Intel launched a field programmable gate array (FPGA) using its 58 Gb/s transceiver technology.
Red Hat launched a Kubernetes-native Java framework, deemed Quarkus.
Microsoft Azure opened new cloud regions in Cape Town and Johannesburg, South Africa.
Adlink and Google Cloud partnered to build edge compute services for harnessing and analyzing critical operational data. The two are integrating Adlink’s hardware and software with Google Cloud’s IoT offerings.
Broadcom released its 7nm chip for hyperscale data center and cloud networks.
Fujitsu, in collaboration with HFR Networks and Volta Networks, expanded its transport service for seamless and efficient evolution to 5G networks.
EdgeMicro completed a $3 million round of funding and added a new VP of sales.
Equinix announced its pricing for a public offering, selling 2,596,152 shares of its common stock at a price of $416 per share.
Infinera and Telia Carrier completed a network field trial of autonomous intelligent transponder technology.
Cisco and Australia’s Academic and Research Network (AARN) demonstrated 600 Gb/sec on the AARN’s production network using Cisco’s network convergence system.
AppNeta launched a border gateway protocol (BGP) monitoring tool for multi-path route visualization within its performance manager.
Ixia demonstrated interoperability of its 400 GE test solutions with switch silicon from Innovium.
Tripwire debuted a penetration testing and industrial security assessment services. It also expanded its portfolio to include vulnerability management-as-a-service. And it debuted new vulnerability scanning and compliance functionality for DevOps teams.
Alibaba Cloud started an initiative that will offer its partners access to its technology expertise, global computing resources, and talent development programs to bring technology for social good.
Forcepoint opened a research division for security expertise and behavioral science research.
LogRhythm released a new automated network security service for detecting, qualifying, investigating, and responding advanced network-borne threats.
Sysdig added features to its cloud-native intelligence platform with compliance capabilities for Kubernetes and OpenShift environments.
DFLabs released the next version of its security, orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR) offering for managed service providers.
Fidelis updated its unified security platform with new endpoint and deception offerings.
DigitalOcean debuted a new application ecosystem, which extends its platform for third-party developers to build, market, and sell their software stacks with DigitalOcean.
Spirent released a security product that provides continuous automated assessment of security and data loss prevention policies.
Unisys will release version 4.0 of its security software starting April 15. The version brings new isolation capabilities, which can isolate devices or users. The company launched software for biometric identity management with fingerprint, face, voice, and iris recognition.
Contrast Security completed a $65 million Series D funding round.
Non-profit decentralized personal data foundation, Tide opened an open source marketplace for transforming personal data and privacy from a liability into a mutually-profitable asset.
Bitdefender announced interoperability between its virtualized security environments and VMware NSX-T data center.
Optiv released a risk transformation service.
Cloud storage company Wasabi opened its first European data center based in Amsterdam.
Cloud data management platform Odaseva raised $11.7 million in a Series A funding round led by Partech with participation from Salesforce Ventures and Serena.
Enterprise cloud company Datrium introduced a software subscription program that offers hardware- and cloud-agnostic pricing model.
Managed service provider Core BTS acquired the Microsoft business unit of SADA Systems, which is a business and technology consulting and IT services.
Secure cloud-managed network services provider Infoblox updated its Network Identity Operating System platform with support for Google Cloud Platform and single sign-on.
Management and automation company Nintex acquired robot process automation provider EnableSoft.
Crowdsource security firm Bugcrowd released version 2.0 of its virtual private network (VPN) technology. It also partnered with Secure Code Warrior to build a framework for bridging the gap between security and development teams.
Cloud-based software testing firm Functionalize closed a $16 million Series A round.
Data warehouse firm SQream partnered with mobile carrier LG Uplus to improve LG Uplus’ network operations.
IoT provider Digi International released a secure platform for IoT device monitoring.
Performance monitoring company LightStep launched a distributed tracing tool for modern distributed architectures.
Analytics platform GigaSpaces launched a data lake and data warehouse accelerator.
Security company Ericom Software launched a remote browser isolation service, which provides protection from phishing.
Security management company FireMon released a tool for cloud visibility, security, and anomaly detection for hybrid enterprises and environments.
42Crunch released an API security cloud platform that protects Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Web, IoT, APIs, and microservices.
Data protection firm Spirion and Bitglass, a next-generation cloud access security broker, partnered to provide security for cloud and mobile.
Social media platform SafeGuard Cyber debuted a detection tool for cross-channel analysis on proactive scans for the digital landscape.
Security firm Armor Scientific Holdings publicly debuted its inaugural suite for GPS hardware and middleware to manage network identity.
Basil Security released general availability of a policy-as-code platform with distributed, stateful policy enforcement.
Software provider Cleo released availability of its single-platform ecosystem integration service.
Test access point Garland Technology launched a security device management service.
Here are the other stories SDxCentral covered this week:
- Akamai Gets Edgy With Platform Expansion and Upgrades
- Mortgage Company TruHome Taps Bigleaf SD-WAN to Deliver Cloud Telephony
- CenturyLink Threat Research Reemerges as Black Lotus Labs
- Headcount: The Latest Hirings, Firings, and Retirings — March 7, 2019
- AT&T Launches New Cybersecurity Division, Joins Global Telco Security Alliance
- Syniverse, Tata Global IPX Interconnect Deal Preps for 5G, IoT
- Vodafone UK 5G Plans Barge Past Rivals
- Huawei Lawsuit Against the U.S. Government Challenges Equipment Ban
- Network Security Firm Untangle Launches SD-WAN Router and Micro-Firewall
- Ciena Anticipates Strong 5G Growth in Late 2019, Early 2020
- Imperva Researchers Find Hundreds of Vulnerable Docker Hosts Exploited by Cryptominers
- Aqua Security, Twistlock Upgrade Their Cloud-Native Security Platforms
- Verizon Scoops Up ProtectWise, Adds Managed Endpoint Protection
- RSA Conference: Rise of the Robots (and the Women)
- Telia to Deploy 5G FWA Network in Finland
- NTT Security Acquires Application Security Provider WhiteHat Security
- Citrix Leans In on Automation to Secure Its SD-WAN
- Nokia, Ericsson to Provide 5G Gear to U.S. Cellular
- RSA Updates Archer, NetWitness Platforms
- Cisco WiFi Routers Attacked After Code Hack Posted
- Spectrum Rolls Out Its Nationwide Managed SD-WAN Service
- MWC Wrap: 5G, 5G, and Huawei
- VMware Unveils Service-Defined Firewall at RSA Conference
- Did Someone Say 5G?
- Alphabet’s Security Startup Chronicle Sells Its Backstory
- SDxCentral’s Top 10 Articles — February 2019
- Trump Campaign Revives Nationalized 5G Network Plan
- Juniper to Buy Mist Systems for $405 Million
- CrowdStrike Falcon Expands Wings to Target Mobile Device Security
- AT&T Claims Open ROADM Success Validates Interoperability Work
- Google, VMware Team Up With Lookout on Post-Perimeter Security Alliance
- Microsoft Azure Sentinel Moves SIEM to the Cloud
- Veriflow’s CloudPredict Provides Granular Insight Into Public Clouds
- Arm Partners With Vodafone, China Unicom on IoT, Launches Security Certification
- Verizon’s SDN Work About Applications, Not Numbers