October 26, 2018
Plus, Bell Canada Selects Cisco’s Viptela SD-WAN for Its VNS Platform; Arista Updates to 400G; Trump Administration Wants a 5G Policy
Nokia will cut thousands of jobs as part of a major restructuring it hopes will cut $800 million in operating costs by 2020. Bell Canada picked Cisco’s Viptela SD-WAN platform as the first service to be offered on its newly launched Virtual Network Services (VNS) Platform. Arista Networks launched a new switching line that support 400 Gigabit Ethernet. The Trump administration is pushing for a national 5G spectrum policy.
Nokia Will Cut Thousands of Jobs Amid 5G Transformation
Cisco’s Viptela SD-WAN Is the First VNF on Bell Canada’s VNS
Arista Networks Introduces 400 Gigabit Ethernet Platforms
Trump Wants a National 5G Spectrum Policy