Qualcomm board meets Broadcom; Google releases Beta test of its Cloud TPUs; Tech Mahindra and VMware partner.
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Qualcomm rejects Broadcom (again); ZTE releases first 5G network slicing solution; AT&T closes on its FiberTower acquisition.
AT&T to release its dNOS to Linux; Cisco buys BroadSoft; Aryaka and Radware team up.
Nokia opens a multi-cloud design center; VMware releases AWS Greengrass on vSphere; Qualcomm starts a 5G Initiative in China.
Comcast chooses AWS; Qualcomm puts up a fight against Broadcom; Maersk and IBM work with blockchain.
Huawei persists despite failures in U.S.; T-Mobile launches NB-IoT plan; Verizon acquires threat hunter.
The FCC's Ajit Pai cancels visit to CES; Elliot completes Gigamon purchase; InfoVista and Ericsson sign interoperability initiative.
Qualcomm rejects Broadcom board nominees; Ericsson, Vodafone complete pre-standard 5G test; CENX signs Open API Manifesto.
AWS opens its 17th global region; ZTE launches IoT Platform; Verizon opens 5G-enabled lab.
ETSI launches AR group; Canonical and Rancher Labs build joint platform; VeloCloud extends to AWS.
Hyperledger reaches 183 members; Azure adds location services; and AWS debuts new VR, IoT, and more at re:Invent.
Cisco throws $1B at smart cities; Ericsson files first 5G patent; AT&T gears up for the Super Bowl.
Telstra and Ericsson complete 5G data call; SoftBank increases stake in Sprint; Edgecore Networks contributes hardware for white box packet transponder to TIP.
CenturyLink closes on Level 3 for $34B; Microsoft Azure to triple its capacity in China; Telefonica Chile virtualizes its core network with Ericsson.
ZTE reports a nine-month net profit growth of 36.58 percent; ZeroStack extends its hardware support to Nutanix hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) hardware.