South Korea Launches 5G, But Only for Enterprise Users Initially South Korea is the first nation in Asia to launch commercial 5G networks as KT, LG UPlus, and SK Telecom, switch on services.
Cisco, AT&T, Intel Promote Best Anti-Botnet Practices for Companies The anti-botnet guide provides best practices for service providers, enterprises, and software and device manufacturers.
Qualcomm Launches $100M Fund for AI, Invests in First Startup Qualcomm will use the fund to invest in startups building AI for autonomous cars, robotics, and machine learning platforms.
HPE Buys AI, Big Data Software Vendor BlueData Also today HPE rolled out four new edge products as well as storage advances with machine learning built in.
VMware Wavefront’s AI Genie Automates Anomaly Detection The vendor updated its cloud-native monitoring platform with new microservices capabilities and automated anomaly detection across infrastructure and applications.
Alibaba Restructures Amidst Cloud Computing Push and Growth The research firm MTN Consulting said that Alibaba’s cloud computing business is rapidly becoming the group's “most ambitious venture,” as it boosts its overseas investments and refocuses on R&D.
Former Oracle Exec Thomas Kurian Replaces Google Cloud CEO Diane Greene Kurian spent 22 years at Oracle before abruptly resigning last month. Reports quickly surfaced saying that Kurian clashed with CTO Larry Ellison over Oracle’s cloud strategy.
BlackBerry Bets $1.4B on IoT Security With Cylance Acquisition In a year when security startups are raising hundreds of millions in initial public offerings — including Cylance competitor Carbon Black that scored $152 million in its May IPO — it was widely assumed Cylance would follow suit.
HPE InfoSight Pushes AI Into Data Center Servers InfoSight’s predictive capabilities also move the needle closer to enabling autonomous data centers.
Alibaba Cloud Launches Serverless, Interactive Query Service The Data Lakes Analytics service helps customers that need cloud-native analytics and need to turn raw data into real-time insights.
LiveAction Unifies Data Sources With Network Monitoring Platform Update The platform integrates flow, packet, simple network management protocol, and API data sources to gain better insight into “dark environments,” including SD-WAN.
ThoughtSpot Brings Search-Based Analytics to Google Cloud The search and AI-driven analytics company also added new integration with the Google Cloud Machine Learning Engine.
Nokia Strikes Infosys Deal That Targets Enterprise Digitization The vendor recently announced plans to slash thousands of jobs as part of a major corporate restructuring.
VMware Embraces Containers at VMworld Europe The virtualization giant updated its hybrid cloud stack with new Kubernetes support and also announced a new integration with IBM Cloud’s managed Kubernetes service.
Google Launches $25 Million Fund, Doubles Down on AI for Social Good The new fund follows Google’s decision not to bid for the Pentagon’s $10 billion JEDI contract because the work may not support its principles.
Cisco Study Finds Enterprises Racing Toward ‘Preemptive’ IT Cisco developed a four-step model for IT operations maturity showing where organizations are now and where they would like to be in two years.
Cisco’s 400G Data Center Switches Extend Intent-Based Networking The Nexus 400 gigabit Ethernet switches target hyperscale cloud providers, large enterprise data centers, and telecommunications providers moving to 5G.
Ciena Optimizes Its Packet Optical Networks With Analytics Service The offering is sold as a subscription service in three tiers to provide different levels of visibility and data analysis based on an organization’s needs.
Google Does Good While Other Cloud Providers Battle for JEDI It’s not all rainbows and flowers at Google. Hundreds of employees are planning a walkout following a report that the cloud giant rewarded a top exec accused of sexual misconduct.
Microsoft Offers to Move Employees Averse to JEDI Bid Employees recently posted a blog protesting the company's plans to bid on the $10 billion, 10-year contract to provide cloud services for all branches of the military.