Oracle open sources protocol for machine learning models; IEEE publishes new fog computing standards; and Cohesity achieves AWS storage competency.
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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.
Apple snubs Intel's 5G modem for its next-gen iPhone; ZTE names a new CEO; Ericsson opens a 5G lab in Delhi, India; InterDigital shows a 5G control plane.
Tintri continues to dissolve, slashes employees; AT&T buys AppNexus for $1.6 billion; Microsoft Azure IoT Edge is open sourced on GitHub.
ZTE stock sinks after U.S. Senate bill; T-Mobile and Sprint advance their proposed merger; and VMware works with the U.S. government and public sector.
The FCC repeals net neutrality; Intel finds a way to monetize 5G; and AT&T closes on its Time Warner deal.
Verizon debuts software-defined secure branch; Microsoft takes data centers underwater; and T-Mobile, Nokia complete 5G data session.
Linux Foundation offers free course on open source networking; Apstra, Dell EMC, and Awnix deploy OpenSwitch
Intel and WindRiver contribute code to the OpenStack project; ETSI Open Source MANO issues Release Four; Samsung creates new silicon technology for high-performance computing.
Red Hat enhances its virtualization game; HPE releases AI and ML suite for telcos; CA Technologies gets stamp of approval from U.S. Department of Defense.
Oracle spreads AI across the cloud; Nokia makes successful 5G call in France; Cisco completes $270 million purchase of AI company.