LF Edge announced the Edge Virtualization Engine (EVE) as a new open source project when it launched in January.
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Will new networking services and capabilities delivered by 5G lead to greater revenue for network operators? Dell and its telco customers sure hope so.
This trial decoupled hardware and software, which provides more flexibility in where computing operations can take place within the network and enables multi-access edge compute (MEC) and network slicing.
Discussions about the potential services and use cases to be enabled by 5G is an important effort, says Chris Pearson, president of 5G Americas.
MEF’s Dan Pitt on how the forum is accelerating the availability of automated, multi-technology services through the abstraction of lifecycle service orchestration.
MobiledgeX first announced its platform in February when it launched its first public edge network at six Deutsche Telekom sites in Germany.
Network operators and infrastructure vendors are reimagining their role in a 5G-powered future and are hopeful that new pathways and models will emerge from which they can gain more revenue.
The latest IoT Barometer from Vodafone finds that 52% of IoT adopters are considering using 5G connectivity.
Delegates from 32 countries this week gathered at a conference in Prague to address security concerns and discuss potential plans for securing 5G networks.
The tech giant announced several new Azure cloud services ahead of its annual Build developers’ conference next week.
The carrier is looking to the OSF's Kata container project to solve multi-tenancy concerns with Kubernetes running in Airship.
The agreement with Orange follows a 5G memorandum of understanding that Dell China signed with China Unicom last week.
The cloud provider has been easing its way into the blockchain market, but now customers can leverage Hyperledger (and soon Ethereum) to build blockchain-based networks and applications.
While the edge promises a lot of use cases and possibilities, open source groups need to find a way to operationalize and manage these devices to bring the use cases to fruition.
The distributed compute node capabilities allow users to run OpenStack in as little as one node at an edge location.