Here are the week’s strays and stragglers we roped for you:
Cisco will acquire privately-held software provider Ensoft, which builds software for service provider networks.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) added new customization features to its language processing service to identify natural language terms and classify text related to team, business, or industry. AWS will also launch two new options for Snowball, its data transport system, including more compute power and a graphic processing unit (GPU).
Packet, Globo.com, Pantheon.tech, and Rift joined the Linux Foundation Networking Fund.
Equinix will build an international business exchange data center at its London Slough campus. It’s set to open in the second quarter of 2019.
Data center provider Digital Realty opened a new data center in Australia. It also acquired a 1.4-hectare land parcel to house a new data center facility in a suburb of Sydney, Australia.
Keysight Technologies and SK Telecom partnered to build 5G network design development and test 5G technologies.
China Telecom extended its partnership with Keysight Technologies to deploy Keysight’s 5G new radio (NR) network emulation technologies for its 5G networks.
SolarWinds added new features to its software-as-a-service (SaaS)-based DevOps portfolio. This includes new container views and exception tracking to its application performance monitoring (APM) platform.
Enterprise big compute company Rescale released its secure high performance computing (HPC) technology to the public sector.
Edge cloud computing services provider Fastly launched a community hub to give developers access to technology in edge computing.
Security firm Gemalto added additional data centers in its European Union (EU) region.
Hybrid IT data center provider Flexential partnered with Megaport to add new connectivity options on its software-defined infrastructure.
Security provider F-Secure launched an endpoint detection and response service.
Cloud-native management key vault CryptoMove launched a private beta of its API and Secure Shell (SSH) secrets management key vault.
Application security startup Alcide raised $7 million in a Series A funding round.
Here are the other stories SDxCentral covered this week:
- Big Cloud Players, Other Hyperscalers Spend $26B on Capex in Q3 2018
- GSMA Launches Edge Cloud Initiative for Operators
- Pivot3 HCI Beats Dell EMC, HPE for Airport Data Center Modernization
- Microsoft Spreads Open Enclave SDK, Integrates With Azure IoT Edge
- Cisco Files SEC Documents Revealing Its Top Executive Salaries
- Economic Recession Could Drive Serverless Standardization, Consolidation
- Extreme Networks Hires Former CA Technologies Exec Rémi Thomas as CFO
- Schneider Electric Takes Data Center Device Management to the Cloud
- Why T-Mobile Is Touting Its 5G Connection in the 600 MHz Spectrum
- Pure Storage Moves Into Cloud Storage With AWS
- Datadog Monitors Serverless Applications in AWS With New Integration
- AT&T Likes That the ONF Brings Original Design Manufacturers to the Table
- Citrix Buys Sapho for $200M to Grow Its Digital Workspace Tech
- Microsoft, IBM Top ABI’s Blockchain Platform Provider List
- ZTE Flips the RAN Script on Samsung in Q3, Says Dell’Oro
- Report: IBM Taps TSMC for 7nm Data Center Server Chips
- Verizon Buys Software-Defined Perimeter Assets From Vidder
- IBM Boosts Cloud Migration, Management