Could Use Some NFV
- Kenna Security Raises $15M Series B
- Verizon CEO Says 5G Pre-Commercial Trials Likely in 1Q
- Nokia Publishes a Templating System to Manage VNFs
- Deal is Sealed: Equinix Pays $3.6B for 24 Verizon Data Centers
- SimpliVity Pairs Its Software With Huawei Servers
- Datrium Raises $55M to Challenge Storage Arrays & Nutanix
- HPE Adds Natural Language Question Answering to IDOL
- Big Switch Rolls Out BigSecure Architecture
- AT&T Gives Friendly Customer a Spin on 5G Trial Network
- Google’s DeepMind Open-Sources an AI Training Platform
- Huawei Seeks More Information Technology Talent in Europe
- HPE Intros a Micro Datacenter on Wheels
- Folks, Let’s Not Forget About the Original Use of SDN, Says Nokia