Here are the week’s strays and stragglers we roped for you:
The OpenDaylight Project debuted its ninth release, Fluorine, with added support for cloud, edge, and WAN.
Microsoft released Azure DevOps, a suite of services and tools to support software development teams.
The Open Networking Foundation (ONF) launched a CORD-based cloud native platform for mobile core technologies.
Sprint and Nokia demonstrated a 5G new radio (NR) connection over massive multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO).
Talari Networks was awarded a patent for an adaptive private network with path maximum transmission unit discovery process.
Spirent expanded its critical network automation capabilities for North American mobile operators on its unified service assurance platform.
Tech Mahindra will open a 5G Center of Excellence with Intel to help service providers optimize their capex on 5G migrations.
Cradlepoint and Verizon jointly launched a program to develop a path between LTE-A to 5G for enterprises.
Software-defined storage company Veritas signed an agreement with the U.S. General Services Administration to provide federal agencies with data governance and cloud data software.
Adtran launched a WiFi offering for service providers to bundle competitive services, offer management, and reduce install time.
BT updated its RingCentral-hosted cloud phone service for medium and large enterprises.
Chef’s Automate Incident Creation application was certified by cloud computing company ServiceNow. It is now available on the ServiceNow Store.
A recent Dell’Oro report found that Arista, H3C, Huawei and white box switching vendors led growth of the data center switch market in the second quarter of 2018.
Gigaspaces added support for Kubernetes orchestration on its analytics platform.
Corelight secured $25 million in a series B financing round.
myDevices launched a portfolio of turnkey IoT services in partnership with Alibaba Cloud.
Coriant and Siae Microelettronica, an Italian telecom equipment provider, demonstrated SDN-enabled Layer 3 microwave and millimeter-wave backhaul services for 5G networks.
Digital Realty added direct, private access to Salesforce on its service exchange in 15 global metros.
Access management company Bomgar acquired security provider BeyondTrust.
Windstream’s fixed wireless service is now available in 50 markets.
Super Micro Computer launched an all-flash non-volatile memory express (NVMe) storage server to support Samsung form factor solid-state drives (SSDs).
The Citizen Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) RAN market will reach $1 billion by 2022, according to Dell’Oro.
Digital Defense integrated with McAfee ePolicy orchestrator.
Telecommunications vendor Intracom Telecom launched access and backhaul product lines at the 39 GHz band.
Tenable added integrations with ServiceNow for risk management and measurement.
Splunk opened two new offices in San Francisco and San Jose.
The GSMA released a report that outlines the trends of the mobile industry for the next seven years.
Vexxhost and Arm jointly released Arm-based virtual machines (VMs) with OpenStack API access.
Zscaler’s zero trust architecture received security competence for Amazon Web Services (AWS).
India-based Sify Technologies selected Versa SD-WAN and software-defined branch to expand Sify’s cloud core portfolio.
Avid Secure integrated with HashiCorp Terraform, HashiCorp’s infrastructure-as-a-code software.
Media show IBC and TM Forum will launch five Catalyst projects in 2019 to build the media-telecom value chain.
Sumo Logic launched a cloud SIEM service, a global intelligence service, and updated its continuous intelligence platform.
Lanner and Nation Chiao Tung University (NCTU) partnered on 5G edge computing and server thermal technology.
Lightbend released version 2.0 of its reactive application development platform to optimize it for Kubernetes cluster deployment.
Network monitoring company Opengear released its NetOps Automation platform for general availability.
The city of Aurora, Colorado, replaced its tape-based backups with a disk-based backup storage system from hyperconverged storage provider ExaGrid.
Semiconductor provider Renesas acquired Integrated Device Technology for $6.7 billion.
Machine learning and analytics company Immuta’s data management platform was certified to run on Cloudera.
Storage and data center company Burlywood raised $10.6 million in series A funding round.
Here are the other stories SDxCentral covered this week:
- Wireless Execs High on 5G Distributed Network Architecture
- Cloud Storage Startup Wasabi Scores $68M, Brings the Heat to Amazon
- GSMA: 5G Adoption in US and Canada Will Outpace Asia, Europe
- AWS Offers Affirmed Networks’ Virtual EPC as a Hosted Service
- Samsung Rides OpenStack, Container Environment for 5G
- Arista Acquires Metamako, a Provider of Low-Latency FPGA Products
- Samsung Leads Datrium’s $60M Series D Round
- Lenovo and NetApp Launch Storage Products, New Company in China
- Barefoot Responds to the Demise of Marvell’s Programmable Chip
- Cisco’s Open vRAN Alliance Says Its End-to-End System Is Ready to Roll
- Virtualization Is Core to Sprint Curiosity IoT Platform
- Equinix CEO Charles Meyers Sees NFV, 5G, Opportunities Ahead
- VMware Plans to Bring More AWS, Other Cloud-Native Services on Prem
- Sprint Sweet on 5G Spectrum Plans
- SD-WAN Provider Martello Goes Public on TSX Venture Exchange
- Sysdig Scores $68.5M Series D to Boost Container Monitoring, Security
- Cisco Helped Bring the Brains to T-Mobile’s Network
- Equinix Picks New CEO Charles Meyers
- Open Source Eases AT&T’s Technical Burden
- Verizon to Launch Pre-Standard 5G in Four Markets on Oct. 1
- ONAP Casablanca Pushes Toward November Release
- AT&T’s Airship Plans Gain Altitude, Seek Maturity
- Packet Closes $25M Series B, Builds Edge Network
- Verizon to Open 5G Labs to Test Applications for Different Vertical Markets
- Intel Buys NetSpeed to Boost Specialized SoCs
- Ericsson Scores $3.5 Billion Deal With T-Mobile for 5G Gear
- AT&T’s 5G Edge Plans Are Based on Collaboration
- Cisco Offers Flexible Consumption of AST 9K Router Software
- Nutanix Wins $20-Plus Million Deal With Defense Agency
- Cisco’s New UCS Server Supports Google’s Kubeflow, Other ML Tools
- Samsung, Nokia, Ericsson Score AT&T 5G Contracts
- AT&T Plots Its Commercial Deployment of Project AirGig
- AT&T Changes Its Tune on 5G Fixed Wireless
- Alibaba Co-Founder and Executive Chairman Jack Ma to Retire
- Top Oracle Exec Thomas Kurian Takes ‘Extended Break
- Broadcom CEO Dangles CA Technologies Bait, Investors Bite