ZTE releases a cybersecurity statement; Microsoft wins $1.76M contract with the DoD; CenturyLink opens security center in Singapore.
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AWS purchases a disaster recovery startup; Synchronoss and TBSCASoft build blockchain for telecom operators; Red Hat releases a new version of its enterprise workflow framework.
AT&T sells off its data center colocation assets; Cloudera completes merge with Hortonworks; NTT Com's 2019 transformation.
Google Cloud acquires DevOps Research and Assessment (DORA); Telecom Italia (TIM), Qualcomm, and Ericsson successfully complete a live video call using 5G mmWave spectrum; AT&T offers new security service.
Amazon Web Services opens in Sweden; Apple expands across the US; and the Hyperledger project expands its membership.
Sprint names its first 5G markets for 2019; Telco Systems and Arm work on uCPE; and IBM sells software assets to HCL Technologies for $1.8 billion.
Google Cloud lands in Hong Kong; Infinera adds optical network to its open line system; and plenty of news from AWS re:Invent.
Cisco acquires software provider Ensoft; AWS expands language processing service and Snowball; and the LF Networking Fund grows its membership.
AWS adds new infrastructure regions; The Linux Foundation launches a lab for SDN projects; ZTE contributes 5G patents to ETSI.
Docker containerizes Windows Server 2008; Rumors fly that Thoma Bravo will buy Symantec; CommScope buys Arris.
Qualys buys Layered Insight for container-native security; Microsoft and Nasdaq partner on blockchain; Resin.io renames as balena, releases core platform.
Microsoft completes GitHub purchase; Verizon names its fifth 5G city; Nokia and Samsung extend patent license agreement.
Samsung buys an AI firm; AWS publishes an SLA for serverless computing; Oracle boosts Health Sciences Cloud with acquisition.
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.