Here are the top stories SDxCentral wrangled this week related to SDN, NFV, 5G, IoT, cloud, and more:
Cisco Ericsson Partnership Will Miss $1B Revenue Target for 2018 — Earlier this year, Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins said Cisco was giving Ericsson “space” to work on some of the company’s issues.
Ericsson Executive Suite Spits Out Two, Welcomes One — The announcements come amidst struggling operations, another quarter of losses, and fierce market competition.
Marvell in Talks to Buy Cavium, Creating $14B Chipmaker, Report Says — Marvell ships more than 1 billion chips a year for a variety of markets.
Here are the week’s strays and stragglers we roped for you:
Red Hat released an update of its OpenStack Platform, which introduces containerized services and improves security.
Sprint and Altice USA reached a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) agreement.
Infostretch, a professional services firm, launched a new suite of data engineering services.
The software vendor Atrinet partnered with Veryx to create a joint solution that automates provisioning, testing, and monitoring for a number of on-demand services such as carrier Ethernet and SD-WAN.
In 2018, Mitsubishi Electric will release edge computing software for manufacturing processes.
CSPi released software-defined security for both VM and containerized deployments.
IBM will roll-out new capabilities and support for its Cloud in Frankfurt, Germany to supply enterprises with more data control, data encryption, and increased support.
AWS added new features to its Simple Storage Service (S3) to augment data protection and simplify compliance.
Orange is using Red Hat OpenStack platform for its network functions virtualization infrastructure (NFVi) deployments.
The Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality Association (VRARA) signed a letter of intent with ETSI to collaborate on VR and AR technologies over 5G networks hosted on Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) sites.
PrismTech integrated into Adlink’s IoT solutions and technology group, Adlink 1st.
According to Capacity Media, PCCW Global and IX Reach split the assets of Console Connect. PCCW attained Console’s brand, platform, and technology team, and IX Reach attained its network assets and customer contracts.
Volkswagen Group and Google partnered to do research work on the quantum computers.
Here are the other stories SDxCentral covered this week:
- Lumina’s SDN Controller Manages Third Party Switches, Containers
- Verizon Makes SD-WAN Platform Available to its Wholesale Customers
- What’s the Dollar Amount of Your Cyber Risk? There’s Software for That
- Telco Systems Provides Open NFV Platform with x86 and ARM Support
- Ciena Launches Switch to Deploy VNFs at the Edge
- TIP Tackles Network Slicing, Artificial Intelligence, and Open RAN
- CenturyLink Says SD-WAN Isn’t Cannibalizing its MPLS Business
- Infinera’s Stock Implodes Under Mixed Q3, Restructuring Plans
- Headcount: The Latest in Hirings, Firings, and Retirings — November 9, 2017
- AT&T Wields Disproportionate Influence in ONAP, But Everyone’s OK With It
- Cumulus Makes Open Networking OS Available on Facebook’s Voyager
- BT Caters to Enterprises that Want Cisco in Their VNF Plans
- Exploding Container Usage Behind Prometheus 2.0 Monitoring Update
- Nutanix Claims Object Storage, Compute Coming to Cloud Stack, But Timeline Is Unclear
- Ixia Adds New Visibility for Open Switches With a Software Solution
- Telcos Eye Multi-Billion Dollar IoT Opportunity, Panel Says
- Riverbed SD-WAN Incorporates Zscaler Cloud Security
- AT&T Preps for 5G With Edge Computing Test Facility in Palo Alto
- Why IBM’s a Fan of Mellanox’s Innova-2 Network Adapter
- AT&T’s Fuetsch Hints at Upcoming White Box and ONAP Plans
- AT&T’s Software, Hardware Provide a Unique 5G Position
- Cisco Wants to Blanket Enterprises in Multi-Cloud Security
- OpenStack Focuses on Integration with Other Software
- Is There a Place in the Cloud for Both VMs and Containers?
- Broadcomm Makes Unsolicited $100B-Plus Bid For Qualcomm
- HPE Superdome Flex Tackles Real-Time Data Analytics