Here are the week’s strays and stragglers we roped for you:
Huawei released its earnings results for the first half of 2018. It raised about $47.58 billion in revenue, a 15-percent increase year over year.
Verizon and Motorola debuted a 5G-upgradeable smartphone, which will be sold by Verizon.
The FCC established the application and bidding procedures for the first 5G millimeter wave (mmWave) spectrum auction, scheduled to begin November 14.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) accepted Harbor, an open source cloud native registry, as a Sandbox-level hosted project.
Marvell laid off 44 people following its acquisition of Cavium.
Google purchased property near Dallas to build a data center.
Red Hat released version 3.10 of its OpenShift Container Platform.
Hyperledger, the Linux Foundation’s blockchain group, added nine members, taking its total to more than 250 members.
The Linux Foundation Networking (LFN) Fund added eight new members.
Arista Networks released its hybrid cloud networking platform on Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
Amdocs is leading work for virtual network functions (VNF) onboarding automation tools for ETSI and the Linux Foundation’s Open Networking Automation Platform (ONAP).
Vonage acquired TokBox, a Telefónica subsidiary that specializes in WebRTC programmable video, for $35 million.
NetApp and Nvidia jointly built an artificial intelligence (AI) architecture.
Codefresh launched Codefresh Enterprise, which bundles developer support for Windows, ARM, and Linux, and with role-based access control (RBAC) and access to hybrid infrastructure.
Data security company Mimecast acquired Solebit, a security software developer, for $88 million.
Scality released version 7.4.1. of Ring, with software-defined storage (SDS) security capabilities.
CA Technologies is participating in a European project to provide software engineers with tools to make applications GDPR and regulation compliant.
Apstra built an objective intent-based networking (IBN) taxonomy model that evaluates the maturity of IBN products.
Digital Realty added 1.6 megawatts (MW) of colocation capacity to its facility in Santa Clara, California.
Security company Fidelis Cybersecurity released a managed detection and response service.
DocuSign acquired contract lifecycle management software company SpringCM.
Technology group Rohde & Schwarz purchased full control of Lancom Systems. Lancom will still operate as an independent subsidiary of the group.
Data analytics software provider Dremio received an investment from Cisco Investments, bringing total funding to $45 million.
Univa partnered with Sylabs to integrate Sylabs’ container platform with Univa Grid Engine.
AlienVault released general availability of its endpoint detection and response capabilities for its Unified Security Management (USM) platform.
Carbon Black launched a real-time query and response tool for its predictive security cloud platform.
Security provider Bay Dynamics integrated its user and entity behavior analytics platform with CyberSponse’s security automation and incident response platform.
Protego, a serverless security company, partnered with cloud native developer Mode2 to add serverless security to Mode2 customer environments.
ServerCentral released its managed storage gateway for Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Threat Intelligence launched Evolve, its unified security automation platform.
Threat intelligence provider Recorded Future partnered with FraudWatch to provide takedown services.
Machine data provider OverOps launched its OverOps platform to support AI operation use cases.
Storage and NVMe software provider Exten released a storage software platform for incorporating NVMe-oF, Redfish, and Swordfish open source standards for data centers and workloads.
Here are the other stories SDxCentral covered this week:
- Spirent Sharpens Its Focus on 5G and Lifecycle Service Assurance
- Arista Lifts Its Mojo by Acquiring a Cognitive WiFi Company
- Nutanix Boosts Its Cloud Stack With $165M Frame Acquisition
- Segment Struggled With Microservices Went Back to Monolith
- ARM Spells Out Its New IoT Platform — Pelion
- Fortinet CEO Cites 7-Figure SD-WAN Win on Q2 2018 Earnings Call
- Cisco-Google Hybrid Cloud Love Fest: Real Deal or Hype?
- T-Mobile, Sprint Race to 5G as Merger Looms
- Amazon Plots Its Departure From Oracle by 2020
- Zenlayer SD-WAN Connects the Middle Mile of Networks
- Cisco Buys Duo Security for $2.35 Billion
- Kontron Acquires Inocybe, Will Compete Against Lumina Networks
- AWS Cloud Share Slips as Competitors Claw as Its Lead
- Headcount: The Latest in Hirings, Firings, and Retirings — August 1, 2018
- CenturyLink Gives Customers a Direct Link to IBM Cloud
- NEC Bolsters Traffic Management Platform to Handle 5G Speeds
- Serverless Battles Vendor Lock-in With Beta Platform
- Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk Eliminates Data Center Roller Coaster
- Istio Hits 1.0, But Testing, Education, and Adoption Challenges Remain
- Harmonic Advances Its Virtual Cable Access Technology
- GE Wants to Ditch Its Digital Assets
- Awake Security CEO Jumped Ship From Cylance to Build a New Unicorn
- Turnium Using Mature SD-WAN Platform to Target Juniper, HPE Customers
- ARM Strengthens Its IoT Portfolio With $600M Treasure Data Purchase
- IBM Trials Blockchain Platform With Barclays, Citi
- Digital Twins Start to Gain Foothold in Enterprise Monitoring, Management
- ZTE Slashes Q1 Bottom Line by $1B
- Nokia Scores $3.5B 5G Contract With T-Mobile
- Speedify Founders Got Tired of Battlefield Robots, So They Turned to SD-WAN