News of Note—AT&T, Intel, Verizon and more

news of note

> AT&T has come up with the concept of the Open Architecture for a Disaggregated Network Operating System, or dNOS, as part of moving towards white box routers and other hardware. SDxCentral article

> Intel issued an advisory on Monday, saying the Management Engine feature in its chips could be compromised by attackers, after cybersecurity researchers reported the flaw to the company. Wired article

> A Verizon Innovative Learning program will enable more than 8,000 high school students to develop technology-driven solutions for small business owners in their local communities. Release

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> A J.D. Power survey shows that consumers are offering mixed reviews on wireless routers. Telecompetitor article

> A new BICS Report reveals how the decline in legacy services will be countered by the increase in next-generation services and the huge potential of the IoT and the cloud. Release

 

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