Here are the week’s strays and stragglers we roped for you:
Dell Technologies applied to list its shares on the New York Stock Exchange, in the event its share holders fail to approve the buyout of a tracking stock.
AT&T named 99 new markets that will launch its “5G Evolution,” which is essentially its preliminary 5G specification. This brings 5G Evolution to a total of 239 markets.
Google launched a set of tools and resources for the Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE).
Cisco completed its acquisition of Duo Security.
Oracle released its autonomous NoSQL database to help developers build applications. It also launched artificial intelligence (AI)-driven security and risk management controls for the Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Cloud.
Red Hat previewed Ansible automation integrations to automate its enterprise security services.
Ciena closed on its acquisition of DonRiver.
Alibaba Cloud and Semtech began work on LoRa devices and wireless radio frequency technology.
Equinix opened a second data center in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Splunk released general availability of version 7.2 of its Enterprise machine learning platform and an updated version of its cloud service.
BT will resell Riverbed’s visibility product as a service to its enterprise customers.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) accepted Cloud Native Buildpacks into the CNCF sandbox for early stage and evolving cloud native projects.
CA Technologies integrated its services on SAP’s cloud platform.
NoviFlow and Fortinet jointly launched an SDN-optimized security platform.
Axians UK joined Silver Peak’s partner program and will resell its SD-WAN platform.
Infinera completed its acquisition of Coriant.
NEC Networks & System Integration Corporation (NESIC) integrated Juniper Networks’ multi-cloud visualization and analytics platform and its threat prevention appliance on its network monitor service.
Serverless Security startup PureSec raised $7 million in a series A funding round. In conjunction, it launched a free-tier plan for enterprises to freely implement security in their serverless architectures.
McAfee released its security software service on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Edgecore Networks launched disaggregated open OLT products.
Alien Vault (recently acquired by AT&T), Dragos, Lastline, and NEC Corporation all joined the Cyber Threat Alliance.
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance and the Linux Foundation blockchain group Hyperledger jointly became members of each other’s organization.
Tenable updated its vulnerability assessment platform.
Mavenir added end-to-end cloud native virtualized network functions (VNFs) on its NFV and container management and orchestration platform.
Ethernity Networks launched a field-programmable gate array (FPGA)-based Smart NIC.
Shaw launched a business SD-WAN service based on Cisco Meraki.
QTS Realty Trust released its Cohesity-powered managed backup.
ZeroStack added GPU-as-a-service to its self-driving cloud platform.
SimpleWAN released its SD-WAN service on AWS.
Security Compass added a plugin to help development teams build application risk management and compliance on its policy-to-procedure platform.
Belgian networking and security company TruGen deployed Martello SD-WAN.
Security company Protego Labs released a free version of its serverless security platform.
Open source software provider Suse released version 5.5 of its software-defined storage (SD-storage) service.
Data center management software company Nlyte Software received a Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program certification for its machine learning capabilities, which leverage IBM Watson.
IoT security provider ZitoVault was granted a patent for a prediction system in a distributed computing environment.
NFV software provider netElastic partnered with Advantech to build a virtual broadband network gateway.
Digital infrastructure provider Tata Communications acquired IoT company Teleena.
Log management company Humio jointly launched the Syntax cloud threat security service with Humio’s dynamic log engine.
Software-defined IT operations company Zenoss started a reseller partnership with consulting services provider Ixtel.
Network monitoring company Spirent and electronics group Rohde & Schwarz will build a joint automotive Ethernet testing system.
IoT platform Express Logic launched a turnkey integration with AWS Greengrass software.
Data center provider DataMSP launched Network-as-a-Service provider Megaport in its Minnesota data center.
Business management system Apptio acquired machine learning-based cloud optimization software provider FittedCloud.
CloudKnox Security debuted with a $10.75 million funding round led by ClearSky Security with Dell Technologies Capital and Foundation Capital.
Jelastic released version 5.5 of its cloud platform for hybrid environments with two-factor authentication and horizontal scaling.
Application developer Xilinx launched its adaptive compute acceleration platform.
Here are the other stories SDxCentral covered this week:
- Bloomberg China Chip-Hack Controversy Highlights Fake News, National Security Fears
- Gravitational Draws Kubernetes Into Its Secure Credential Sphere
- Smaller Telcos Can Connect to Public Clouds Via Tata Communications Transformation Services
- China Hacked Supermicro Servers to Spy on Amazon, Microsoft, Report Says
- JFrog Jumps to $1B Valuation on Heels of Series D
- Cloudera, Hortonworks Merge Their Big Data Efforts
- Dell Technologies Confirms IPO Is Its Backup Plan
- Particle Migrates IoT Software Developer Tool to Microsoft
- San Francisco Giants Save $15K Per Year With Cohesity
- Palo Alto Networks Pays $173M for Cloud Security Startup RedLock
- Cisco’s David Ulevitch Leaves to Join a VC Firm
- European Companies Launch OCP Experience Center to Test Hardware
- Digital Realty’s New Global Command Center Provides Centralized Network Monitoring
- Platform9 Open Sources Its Kubernetes Etcd Support Tool
- GTT Scoops Up the Service Provider Access Point for $40M
- Cohesity Targets Service Providers With Multi-Tenant Platform
- Aryaka’s New CEO Plans to Sharpen SD-WAN Firm’s Message to Customers
- Cisco and SAP Team Up on Containers, Hybrid Cloud
- Radisys Will Use ETSI’S MEC Standards for Its Edge Software Platform
- Inspur Donates New Server Configurations to the Open Compute Project
- Microsoft Ignite Lacks Azure Pizzazz
- AT&T Contributes Its Cell Site White Box Router Spec to the Open Compute Project
- Verizon Fires Up First Residential 5G Fixed Wireless Markets
- Oracle Top Cloud Exec Thomas Kurian Resigns
- HPE Revamps Its StoreOnce Data Protection and Backup
- AT&T, Microsoft Score Multi-Million-Dollar Air Force Wins