Sumit Puri says his composable infrastructure startup is “gonna take over the world.” The only question is when.
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for March 22, 2019: The Microsoft-developed Sonic platform gathers speed. VMware adds more moisture to its cloud ambitions. Is 6G on deck?
For VMware’s VeloCloud-based SD-WAN, the road ahead includes containers, VMs, VNFs, 5G, hybrid- and multi-clouds, and gateway federation.
Software is overdue for a high-level review, said Vijay Gurbaxani, founding director of the Center for Digital Transformation.
The vendor has attempted to downplay concerns but admitted the investigation could result in “criminal or civil penalties, including the possibility of monetary fines.”
The ascent of cloud computing and mobility changed the fundamental structure of Adobe’s business, and it came just as the recession hit and revenues dropped 25 percent.
Ericsson is still far from beating Huawei’s 5G contract tally, but it’s taking small steps in the right direction.
The company relies on platforms like Google BigQuery to store and process collected data. It then feeds this data to its cloud-based analysis platform in order to visualize performance, network competence, and identify coverage platforms.
The new capability allows mobile operators to self provision for guaranteed SLAs based on latency and bandwidth demand.
The new specifications broaden support for different access technologies and NFV integration.
The CEO said that the issue for European operators in banning Huawei has less to do with security and everything to do with vendor’s lack of interoperability.
Korean mobile operators look set to beat Verizon by a matter of days in the race to a 5G network launch.
Inspur set a goal to be the top server market vendor by 2023, and it’s got a plan to steal market share from Dell EMC and HPE.
Schrödinger’s cat or stone soup, pick your favorite ONAP analogy.
The electrical contractor and technology integrator deployed a Silver Peak-based managed SD-WAN service from MNJ Technologies for greater cost savings and redundancy.