China Unicom will leverage the cloud prowess of Alibaba to offer cloud and IT services for government and enterprises as Google potentially makes a play to take cloud share from Alibaba in China.
The layoffs will target about 900 employees and are part of a larger restructuring plan to save about $115 million annually.
The satellite firm’s plans are in two phases. Phase one will be a NB-IoT network. Phase 2 will be a standalone 5G network.
The rise of Kubernetes has made containers a “have to have” at least in terms of future cloud plans, and serverless has quickly taken on the role of promising up-start.
In the first half of 2018, Spirent boasted a number of 5G development wins and partnerships, including one with China Mobile.
At first blush, a WiFi acquisition seems a little far afield for a data center switching company. And Jefferies analyst George Notter expressed that same sentiment. But Arista makes a good argument for it.
Adobe, Siemens, VMware, and Autodesk, are some of Frame’s customers using the infrastructure-agnostic platform to deliver apps from the cloud.
The data aggregation platform provider jumped in early on using microservices but found scaling and monitoring challenges actually hurt productivity.
Inadequate container security is increasingly leading to strikes related to ransomware, cryptomining, data theft, and service disruption attacks.
Huawei's first half of 2018 revenues increased 15 percent year over year; Harbor joins CNCF; Linux Foundation and Hyperledger continue to grow.
The company says the Pelion IoT Platform “definitely complements our chip design business.”
The security company’s impressive growth results boosted its stock and put it on track to beat its previous closing high.
When the hybrid cloud product, based on Kubernetes, launches this month it will face stiff competition from other similar services, including Google’s own GKE On-Prem.
Both carriers remain committed to spending billions on their respective 5G deployments.
Adding insult to injury, Amazon’s foray into data center technology poses a competitive threat to Oracle.
The SD-WAN newcomer believes that high quality connections in the middle mile — between data centers and clouds — will be a key component of future networks.
Acquiring the two-factor authentication startup boosts Cisco’s cloud security portfolio and its intent-based networking strategy.
Inocybe’s SDN controller will run on Kontron white-box hardware. And Kontron also gets Inocybe’s enterprise customer base.
The worldwide IaaS market grew 29.5 percent in 2017 to total $23.5 billion, up from $18.2 billion in 2016, according to Gartner.
Nutanix President Sudheesh Nair exits to become CEO of a startup; CenturyLink's VP of SDN leaves; Ariel Dan promoted to Cloudify CEO.