The Google Cloud Platform Marketplace updates its previously launched Cloud Launcher service and offers applications that are tested and vetted to work on Kubernetes.
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It’s delivering a public-cloud management paradigm, which customers are familiar with, to on-premises workloads.
The hyperscale public cloud providers such as AWS have built network operating systems that are very simple and only have the features they need and nothing more, said IDC analyst Brad Casemore.
Its vision is to replace the hardware, software, and services that operators have traditionally gotten from telecom vendors such as Cisco and Dell EMC.
The program is intended to bring together open source products that can quickly be deployed by service providers.
The company also purchased a seven-story building in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin, which it is designating as its North American headquarters.
The expansion is in the form of a new 115,000-square foot building that can support up to 21 megawatts of capacity.
Empirix’s service assurance platform and analytics monitoring software underwent interoperability testing with Huawei's evolved packet core, and passed.
Under EQT’s ownership, SUSE will become a fully independent business. It has been operating as a semi-independent business of Micro Focus.
The trial used a Voyager device running a network operating system from Cumulus Networks, Zeetta Networks’ NetOS Software Defined Network orchestration, and architecture help from ADVA.
The company’s SDN technology was chosen by CoreSite Realty to help its customers connect to public and private clouds and to adjust bandwidth as needed.
Sarah Novotny, the head of open source strategy for Google Cloud Platform, will join The Linux Foundation board of directors.
For the second quarter in a row Dell Technologies’ brands ranked No. 1 in hyperconverged hardware and software sales.
Broadcast networks are increasingly moving to IP, and this gives them the opportunity to take advantage of a programmable forwarding plane.
It can be difficult to control radio frequency (RF) conditions, which can be impacted by some atmospheric conditions.