Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft are behind the initiative. So far, Amazon and Apple are not part of the group.
The operator’s new partner program will bring together hardware and software developers.
The Swedish firm reported an operating profit of $23 million. It’s the first time since the third quarter 2016 that the company has reported a profit.
CEO Devesh Garg says the company’s operating system isn’t limited by legacy software or hardware and can take advantage of innovations in the underlying silicon.
There is more interest in training than there is good quality training available, says the Linux Foundation.
Programmable chips will play a key role in 5G networks because complex processing will be necessary in the baseband and the base station.
A former Huawei employee says he was fired for refusing to use a fake company name to gain access to the private TIP gathering. Huawei says this is just a labor dispute, and the claims are groundless.
The program is intended to bring together open source products that can quickly be deployed by service providers.
AT&T says it will continue to invest in the Open Threat Exchange, an open threat intelligence community started by AlienVault.
Randy Pond spent 22 years at Cisco before leaving in 2015. It’s speculated that his hiring means Pensando may soon come out of stealth mode.
Mode's intelligent routing algorithms give enterprises private network reliability and quality of service that they can then combine with SD-WAN and last-mile internet.
AT&T’s Andre Fuetsch will head the group’s board, which is made up of delegates from 12 operators.
Companies can deploy 2G IoT modules today and upgrade them to NB-IoT or CAT-M when network coverage is more comprehensive.
DT deployed a network data layer using HPE’s shared data environment. The shared layering helps the network handle a large variety of workloads while maintaining agility.
The operators plan to release the results of the RFI and a shortlist of potential vendors at the TIP Summit in October in London.