Early 5G coverage is spotty, service is limited, signals often drop within hundreds of feet of a base station, and devices — specifically 5G capable smartphones that don’t require a special accessory — are nonexistent.
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for April 19, 2019: Ericsson’s China offices are raided by antitrust regulators; 5G is part of the FCC’s $20B rural broadband pledge; and a security flaw is found in popular enterprise VPNs.
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.
By adding ThreadX to its Azure IoT Hub, Microsoft now has a direct competitor to Amazon FreeRTOS, an open-source platform that Amazon took stewardship of in 2016.
The France-based operator is taking a “best-in-class” approach to its vendor selection and is working with 1,000 of its enterprise customers to test and develop 5G use cases.
Electric Cloud was recently stationed as a leader in a Forrester Research report on continuous delivery and release automation.
The group is named for the Australian Logrunner, a bird that is “uniquely adapted” to forage and search, such as the group will help forage for innovation and troubleshooting in emerging technologies, says Scalyr’s Dave McAllister.
“Huawei will continue its investment in 5G technologies and stick to transparent and open cooperation to build a credible [information and communications technology] infrastructure,” said Peter Zhou, CMO of Huawei’s wireless network product line.
Switching the networks to software-managed operations allows the operator to deploy on-demand activation services and automatic recovery control via artificial intelligence-based technologies if there is an outage.
Nineteen vendors took part in tests that placed a strong focus on synchronization for 5G and the 5G readiness of multi-vendor transport networks.
MSP program customers are ensured compatibility with Cloudian’s technology partners’ software for data protection, big data, backup, archive, and data management.
As part of the settlement, Apple agreed to pay Qualcomm an undisclosed amount and inked a six-year license deal with Qualcomm.
If the proposed merger with T-Mobile fails and SoftBank doesn’t invest further in Sprint, the outlook is grim.