Here are the week’s strays and stragglers we roped for you:
AT&T completed the sale of its data center colocation operations and assets to Brookfield Infrastructure. Brookfield then formed a new colocation company called Evoque Data Center Solutions to own and operate the assets.
In a New Year’s message, NTT Com‘s president and CEO said the company is being re-born as a digital transformation (DX) Enabler, leveraging several of the company’s existing SDN and cloud technologies.
Nokia will host more than 200 engineers at its Paris-Saclay site next week for the jointly held OPNFV Gambia release Plugfest and the ONAP Dublin release Developer Forum.
South Korean car manufacturer Hyundai joined the Linux Foundation and the Foundation’s cross-industry open platform project for connected cars, dubbed Automotive Grade Linux.
IHS Markit released a white paper that detailed the technologies it expects to dominate the market in 2019. These include the growth of video tech, edge computing, and artificial intelligence.
ON Semiconductor introduced its Strata Developer Studio, a cloud-based development platform for engineers to evaluate and design with ON Semiconductor technologies.
Here are the other stories SDxCentral covered this week:
- Kubernetes Dominates in IT Job Searches
- IoT Spending to Hit $745 Billion in 201, IDC Says
- T-Mobile US Measures 5G Awareness With New Consumer Index
- SDxCentral’s Top 10 Articles — December 2018
- Alphabet’s Playbook Includes Pumping Billions Into Networking, AI
- ZTE Taps Former Senator Joe Lieberman to ‘Lobby’ on Its Behalf
- T-Mobile, Sprint Deal Approval Delayed by Government Shutdown
- Embattled Huawei and ZTE Get Spanish Boost
- Ryuk Ransomware Takes Down Cloud Hosting Provider’s Systems
- Nokia Names Fixed Networks Biz Leader, Access Networks Remains Headless
- SK Telecom Gets the 5G Ball Rolling in 2019
- SDxCentral’s Top 10 Articles of 2018
Check out SDxCentral’s Weekly Podcast: