Exfo is onboarding its service assurance VNFs into the Amdocs NFV software and services portfolio, which is powered by ONAP.
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Both companies were focused on infrastructure, and yet there was very little overlap in their product lines.
Historically, SAP’s in-house team looked after its IT real estate, supported by a variety of different technology companies, including Verizon. But now, it’s sending more work Verizon’s way.
The company is a heavyweight in the Ethernet switch space but has room to make up in 5G and IoT.
Intel may be best known for its x86 server chips, but its growing silicon portfolio targets cloud and edge applications, as well as 5G.
The service mesh's 2.0 update is focused on easing deployment for service owners compared to other platforms like Istio.
“Because the developers love Stackpoint.io so much, after our testing I bought the company. It’s just that good,” said NetApp's Anthony Lye.
“I think we have an extremely strong hand when we look at competing against somebody like Arista in the campus and branch,” said Scott Harrell.
Distributed computing with Red Hat OpenStack Platform allows the Contrail Edge Cloud to remotely manage the lifecycle of compute nodes and virtual machines (VMs) from a centralized data center without requiring co-located OpenStack control plane...
The SDN company hired Cisco's Avinash Parwaney as VP of engineering.
Metamako provides 4 nanoseconds of latency, advancing the “race to zero.” The acquisition will boost Arista's product line targeted at financial services.
Barefoot says its Tofino chip is used for more than just “niche” applications, and the P4 programming language gives it gravitas.
The data center giant will pursue business opportunities in NFV, IoT, and 5G services, according to the new CEO.
T-Mobile is using Cisco’s virtualized packet core throughout its network today and will use it as it upgrades to a 5G packet core.
“If you asked me five years ago if I would be talking about open source I would have said you were crazy,” said Amy Wheelus, VP of Network Cloud at AT&T.