SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Dec. 7, 2018: Huawei deals with a new scandal, Symantec's shakeup continues, and more of what you missed this week.
In working with the ONF, Comcast is breaking with a long cable tradition of not sharing technology and innovation ideas with competitors.
The Linux Foundation project OpenChain is developing an overarching standard for creating a quality compliance program that companies can apply across the supply chain.
Achieving standard, commodity uCPEs will be a longer journey than anticipated.
Google's compute infrastructure is straining to keep up with data demands. The company is looking for "novel ways" to do more data processing. That might include cluster computing.
In 2019 the company will deploy these routers at several thousand towers to support its mobile 5G network.
A bunch of service providers from around the world are starting to implement ONAP code into their networks.
Cisco slashes jobs in new round of layoffs; what top Cisco executives make; and Germany joins in on Huawei bans.
Bill Walker, director of network architecture and innovation with CenturyLink, said there are three business cases for NFV. The worst business case is for new technology that is not directly revenue generating.
AT&T is at 63 percent of its goal to bring 75 percent of its networks under SDN control by 2020, according to AT&T CTO Andre Fuetsch.
At a recent investor conference both AT&T and Verizon said that 5G won’t have an impact on their revenues until at least 2020.
The latest update uses an in-house developed open source version of OpenStack that provides for more agility and a smaller footprint to support edge computing environments.
“We haven’t seen the full impact on our relationship with IBM,” said Canonical CEO Mark Shuttleworth. “IBM is still saying they want to work with us.”
The OpenStack Platform 14 update makes it easier to install and run OpenShift in that environment and to run Kubernetes-orchestrated containers on bare metal.
According to the OpenStack Foundation board the new strategy reflects the desire of OpenStack users. But Canonical’s CEO thinks it distracts from the group’s core mission.