Sherlock, a cloud-based platform-as-a-service, will target IoT use cases and verticals including retail, manufacturing, health care, and oil and gas.
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The operator’s latest open source project named OnLife tackles multi-access edge computing and other 5G use cases, using CORD-like software.
Contrail Enterprise Multi-Cloud focuses on the data center as part of Juniper's overall strategy to help enterprises deal with multiple clouds.
These three initiatives are all focused on virtualizing the RAN, and some of the same companies belong to all three groups. But why are there three?
Juniper Networks will be one of the biggest consumers of Tungsten Fabric, but the name change helps distinguish it from Contrail.
The platform is increasingly popping up in conversations tied to the orchestration and management of containers in a production environment.
Bare metal switch revenue was up 60 percent year-over-year in the fourth quarter of 2017. And it’s projected to reach $3.6 billion in 2022, with cloud deployments as the primary driver.
AOS is the first automation software in the Yahoo Japan data center that it didn’t build itself.
ZTE has its own customized NFVi layer built on OpenStack.
Cisco and VMware change the SD-WAN playing field.
Resource savings with containers is pegged at around 40 percent.
Intel seems to be involved in just about every vRAN group and partnership out there.
Virtualizing the RAN is a lofty goal.
The current Cisco-Viptela SD-WAN platform is much preferred to the previous Cisco IWAN service.
VMware also plans to integrate container management into its telco NFV platform.