From Farms to Homes: AT&T Tests Drones Industrial IoT Apps — Who runs air traffic control for drones?
AT&T Unveils Network Functions on Demand in 76 Countries — And Verizon launches a similar NFV-based service.
Here are the week’s strays and stragglers we roped for you:
Pica8’s PicOS network operating system has been added to Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s (HPE’s) app store and validated in the company’s SDN ecosystem.
NoviFlow deployed Ixia’s IxNetwork to validate the company’s designs and accelerate the delivery of its products.
Symantec announced the release the next version of Symantec Control Compliance Suite, the enterprise-class IT governance, risk, and compliance system.
Red Hat announced the general availability of Ansible Tower 3, the third version of its enterprise-grade automation platform.
DataServ, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider of document and process automation solutions, is expanding its leadership team with the addition of Shane Freeman as the director of marketing and product management and Julie King as a client success account manager.
Here are the other stories SDxCentral covered this week:
- ONOS & Friends Build an Open Source Leaf-Spine Fabric
- Verizon Puts NFV Into Enterprises’ Hands
- Google Cloud’s Machine Learning APIs Hit Beta
- F5 CEO to Retire (Again) as New ADCs Emerge
- Intel Forecasts a Rebound Driven by Data Centers & IoT
- AT&T & Orange Align on Standardizing SDN and NFV
- Siemplify Helps Set Up Security Playbooks
- Microsoft Azure Revenues Double in Q4
- Etisalat to Use Affirmed Networks’ vEPC for IoT and WiFi Calling
- Security Startup GuardiCore Raises $20M
- Ericsson Will Slash Jobs and Cut R&D Amid Weak Sales
- NFV Market Worth Over $15B by 2020, says IHS
- IBM Claims Cloud Progress in Q2
- VMware’s ‘Rock Stars’ in Q2 Were NSX & VSAN
- 18 Tech Firms join White House in 5G Research
- SoftBank Offers $32B for ARM as Megamerger Season Continues