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The telecom industry is more exciting than it’s been for years, and 5G is a big reason for that. But the collective aspirations of executives driving this leap in technology have taken things way too far.
The OpenStack Foundation needs to keep pushing innovation because the rest of the ecosystem is not letting up.
Google is saying we're OK with being your No. 2 choice — for now. While Amazon and Microsoft tout customers going all-in on AWS and Azure, Google embraces hybrid cloud.
The open source organization is tightening its embrace of Kubernetes, which could solidify its future or make it redundant.
Beyond recruitment and training, the security industry needs to retain talent. We need to take care of our security professionals, and this includes their mental health.
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The security landscape is essentially AI versus AI. May the best man, err, machine win.
5G was by far the biggest talking point at this year's MWC Barcelona event but Huawei did give it a run for its money.
Security should be a hot topic at MWC 2019. But will it?
We here at SDxCentral are also interested in hearing more about the importance of software, network infrastructure, and security in support of that 5G future.
The data center server vendor made several smart partnerships around HCI and cloud last year, and now it’s moving into edge and IoT.
SDxCentral is pleased to announce Dan Meyer has been promoted to editor in chief at SDxCentral. Read more in this post by CEO Matt Palmer.
AT&T's launch of 5G services this week has taken the level of competition and snipping to a glorious new level showing that we are truly now entering the golden age of 5G.
It's been more than a year since Cisco made a splash with its intent-based networking announcement. But the term seems to apply to everything from a bird's-eye-view to a worm's-eye-view.