Here are the week’s strays and stragglers we roped for you:
IBM launched a mobile security operations center as part of its $200 million investment in incident response capabilities. It also released an open multi-cloud manager, and it signed a $240 million agreement with Lenovo to boost Lenovo’s call centers.
Oracle acquired goBalto. The cloud company’s platform for clinical trial site selection and activation will be added to Oracle Health Sciences Cloud.
Orange launched a low-power WAN (LPWAN) network for IoT connectivity.
The University of Michigan selected Dell EMC to supply a $4.8 million computing system for researchers on its campus.
Samsung acquired 5G artificial intelligence (AI)- based network and service analytics company Zhilabs.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) published a service level agreement for AWS Lambda, its serverless computing platform.
Docker filed paperwork with the SEC that may indicate it is raising additional capital, reported Crunchbase.
Brazilian power distributor Elektro selected Nokia to deploy a private LTE network in Brazil.
Dell EMC launched its line of VMware vSphere-powered hyperconverged infrastructure appliances for SAP Hana production environments.
Alibaba Cloud joined the SUSE cloud service provider program. SUSE Linux server applications are now available in the Alibaba Cloud marketplace.
Kongsberg Digital and Alibaba Cloud partnered to deploy Kongsberg’s industrial data and analytics platform on Alibaba Cloud. The two companies are working on projects to digitize the Chinese energy sector.
NEC and ARM partnered to build secure IoT products for smart cities.
Duo Security, which was recently acquired by Cisco, integrated Exabeam’s secure management platform into its security architecture.
Canadian SD-WAN provider Martello acquired management software provider Savision B.V.
Security firm Corero secured a $2 million investment from Juniper Networks.
Infovista signed an agreement with TELoIP, where TELoIP’s managed service provider and reseller partners will have access to Infovista’s SD-WAN service.
CA Technologies launched an AI operations platform.
A10 Networks launched a service provider version of its threat protection system.
Performance management company Kentik released general availability of it European-hosted Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) option in the Equinix Frankfurt IBX Center.
Tenable updated its industrial security product, which it built in conjunction with Siemens. The product now supports the operational technology systems from several industrial manufacturers.
Hardware security module (HSM) provider Utimaco completed its acquisition of Micro Focus’ HSM and enterprise secure key manager.
Trend Micro released a re-branded version of its endpoint security platform for SaaS and on-premises deployments.
Talend updated its unified data platform with new cloud API services, extended big data support, and more.
Open source AI company H20.ai partnered with Snowflake Computing. H20.ai will integrate its AI and machine learning (ML) capabilities to Snowflake’s data warehouse.
Security and monitoring provider RiskRecon released new asset valuation algorithms that determine the risk of internet systems.
aapi launched a microservice building platform that enables microservices to be built without code, natively, within Kubernetes.
AI security company Nucleus Cyber acquired the Security Sheriff platform from data center colocation and security company Cyxtera Technologies. Security Sheriff is a platform that provides AI-driven security for intelligent workspaces.
SaaS company Hammerspace released general availability of its data delivery platform for infrastructure, containers, and clouds.
Security firm Webroot launched a virtual private network (VPN) with security features for users connecting to WiFi networks.
Open source monitoring company Zabbix released version 4.0 of its performance management software.
Security company Zentera Systems released version 4.3.1. of its secure connectivity platform to include support for hybrid Kubernetes environments.
Here are the other stories SDxCentral covered this week:
- Cisco’s Viptela SD-WAN Is the First VNF on Bell Canada’s VNS
- SolarWinds Goes Public (Again)
- Cumulus, Facebook Push Open Data Center Interconnect
- Twilio Created a NB-IoT Developer Platform for T-Mobile
- Investors Throw Money at Security Startups
- Ericsson Fired 50 People in Corruption Scandal Fallout
- DT, Intel, MobiledgeX Lead TIP’s Edge App Developer Project
- McAfee Uncovers New Security Threat Linked to China
- Ciena Inflates Software Control to Reduce Network Complexity
- Cato Networks Adds Self-Healing Capability to Its SD-WAN
- Dell EMC Dips Its Toes Into Security With Cyber Recovery Software
- Embratel Taps VMware to Bring SD-WAN to Brazil
- Alibaba and Fortanix Forge Cloud Security Partnership
- Platform9’s Fission Speeds Serverless Test, Dev on Kubernetes
- TIP’s vRAN Group Says It Can Deliver 4G Over Cable Networks
- IBM ‘Winning’ With Hybrid Cloud, CFO Says
- Arista Embraces Its Mojo in Campus Battle With Cisco
- Vodafone and Telefónica Will Trial TIP’s OpenRAN Platforms
- Major Operations Collaborate on TIP White Box Gateway Device
- Twilio Boosts Its Cloud Communications Platform With $2B SendGrid Purchase
- ARM Reveals Neoverse, Its New Dedicated Infrastructure Brand
- VMware Leads Cloud System Management Market, IDC Says
- Kaloom Throws a Fabric Over Data Center Automation
- Microsoft Employees Protest Pentagon’s JEDI, Microsoft Bids Anyway
- Icahn Says He Will ‘Do Everything in My Power’ to Stop Dell-VMware Deal
- CNCF Adopts First Container Runtime Security Project
- Juniper Says Its SD-WAN Plan Includes More Service Provider Customers
- WikiLeaks Publishes the Location of Amazon’s Data Centers