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Some expect the open source M&A wave to hit its apex next year. I say "why wait?"
If IBM does what it says it’s going to do with the assets, then it becomes a more formidable competitor against Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure.
The company’s got about a year to turn around its Oracle cloud business if it’s going to meet its lofty goals.
Some in attendance at the computing giant's Ignite event thought that Azure innovation was lacking and that Google was a stronger long-term rival to AWS.
Network virtualization has primarily focused on software. But now there’s interest in the lower layers of the network: commodity hardware and the silicon that drives the hardware.
The operator’s upcoming fixed 5G wireless service launch will likely face some significant challenges in terms of coverage, return on investment, and scalability.
The RISC-V initiative is creating a free and open instruction set architecture for the next generation of chipsets.
I lived through the 3G and 4G hype but I don’t remember the breadth of hype being quite as insane as it is for 5G.
There seem to be a lot more European vendors, emerging from anonymity, that are having success in network virtualization.
The Knative GitHub page begins with a pronunciation guide because no one understands how to pronounce the platform's name.
The rise of Kubernetes has made containers a “have to have” at least in terms of future cloud plans, and serverless has quickly taken on the role of promising up-start.
Every day there’s another company touting its “edge” product. Let’s start to separate the hype from reality.
Deutsche Telekom joins The Linux Foundation.
By elevating Vestberg to CEO, Verizon is signaling how important the network and the underlying technology is to the future of the operator’s business.