They are mobile 5G, fixed wireless, and edge computing, and AT&T says it is building its networks to allow “LTE to work efficiently in parallel with 5G.”
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According to EdgeMicro, these proof-of-concept edge computing tests are the last step before deployment.
The new organization, co-led by Vodafone and IBM, will provide European companies with technologies that integrate and manage multiple clouds.
The testing included work on the functional components of the Wind River virtualization platform, including interoperability with Open Source MANO (OSM) orchestration.
Sprint takes the next step on its path toward the launch of 5G services in the first half of 2019, seemingly with or without T-Mobile.
The opening days of 2019 also saw Sophos purchase cloud security startup Avid Secure and Akamai Technologies reach a deal to acquire Janrain.
Equinix’s software-defined interconnection platform now has 13,000 virtual connections, according to CEO Charles Meyers.
The specific work is on developing a software platform for the RAN Intelligent Controller. That platform code will accelerate the deployment of open source software for the 5G radio access network.
The chip giant also unveiled 10nm silicon for data center servers and 5G wireless access base stations and at a CES 2019 news conference.
Alphabet’s share of network and IT capex beat the two top cloud providers Amazon and Microsoft for the 12-month period ending Q3 2018.
AT&T's launch of 5G services this week has taken the level of competition and snipping to a glorious new level showing that we are truly now entering the golden age of 5G.
The technology is still in its infancy with only a handful of vendors shipping products. We expect to see more action in 2019.
The Kubernetes project made a lot of progress in 2018 in terms of maturity, stability, and scalability, which helped drive M&A activity and a greater focus on security.
Oracle had previously tried to create its own SD-WAN technology, but it couldn’t get it to market fast enough for its customers.
The Chinese vendor beat out Cisco, Microsoft, and PTC for the top spot in the analyst firm's IoT Platform Vendor Scorecard.