“Cybersecurity is a big challenge,” Joyce said. “And if you don’t have diversity, you’re going to keep coming up with the same answers.”
Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg declined to say which spectrum bands it will bring to 5G, but he did explain that efforts to refarm 3G spectrum for its burgeoning 5G network will be completed by 2020.
Sylabs’ platform uses the Linux-based Singularity container platform, which its CEO developed in late 2015. It was initially designed for use in high-performance computing and scientific use cases.
The three-year old startup first made its way into SD-WAN in 2018, developing a carrier-centric service for smaller enterprise customers on a budget.
The Chinese operator plans 5G trials in seven major cities as Qualcomm announces its support for new 5G smartphones on the carrier’s network.
The startup, founded by former AppDynamics founder and CEO, differentiates itself by adding a layer of AI and machine learning to its continuous delivery as-a-service platform.
The company had inked 40 contracts for 5G commercial networks by the end of March.
With the expansion, customers will have access to fiber, broadband, 4G wireless, and 5G connectivity options depending on availability.
The filing comes less than a year after Fastly’s latest funding round: a $40 million Series F that pushed the 8-year-old company’s total haul to $219 million and its valuation to $850 million.
Karbon is an on-premises Kubernetes platform that combines storage, networking, observability, and monitoring into Nutanix’s cloud native platform.
Early 5G coverage is spotty, service is limited, signals often drop within hundreds of feet of a base station, and devices are nonexistent.
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Priyanka Sharma, director of technical evangelism at the company, said that the expansion of Kubernetes across the ecosystem has had a profound impact on how organizations deal with DevOps.
As the battle for the $10 billion JEDI contract narrows down to AWS and Microsoft Azure, Microsoft makes even more updates to its Government offerings.
One of the critical vulnerabilities has been exploited in the wild. It’s part of a DNS hijacking campaign dubbed “Sea Turtle” that Cisco Talos researchers disclosed earlier this week.