It's based on VNFs of multiple partners.
Designed for smaller companies moving toward hybrid cloud.
It doesn’t carry "legacy baggage."
AT&T mysteriously mentions "millimeter waves."
44 percent use vSphere for private clouds.
CEO predicts "flattish" wireless market in 2016.
It's also integrated some of its VNFs with Oracle.
Location-based security has a hard time with cloud applications.
Moving away from the "big star" in mobile networks.
PLUMgrid fills the void.
BT will manage the SD-WAN services.
Elastic RAN is like cloud RAN, but with fewer limits, Ericsson says.
Jasper Technologies brings big-name customers.
A new open source team will work with ONOS, OpenDaylight, and the ONF.
Google (Alphabet) saw a strong Q4.