Sandra Motley was named president of the Fixed Networks Business organization. She previously served as COO of that group and will now report directly to Nokia President and CEO Rajeev Suri.
Knative is seen as an important catalyst for unifying the dozens of serverless platforms in the market.
The initial phase of the program will cost between $6 million and $8 million and is linked to Infinera's recently closed $430 million acquisition of Coriant.
ZTE's year included claims of espionage, direct intervention from President Donald Trump, a growing list of countries banning use of its equipment, and a $1 billion hit to its bottom line.
Industry trade group 5G Americas predicts that there will be 336,000 5G connections in North Americas by the end of 2019. That will account for 47 percent of global 5G connections.
AT&T's launch of 5G services this week has taken the level of competition and snipping to a glorious new level showing that we are truly now entering the golden age of 5G.
The Kubernetes project made a lot of progress in 2018 in terms of maturity, stability, and scalability, which helped drive M&A activity and a greater focus on security.
The report cited a divergent business path compared with Nokia and hinted at a potential upside for Ericsson due to continued geo-political issues for Huawei and ZTE.
The latest flaw was coincidentally announced on the same day as the latest version of Kubernetes was released. Project members said security concerns do not impact the release cycle.
The company closed 100 deals valued in excess of $1 million and added more than 100 new customers to both its OpenShift and Ansible platforms during the quarter.
The launch is the first for a standards-based 5G network in the U.S. and taps AT&T's deep SDN deployments.
AT&T CTO Andre Fuetsch said the carrier is at 63 percent SDN control of its network operations that can be virtualized, pushing toward its goal of 65 percent control by year-end.
CNCF claimed 8,000 attendees and an additional 2,000 that were on a waitlist to attend this week's event. I think those on the waitlist snuck in.
The carrier is near the half-way point on its 5-year journey in taking advantage of public cloud platforms.
That amount was a substantial premium over what Heptio had raised from investors and other similar deals in the Kubernetes space.