Silver Peak’s EdgeConnect SD-WAN platform is now certified by Google Cloud, Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Oracle Cloud.
The Nutanix-VMware battle escalated with a Nutanix blog accusing VMware COO Sanjay Poonen of “bullying” Nutanix customers.
Canonical says the latest version of its platform for IoT and container deployments will reduce three things: time to market, software development risk, and security maintenance costs.
SDxCentral is pleased to announce Dan Meyer has been promoted to editor in chief at SDxCentral. Read more in this post by CEO Matt Palmer.
The German carrier signed an agreement with the Berlin Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises to drive 5G deployment in the capital.
They are mobile 5G, fixed wireless, and edge computing, and AT&T says it is building its networks to allow “LTE to work efficiently in parallel with 5G.”
Accenture has been working on a commercial version of ONAP to support providers’ transition from hardware-based to software-based networks.
But “this rate of investment is not sustainable,” Strategic Cyber Ventures warns. There are likely many security “zombies” that initially raised big rounds but now growth has slowed.
According to EdgeMicro, these proof-of-concept edge computing tests are the last step before deployment.
Research group sees reasons to be cheerful as mobile infrastructure market set to see turnaround after three consecutive years of declining revenues thanks to 5G New Radio.
The Stackalytics numbers show that Google was the source of nearly 53 percent of all code commits, which was seven-times more than the second largest contributor, Red Hat.
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for January 18, 2019: Vodafone and IBM launch a multi-cloud joint venture, and AWS buys TSO Logic to help customers decide where to best run workloads.
Former Ericsson executive Ulf Ewaldsson is joining T-Mobile US’ network operations where he will serve under current T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray. A former colleague at Ericsson is also on the move.
This isn’t Microsoft’s first bounty program. Its largest reward offers up to $250,000 for finding critical flaws in its Hyper-V hypervisor.
ZTE releases a cybersecurity statement; Microsoft wins $1.76M contract with the DoD; CenturyLink opens security center in Singapore.