The service provider is hoping to launch a cost-effective uCPE platform that supports more VNFs along with its SD-WAN early next year.
Verizon and Jio were both original members of the xRAN Forum, which merged with the C-RAN Alliance this year to form O-RAN.
Joe Cozzolino departs Cisco to join private equity firm; CenturyLink CTO joins the MEF board of directors.
“Most software that’s used for monitoring comes from software companies. We built this software out of operational need and we built it as users of the technology,” said Optanix CSO Edmond Baydian.
The latest numbers from IHS Markit show that SD-WAN revenue grew 23 percent from the previous quarter to $284 million. VMware continues to hold the No. 1 spot.
As the uncertainty around Cisco’s Viptela integration lifted last quarter, the enterprise access router market saw its first quarter of growth in five quarters.
The Linux Foundation project OpenChain is developing an overarching standard for creating a quality compliance program that companies can apply across the supply chain.
OSM Release Five adds support for network slicing and employs a microservices architecture to make it a viable choice for 5G use cases.
IT professionals list Microsoft Azure as the best cloud provider in terms of cost effectiveness, having the most advanced tools, reliability, and having the best support for container environments.
This is Barefoot’s second generation release of its P4-programmable Tofino Ethernet switch ASIC family.
The partners expanded their support for Pluribus’ network operating system and cloud fabric software on five additional Edgecore white box, top-of-rack switches.
Qualcomm will use the fund to invest in startups building AI for autonomous cars, robotics, and machine learning platforms.
Mobile service providers stand to benefit from the growing promise of network slicing, but many are not taking full advantage of the opportunity.
NooBaa’s hybrid and multi-cloud management technology will be integrated with Red Hat’s storage offerings.
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.