SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Feb. 1, 2019: Cisco expands its Application Centric Infrastructure into AWS and Azure, Vodafone pauses Huawei purchases, and Juniper's disappointing results.
The German telecom giant expressed fears that Europe could fall behind China and the U.S. by at least two years if governments ban Huawei over security concerns.
1&1 Drillisch confirms its intention to take part in Germany’s upcoming 5G spectrum auction in March.
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Jan. 25, 2019: Nutanix accuses VMware of bullying customers, AT&T details its 5G strategy, and Nokia poaches Vodafone's head of cloud.
The carrier said it will “pause” buying Huawei equipment for its core mobile networks in Europe while Western governments work to clear up security concerns.
This is the latest in a series of major changes at Vodafone, which just said goodbye to a number of executives and announced large real estate changes in the U.K.
The two operators agreed to a non-binding agreement and plan to build their own 5G networks in some cities.
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for January 18, 2019: Vodafone and IBM launch a multi-cloud joint venture, and AWS buys TSO Logic to help customers decide where to best run workloads.
The new organization, co-led by Vodafone and IBM, will provide European companies with technologies that integrate and manage multiple clouds.
Cisco’s SON technology works in multi-vendor deployments based on any combination of cellular technologies. It supports RAN nodes from any major vendor as well as multiple data-source vendors.
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for October 19, 2018. Ericsson's third quarter results get overshadowed by an ongoing corruption scandal.
Altiostar, Mavenir, and Parallel Wireless were picked by TIP’s OpenRAN project for having the most compliant platforms.
These devices will be open, disaggregated, interoperable, and supplier-neutral, and they target mobile operators’ 5G deployments.
Sept. 28, 2018 — CenturyLink takes SD-WAN global; Vodafone and China Mobile tap ONAP; and more.
Ericsson and Telstra extended the 3GPP standards-based limit for a long-range narrowband IoT data connections from 40 km to 100 km through software upgrades.