SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Feb. 22, 2019: Ericsson and Nokia take the offensive against carrier claims. Edge will be a big part of HPE and Samsung's partnership. Cisco's link to AWS could include Outposts.
The partners will jointly develop an edge-to-core vRAN product based on Samsung’s radio network technologies and system integration services and HPE’s new Edgeline server.
IHS Markit says hyperconverged infrastructure will grow from only 122,000 units shipped last year to more than 1 million units shipped by 2022.
The new group’s list of founding members reads like a who’s who of chipmakers, telecommunications companies, cloud providers, edge infrastructure vendors, and others.
The partnership gives HPE customers scale-out block and object storage. And it also moves Datera’s platform into more enterprise data centers.
While Cisco maintained its dominance in the enterprise infrastructure market, HPE beat out the vendor in the data center server segment of the market.
IoT software spending will total $154 billion in 2019 and see the fastest growth over the forecast period with a CAGR of 16.6 percent.
The technology is still in its infancy with only a handful of vendors shipping products. We expect to see more action in 2019.
While the government didn’t name the network providers, Reuters reports that HPE and IBM were among the compromised networks.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) once again came in No. 2, with 16.3 percent revenue share or $3.81 billion.
Also today HPE rolled out four new edge products as well as storage advances with machine learning built in.
The new product bundles software on top of HPE ProLiant DL rack servers for an open hybrid cloud platform.
InfoSight’s predictive capabilities also move the needle closer to enabling autonomous data centers.
The updates essentially allow enterprises to store data once, then copy it to an all-flash on-premises array, and send it to a public cloud for archiving or disaster recovery.
VMware ranked No. 2 in the HCI software vendor list while Dell remained the market leader for branded hyperconverged products.