ONAP had started to run tests for various components it was developing. But it wanted to store test results and run tests more often. Meanwhile, OPNFV had already solved that problem.
Microsoft reported cloud revenues of $6 billion, while AWS reported revenues of $5.4 billion for the quarter.
The company has developed Ethernet switch chips for data centers. It competes against Broadcom, Barefoot, and Cavium.
The bad news just won't stop for Huawei. This latest investigation seems similar to the case against ZTE because it involves selling equipment to Iran.
Contrail Enterprise Multi-Cloud focuses on the data center as part of Juniper's overall strategy to help enterprises deal with multiple clouds.
HPE says that Huawei's claim that is is partnering with HPE is not true. This is just the latest public relations problem for Huawei in the U.S.
Huawei is working with several third-party vendors to enhance its SD-WAN. These include Riverbed Technology, F5, and HPE.
ZTE might look to judicial remedies after the U.S. ban; Huawei lays off its Washington, D.C. liason; and Twitter bans ads from Kaspersky Labs.
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.