In a year when security startups are raising hundreds of millions in initial public offerings — including Cylance competitor Carbon Black that scored $152 million in its May IPO — it was widely assumed Cylance would follow suit.
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Dish says it is building a neutral-host 5G network that customers can rent space on to deliver different types of services.
The platform minimizes the need for cloud resources to power edge devices by turning ordinary devices, like a mobile phone, into a mini cloud server.
CEO Borje Ekholm said that the company’s turnaround strategy is working. Ericsson increased its sales goals by $2 billion for 2020.
The company will use Ericsson NB-IoT equipment and SBA Communications’ towers for the first phase of its 5G network, which it says will be done in March 2020.
Cisco developed a four-step model for IT operations maturity showing where organizations are now and where they would like to be in two years.
The company also enhanced its Predix edge capabilities to include analytics and device management.
“Our goal is to bring a full software layer down to the lowest edge layer possible and to make building for the edge as easy as building for the cloud,” says CEO Kilton Hopkins.
The telecom giants will invest a like amount in DT's MobiledgeX edge computing subsidiary and SK's partner ID Quantique, which uses quantum physics to secure communication transmissions.
The company currently supports 50 services at the FedRAMP Moderate level with plans to push that to the FedRAMP High level by year-end.
The company views WiFi as instrumental in providing the necessary in-building coverage and capacity for 5G deployments.
The Workbench product is a desktop development tool that now uses Microsoft Visual Studio Code for direct access to device programming.
Paired with the P4 programming language, Barefoot’s Tofino chip gives users the freedom to design what the chip can do.
Ericsson and Telstra extended the 3GPP standards-based limit for a long-range narrowband IoT data connections from 40 km to 100 km through software upgrades.
The Kubernetes IoT Edge Working Group is looking to see how far it can push the centralized Kubernetes platform out into the distributed edge and IoT ecosystem.