Here are the top stories SDxCentral wrangled this week related to SDN, NFV, 5G, IoT, cloud, and more:
10 IoT Platforms Changing How Companies Do Business — When it comes to picking an IoT platform, it’s like the Wild West.
Cisco Creates a Universal Software Licensing Agreement Across Products — The new agreement operates as a sales tool that incentivizes customers to buy “bundles” of software products.
The Tables Have Turned: Ericsson Picks Verizon for SD-WAN — Ericsson played a role in helping Verizon set up its managed SD-WAN service.
Here are the week’s strays and stragglers we roped for you:
Toyota said the infotainment system of its revamped Camry sedan will run on a Linux-based, open-source technology platform.
Happiest Minds Technologies acquired OSSCube, a U.S.-based digital transformation company.
Ocado Technology released Kubermesh, an open source software package designed to simplify data center architectures for smart factories.
Lancom Systems expanded its VPN portfolio with a software-based router for operation in virtualized server environments.
Here are the other stories SDxCentral covered this week:
- HPE Shares Drop on Double-Digit Server Revenue Declines
- Portnox Updates Security Platform to Include Subscription Plan Management
- Pulse Secure Snaps Up Brocade’s vADC Assets
- Businesses Rethinking Security Software Strategy, Gartner Says
- CoreOS Brings Kubernetes-as-a-Service to Enterprise
- Routing Startup 128 Technology Raises $21.5M in Series C
- ThousandEyes Extends IPv6 Monitoring Capabilities
- SD-WAN Deployments to Increase, MPLS Not Going Anywhere, Report Says
- HPE, GE Join LinkedIn’s Open19 Open Source Data Center Project
- Cisco Remote PHY Moves Cable Networks Closer to Virtualization
- Ericsson Veteran Ekudden Promoted to Group CTO
- Virtuozzo Updates Hyperconverged Infrastructure Software Stack
- AT&T Exec Says Containers Are Key to Network Architecture