News of Note—Canonical co-founder calls out VMware; Intermedia picks Bigleaf as its SD-WAN vendor; Masergy adds more features to SD-WAN offering

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Masergy is giving its customers more control over their SD-WAN services. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> During Tuesday's opening keynote address at the OpenStack Summit, Canonical co-founder Mark Shuttleworth called out competitor VMware for being too costly. ComputerWeekly.com article

> Intermedia, which is a cloud communications provider for businesses, has picked Bigleaf Networks as its preferred SD-WAN vendor. Release

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> Masergy has added new features, including bandwidth on demand, to its managed SD-WAN offering in order to give customers more control. SDcCentral article

> President Donald Trump has mentioned imposing fines and replacing ZTE's management team as concessions for lifting the U.S.-imposed sanctions. Reuters article

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