iconectiv has already created unique codes for more than 1,000 virtual network functions.
CenturyLink tracks botnets and the C2 servers they communicate with to thwart distributed denial of service attacks.
Ciena stands to be a winner because it competes with ZTE. Infinera and Nokia might benefit as well.
Cisco, itself, recently issued a warning about its Smart Install client, saying it was vulnerable to cyber attacks by nation-state actors.
The time for researching NFV is over for some end-users who are either moving forward to the trial phase or dropping the technology, at least for the time being.
A U.K. government agency is also recommending that telcos not purchase equipment from ZTE.
It’s possible that ARM may be one of the potential investors. Qualcomm and ARM have worked together for years, creating chips for mobile devices.
The agreement between Alibaba Cloud and Esri will bring together engineers from both companies to deliver GIS innovations to the cloud.
This is the third Israeli security startup that Palo Alto Networks has purchased.
RAD's vAccess allows operators to use white boxes with VNFs over whatever access infrastructure they have installed.
The company had been white labeling an SD-WAN service from another vendor, but it found it to be too expensive and not versatile enough.
Nokia wins a 50-percent share of the multi-vendor deal with China Mobile. The two companies are also working together on software-defined networking for China Mobile to expand its cloud offering.
Juniper Networks will be one of the biggest consumers of Tungsten Fabric, but the name change helps distinguish it from Contrail.
The FCC wants to ban any spending from the Universal Service Fund on networking equipment that could pose a security threat.
NEC/Netcracker will wrangle myriad vendors of hardware and software along with some open source code.