Pivotal and Samsung join the O-RAN Alliance; Splunk withdraws from Russia; Microsoft expands its security service into Europe.
The report predicts that there will more than 422 million 5G connections by 2022, and almost 12 percent of all global mobile traffic will be 5G by that time.
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Feb. 22, 2019: Ericsson and Nokia take the offensive against carrier claims. Edge will be a big part of HPE and Samsung’s partnership. Cisco’s link to AWS could include Outposts.
An Oracle and KPMG survey found 38 percent of professionals say the ability to detect and react to security incidents in the cloud is their top security challenge.
The project is being supported by technology partners Intel, Cisco, Qualcomm, Nokia, Altiostar, and Tech Mahindra.
The report had the U.S. ahead of three Asia-Pacific countries: China, South Korea, and Japan.
Companies want simplicity and security, so “I don’t think building virtual networks on top of the networks we already have is the way to go,” said 128 COO Patrick MeLampy.
The move highlights robust plans for the carrier, though it could still lag behind rivals that are promising nationwide coverage in 2020.
Preventing damaging intrusions to increasingly comingled IT and operational technology (OT) domains is the goal of security product integrations announced this week by Tenable and Forescout Technologies. The growth of the IT/OT security segment mirrors convergence overall. Networks increasingly share data as new flows are established between connected IT devices, public and private cloud-based applications,… Read more →
The vendors say they have more than 50 communication service providers running live production mobile networks with Ericsson VNFs on VMware’s platform.
With the API, carriers will have a common access system for a diverse range of services, including how base stations function for 5G mobile systems.
Can applying NFV and SDN principles to a telco organization yield better results?
Charles Ferland, Lenovo Vice President and Manager discusses the company’s comprehensive, consolidated approach to CSP digital and network transformation.
But, the local operators will be the ones feeling the most pressure to match the world in 5G deployments.
What attendees can expect from Chinese equipment vendors Huawei and ZTE at MWC Barcelona following a year of international intrigue.