The FCC repeals net neutrality; Intel finds a way to monetize 5G; and AT&T closes on its Time Warner deal.
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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.
Google releases workflow creation beta; Deutsche Telekom puts 5G technology on German soil; HPE and Red Hat collaborate on containers.
Ericsson brings 5G to Italy; Cisco enhances its SAN offerings; NetFoundry and AWS team up on IoT.
Huawei enhances its storage platform; Orange and Siemens partner on industrial IoT; Equinix completes $804 million acquisition of Metronode.
Intel debuts cloud-ready mainframes; Telefónica completes 5G automated car demo; Sprint and T-Mobile renew merger talks.
Telefónica collaborates with Microsoft Azure on IoT; B.Yond joins the Linux Foundation Deep Learning Foundation; Openwave Mobility launched a 5G telco cloud database.
TM Forum and the Linux Foundation team up for APIs; Ericsson and Ambra Solutions build underground LTE network; Dell Technologies takes a step further to connected vehicles.
ETSI NFV and OPNFV co-locate their testing events; Telefónica and Huawei partner on big data; Canada jumps toward 5G standardization.
Riverbed rebrands itself and launches new platform; GTT expands into Canada; resin.io adds multicontainer support.
Telefónica and China Unicom enter IoT agreement; The Pentagon slashes deal with AWS partner; Dropbox leverages Equinix.