Samsung buys an AI firm; AWS publishes an SLA for serverless computing; Oracle boosts Health Sciences Cloud with acquisition.
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CenturyLink becomes an expert Microsoft Azure MSP; Huawei debuts a series of AI chips; Google releases its alert center for security threats.
Dell Technologies applies to list shares on NYSE; AT&T names new preliminary 5G markets; Google launches tools for its Kubernetes Engine.
Vasona Networks gets purchased by ZephyrTel; Kubernetes releases its newest version; and news out of Microsoft Ignite.
Dell EMC brings hardware production in-house, dumps Celestica; Microsoft buys AI firm Lob; and Deutsche Telekom makes updates to Bavaria mobile network.
Microsoft introduces Azure DevOps; OpenDaylight releases Fluorine ; and Sprint and Nokia collaborate on 5G.
Telefónica taps Netcracker for BSS; Cisco launches hybrid cloud platform for Google Cloud; China considers a merger of its three wireless carriers.
Vodafone Idea becomes the largest mobile operator in India; CenturyLink and VMware launch an IT partner program; AWS released its relational database service on VMware.
Red Hat unveils infrastructure migration for containers; AT&T completes its AlienVault acquisition; BT, TIP, and Facebook launch a startup competition.
Oracle open sources protocol for machine learning models; IEEE publishes new fog computing standards; and Cohesity achieves AWS storage competency.
Oracle debuts another autonomous database cloud service; Facebook open sources its transport layer security library; and AWS rolls out serverless option for Amazon Aurora.
Huawei's first half of 2018 revenues increased 15 percent year over year; Harbor joins CNCF; Linux Foundation and Hyperledger continue to grow.
Ericsson and Singtel set to launch Singapore 5G pilot this year; Dell EMC Unity gets an update; Teneo uses Riverbed tech for monitoring.
Swim secures $10 million; the three major South Korean mobile operators will work together on 5G; GE and Microsoft partner on industrial IoT.
The U.S. Justice Department appeals the AT&T-Time Warner merger; Tintri files for bankruptcy in the U.S., shutters in Europe; Ericsson divests Swedish field services operation.