SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for October 12, 2018. Apple and Amazon deny they were the victims of an elaborate spying plan by the Chinese government.
By now the story and resulting controversy is as much about media credibility as it is about cyber — and national — security.
A Synergy Research Group report found that Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Apple, and Facebook accounted for 70 percent of total hyperscale capex.
Following concerns from Senator Marco Rubio (R-Florida) that American companies are not using their repatriated cash to invest in the American worker, we looked into what seven tech companies are planning to do with the billions they brought back.
Just two days after Giannandrea left Google, he was hired by Apple in a move to boost its AI-capabilities against competitors, including Google and Amazon.
Apple is promising $10 billion for new U.S. data centers.
The company believes 5G deployment is accelerating and R&D will be key.
Nick McKeown helped SnapRoute get off the ground.
The partnership will be back on track in 3 to 6 months.
Nokia will essentially become an Apple supplier.
The co-creator of Hadoop is a founder of Lattice.
The list includes Cisco, HPE, and Oracle.
A little bit of Apple culture couldn't hurt.
A likely topic of discussion will be the repatriation of offshore cash.
News flash: No one wakes up wanting to buy switches.